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Thread: TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 & TP Driver Review Thread

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    The TPs are open faced toe weighted, so like an open faced draw biased driver
    Quote Originally Posted by OEM Kevin View Post
    Is the only difference the shaft this year on the TP's or are the TP's 3* open again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thainer21 View Post
    Bridges got the hookups?
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    Just make sure it doesn't say 'Suprefast' That would suck
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    Wow, before release huh? THat is awesome.
    Haha oops, I'm an idiot. I thought they came out 2/4, no I have no hook ups, looks like it will be end of march before I get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GolferGal View Post
    Exactly! Here is another picture maybe it shows it better. I like the red coloring better.

    Thanks GG. That's what I thought, but couldn't be sure.
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    This is a good look at both drivers from TM's site. Shape is a little different but not much.


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    White wins! I like the less 'tail' look

    Quote Originally Posted by OEM Kevin View Post
    This is a good look at both drivers from TM's site. Shape is a little different but not much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thainer21 View Post
    The TPs are open faced toe weighted, so like an open faced draw biased driver
    The Superfast 2.0 TP is only open 1* so I wouldn't let that scare me off I liked the shaft better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanks View Post
    White wins! I like the less 'tail' look
    Yeah me too.

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    They said they were trying to make the TP more for everyone. So I guess the toeweighted counteracts that.
    Quote Originally Posted by MSB256 View Post
    The Superfast 2.0 TP is only open 1* so I wouldn't let that scare me off I liked the shaft better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thainer21 View Post
    They said they were trying to make the TP more for everyone. So I guess the toeweighted counteracts that.
    Perhaps, and I just said that because last year I wanted the Superfast TP but was a little nervous about it being open. Then I got it and loved it. So I'm just saying when people hear that it's open, don't forget that it's just 1* and give it a chance.
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    But being 1* open on a 300 yard drive can be like 15 yards off line

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    assuming one can hit it 300
    Quote Originally Posted by Thainer21 View Post
    But being 1* open on a 300 yard drive can be like 15 yards off line
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thainer21 View Post
    But being 1* open on a 300 yard drive can be like 15 yards off line
    And if that happens, that's fine. I'm just saying I was concerned about having an open driver as well but when I bought it, I loved it. The original Superfast with high launch and high spin didn't sound good, but the TP with lower spin sounded great. So although I was worried about the open face it hasn't affected my drivers.

    All I'm saying is not to let that scare you off from trying it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thainer21 View Post
    The TPs are open faced toe weighted, so like an open faced draw biased driver
    Actually, I'm pretty sure that toe weighted clubs promote a fade bias, because having extra weight in the toe makes it more difficult to close the club face at impact.

    Generally, really good players like to have a club that allows them to release hard at impact which the extra weight allows without hitting massive duck hooks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by golf4life View Post
    Actually, I'm pretty sure that toe weighted clubs promote a fade bias, because having extra weight in the toe makes it more difficult to close the club face at impact.

    Generally, really good players like to have a club that allows them to release hard at impact which the extra weight allows without hitting massive duck hooks.
    This is what I always thought too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by golf4life View Post
    Actually, I'm pretty sure that toe weighted clubs promote a fade bias, because having extra weight in the toe makes it more difficult to close the club face at impact.

    Generally, really good players like to have a club that allows them to release hard at impact which the extra weight allows without hitting massive duck hooks.
    If im not mistaken, at impact, the heavy end reacts less to the impact and keeps the clubface closing at impact. I could be completely misunderstood.

    The TP isnt made for really good players, its made for a different type of swing.

    EDIT: I guess I am misunderstood.

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