The 460cc head of the Burner SuperFast of brand golf club sets is sleeker and more aerodynamic than the previous Burner driver, allowing it to slip through the air more efficiently and help you swing the club faster. At the same time, the face of the SuperFast is the largest TaylorMade has ever produced, which should help maintain ball speed across a larger hitting area and increase forgiveness.
As 4500 square millimetres the TaylorMade Burner SuperFast golf driver has the largest clubface of any TaylorMade driver giving the average player a much larger face to strike the ball with. The new bulge and roll design works with TaylorMade’s much admired Inverted Cone Technology to ensure that distance and forgiveness survive even off centre hits. TaylorMade have also introduced a longer, lighter Matrix Ozik XCon 4.8 shaft.
However there is a downside to all this in that the shot dispersion is likely to be wider than the R9 driver range as the longer shaft will be harder to control. TaylorMade say that is OK as the feedback they got from the market was that amateurs wanted distance over accuracy and were quite happy to play from the semi-rough a bit further down the fairway. To help with this, the Burner Superfast driver also has cheap TaylorMade Burner SuperFast Driver's largest face they have ever made on a driver and combined with the inverted cone technology, the extra forgiveness does well to keep the ball on the straight and narrow.