Review: TaylorMade Men’s AeroBurner Fairway Wood
TaylorMade Men’s AeroBurner Fairway Wood is a unique premium quality right-hand design and aerodynamic shape golf gear that features a high-strength, shallow-face Ni-Co 300 super-alloy with raised center crown, and new hosel fin – all designed to reduce drag, and enhance faster swing speeds.
The aesthetically pleasing aerodynamic shape and overall design make AeroBurner Fairway Wood perform exceptionally well in tight or sand lies.
You will particularly love how this fairway wood’s design enhances your performance by helping to efficiently convert off-center hits, and maintain straight shots and a reliable performance in a very consistent manner.
Its unique construction and wider face angle of the Ni-Co 300 super alloy offer incredible customization options to suit your golfing style; great for long distances and accurate shots.
Specifically designed for pro golf players, beginners and improvers alike, its stylishly adorned black PVD face with the matte white finish, crown graphic, and amazing performance make this affordable and unique golf gear a must-have, and a perfect gift item!
It was a cold and rainy day when I got my hands on the TaylorMade Men’s AeroBurner Fairway Wood. Upon picking it up, I was impressed by how light it felt in my hands, and how solid it was even with a number of weight inserts and shafts.
That being said, I am a novice golfer at best, so my curiosity about this fairway wood was about what would it offer to my game. The fairway wood in particular was my target, since I am not much of a natural hitter, and it would be interesting to see how I would perform with a fairway wood than what I currently use, the TaylorMade M1 Hybrid.
I have always wanted to play off the tee like an amateur, so learning to work the fairway wood down was a great first step.
TaylorMade Men’s AeroBurner Fairway Wood is primarily made up of five key technologies: 2.
This plastic-bodied club has a more traditional, classic look on the tee with its textured gray side panels and black crown.
The smooth outer head of this club also provides for plenty of forgiveness, while the decently stiffed 35-gram insert makes it easy to control during your swing.
The adjustable-height sole allows you to hit the golf ball low and straight for longer drives, while the coarse grip at the 4-7 position enhances feel for your swing and better traction on the turf.
The combined weight of the 4-way hosel makes for a strong, stable feel on the club face. Performance Of course, that promising performance comes with its own benefits.
Price and Availability
The TaylorMade AeroBurner Fairway Wood is available at many online golf retailers, and you can get it at a price ranging from $199.95 to $239.95.
There is no doubt that the Fairway Burner is one of the most efficient drives on the market today. It features a ball speed of 460 feet per second and produces more than twice the distance of the average driver.
What sets the Men’s AeroBurner apart from the other fairway woods, especially from the larger line of TaylorMade drivers, is the compact design and the new, efficient AeroBurner Foam Core Technology.
TaylorMade has made use of the golf swing of golfers like Dustin Johnson and Justin Rose, who have made careers off the fairway and have used the company’s metalwoods for most of their success. This is especially important when you are looking for a performance driver to buy that will last you for years of competition.
Works great as a driver or fairway wood Constructed using carbon fibre Convenient flat face design for consistent sound and spin Ensures great distance and versatility Will save you more money than the rest of the fairway woods on the market Simple, but distinctive design Cons Tend to slide off the fairway if the shot is not hit hard enough Fairway Woods aren’t for everyone Fairway Woods are designed to be driven by the lower end of your skill level Fairway Woods are the most under-utilised, yet under
-appreciated piece of the golf equipment kit – mainly due to their cost.
However, with the new TaylorMade Men’s AeroBurner Fairway Wood , you can finally go with a premium fairway woods that will help you cut your greenside trips short.
It’s a little heavier than other fairway woods in this price range. There’s no discount for buying a set (because it’s an option, but not a required one). 5. Titleist 818 H1 (Medium)
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Cons It’s a bit narrower and shorter than other woods in this price range. Takes up less room in the golf bag. 6. TaylorMade C-Tec 2.0 (Medium)
Pros: Grip material is built to withstand the wear and tear of the golf course Leaves no chips No weight loft difference (but comes standard at 13.5°)
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