Used 5 Wood Steel Shaft TaylorMade Burner Fairway Wood
I was in the market to buy some current technology for fairway woods. I was already using the Taylor Made R7 driver which I enjoy hitting. I figured the fairway woods would perform the same. (Golf Digest rated this club good) I am not disappointed with the 3 and 5 woods and have found I hit the ball well with this club (straight when I want to and draw/fade when I need to). Very forgiving and nice weight to the clubs. I play +/-6 times a year for charity and buddy outings and found used clubs with current technology work fine for me. The only recommendation I would make is to go ahead with the Rflex shaft or something like that for the woods just so you don't have to swing as fast to generate the same distance. If you play a lot (or a good/average 80-100 golfer) I doubt the difference in steel shaft and graphite make that big of difference. No vibration or bad feelings with this club and would highly recommend to anyone who has a good game and needs the extra club for the long holes. The design on the top of the head is a little distracting so if you have a hard time keeping your eye on the ball you may consider a different wood with a solid color head.
Any new fairway woods with good reviews will play well if you have a good swing so go out and hit those balls and remember it never rains on a golf course!
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This club rocks!
This 7wood is easily my favorite club. If you can't hit this club far, high, and straight then you should give it up... Seriously forgiving and beautiful. The sole of the club is a little busy looking, but at address it is simple. The shape of the head is confidence inspiring. For such a forgiving FW, it is quite workable as well. Recommended for all skill levels. Did I mention that I love this club? Yeah, get one.
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I play a different brand of irons but truley belive Taylor woods are the best on the market. This taylor 3 wood is designed so well its like hitting a utility club but with 3 wood distance. I had a senior shaft in my purchase which has required me to slow my swing down a bit but the results are great. I can shape the shot and get 12 to 15 additional yards. Slowing my swing down has been a benifit with my irons as well. After buying this 3 wood I was impressed enough to purchase the Taylor Driver and 19 degree utility club and have great confidence in both. I'm 60 years old, carry a 7 handicap and have probably purchased and played a dozen different types of club in my 40 years of golf. I think these Taylors will be the last woods I'll need to buy. Hope this review helps any and all fellow golfers.
Taylormade Burner 5 Wood
The Taylormade Burner woods are one of the best fairway metals I have hit. They work well in thick lies and well on tight lies. The club has a sold feel when struck and provides me with plenty of distance and accuracy. You can't go wrong with this club!
TAYLOR MADE BURNER FAIRWAY WOOD
ANYONE WHO PLAYS GOLF KNOWS ABOUT THE TAYLOR MADE BRAND. THE BURNER LINE OF FAIRWAY WOODS AND RESCUE CLUBS (THEY WERE THE ORIGINALS) IS ABSOLUTELY THE EASIEST FAIRWAY WOOD TO HIT. THEY ARE COMFORTABLE AT ADDRESS AND HAVE A VERY WELL BALANCED HEAD-TO-SHAFT WEIGHTING THAT GETS THE BALL AIRBORNE AND ON THE CORRECT LINE OF FLIGHT TO THE TARGET. EBAY PRESENTS A MEANS TO BEAT THE REGULAR RETAIL PRICING ON THE CLUBS, TOO. BARGAINS ARE AVAILABLE; ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS BE PATIENT AND KEEP A WATCH ON THE CLUB THAT YOU HAVE IN MIND.
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