The TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 fairway wood features a white head and comes in 4 lofts from 15 to 21 degrees. In addition to the colour the first thing you notice is the size of the clubhead which has a large footprint, generating lots of confidence. The head is rounder and deeper than the R11 fairway and the centre of gravity has been moved lower and deeper for a higher launch, but the trajectory was still very good and it did not balloon up in the air.
We like oversized fairway woods and at address the Burner Superfast 2.0 fairway sat beautifully behind the ball and the face looked reasonably square for this type of club so we think all players could use this. The sound and feel was excellent and the tacky grip in particular helps the lovely feel from this club so we would recommend trying this out.
For better players there is also a TP version of the Burner Superfast 2.0 fairway which comes in 13 and a half, 15 and 18 degree versions with a toe weight and like the TP driver has a slightly more open face and a fixed toe weight to create a neutral or fade bias for better players.
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TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 Fairway Wood - Product Details
Such a great club. Had the MX700 3-wood which was nice and springy off the face but decided on a change. What a change it was. So light and easy to strike and goes a very long way, without striking it well. You can put all your power into it and still stike it well. Sits really nicely and goes MILES! It's a must buy!
To me, the TaylorMade Superfast 2.0 fairway is a modern take on the fairway woods of the late 1990s. The white, lightweight head combines with an oversized, more rounded look to produce a club that is built for distance. As a low-handicapper I preferred the R11's workability, but the Superfast 2.0 was incredible off the tee. A long, piercing ball flight that could change many golfer's decision to hit driver 14 times a round. It is a simple, well put together club that is well worth a try.
The white clubhead on the TM Burner Superfast 2.0 fairways sits well behind the ball and for me looked good. Having hit the driver I was slightly disappointed by the performance and struggled to get consistency in flight and distance. Despite that they are still good clubs and give the impression that they will seriously perform for people who click with them.
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“One of the most forgiving woods, ideal off the tee” – September 2011