TaylorMade Burner Driver Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4.7 out of 5
  • RRP £219.00

What we say...

Everything about the TaylorMade Burner has been designed for speed, from the lightweight shaft and grip to the shape of the head, to allow for a faster swing and therefore more distance. 

With an average carry of 299 yards in our pro’s hands, you can see it’s a powerful proposition, and if your game evolves around hitting long drives, then by all means give this model a try.

If, on the other hand, you like hitting fairways and making a score, we reckon the Burner’s long shaft might give the everyday golfer some consistency issues.

With the highest MOI allowed by the game’s authorities, the bullet-shaped Burner is exceptionally long thanks to a SuperFast shaft that’s longer than standard.

TaylorMade redesigned their Burner Driver with a super-stable, high Moment of Inertia head shape design, combined with Inverted Cone Technology for greater forgiveness and more consistent distance on off-centre hits.

The new TaylorMade Burner Driver utilises next generation Dual Crown Technology incorporating a dual crown and large powerbase to promote a lower centre of gravity in the clubhead for a higher launch and lower spin to increase the distance of your drives.


Contact: 0800 389 4292
Web: www.taylormadegolf.com
Lofts: 9.5°, 10.5°, 13°

Product Information

Left Handed available
Custom-Fit availableYes
Grip Type
Head Size460cc

Your Reviews

Taylormade Drivers User Reviews

  • 5 out of 5 Taylor Made Burner Driver

    By DelC

    I bought one of these after one of my friends, who had alway been shorter than me off the tee, started belting the ball 30 yards past me after he bought one.  I borrowed it and found that it was both longer and straighter than the Callaway Diablo driver I was using. I therefore went and purchased a 10.5 degree one from American Golf at the discounted price of £119. I agree with the other reviewers that the shaft is too long and I generally grip down a bit, which makes the club more controllable. If there is a long open hole I can go to the end of the grip and belt the ball miles (for me anyway). You have to keep the swing slow and smooth to achieve this. The other issue is that this driver won't fit across the boot of my medium sized car when in my golf bag, which is a slight inconvenience. Overall I am delighted with this driver, particularly at the discounted price I paid for it. 

  • 5 out of 5 Taylormade Burner

    By gazza123

    Tried this after my friend recommended it. As soon as I tried it I was amazed! This club hits it miles!

  • 5 out of 5 taylormade burner

    By valboskie

    ive had my burner about 6 months now and had it custom fitted at world of golf this is the first club that ive had fitted for me and the burner is amazing it is long and straight and gives a great ball flight i tried the yonex nano speed i ping g10 and the hi bore xls and on the launch monitor the burner out performed them all,i would recomend this driver to anyone who wants to hit the ball a long way and it sounds great as well a nice bonus

  • 4 out of 5 T.M Burner

    By silverback39

    Like Stich said a while ago, takes a couple of rounds to get used to. But then.. MY GOD !! Really Long ! Really Straight ! Excellent !

  • 4 out of 5 T.M Burner

    By silverback39

    Like Stich said a while ago, takes a couple of rounds to get used to. But then.. MY GOD !! Really Long ! Really Straight ! Excellent !

  • 5 out of 5 Brilliant!

    By Lewis E

    I've had this club for about six months now and it's been the best club in the bag by a long way! I have the HT loft reg shaft that launches high and goes miles!

  • 5 out of 5 Please Buy

    By Beattiegf

    Invested in a 10.5 reg shaft version and it's the single best thing I've ever done. It's so forgiving, good selection for a wide range of abilities and the distance is incredible. With the new version about to be released, you could pick this up quite cheep so from low to high handicappers you should really give this a try.

  • 5 out of 5 Taylor Made Burner Driver

    By jfsc

    I had been using a 9.5 degree stiff shaft R7. When I hit it, it flew off the face of the club but more often than not, I missed fairway after fairway. It's no fun hitting out sideways or been forced to lay up due to bad lies in the rough. I now have the 10.5 regular shaft Burner and am hitting more fairways. I tend to hit it left to right with the Burner but by hitting more fairways, I can concentrate more on other parts of my game. Recommended.

  • 4 out of 5 Burn out

    By alan27

    You won't pick this up and rip it down the fairway unless you already hit a decent shaped drive. But hit it right and you'll knock it 300+ yards, hit it wrong and you'll knock it 290 yards..... into the woods, water whatever. Immense in the right hands but can cause mayhem in the wrong ones.