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Is SuperFast 2.0 Driver Suitable to You? 
By delia on Sep 20, 2012 07:38 AM
There are many high-performance drivers on the market. It is rather important to find the one that performs best with your individual swing. How about TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Driver?

TaylorMade claims that the Superfast 2.0 has "the largest sweet spot of any TayorMade driver" and is also the lightest driver the company has ever produced. The low weight of the club will enable you to increase swing speed for greater distance, while the larger sweet spot will increase the chance of your mishits ending up in the fairway.

The TaylorMade Burner SuperFast Driver offers exceptional distance with extremely light weight. The aggressive head shape features drag-reducing geometry on the sole with a tapered back end for faster overall swing speeds which translates to more distance off the tee. Ultra-thin Wall technology on the inside reduces the wall thickness in the clubhead to allow for a larger face up front.

TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 has a slighter larger face and weighs 5 grams less than the original SuperFast, for improved distance on off-center hits. The face of the new SuperFast, which measures 4,550 square millimeters, is bigger than last year's model.

The sweet spot is further expanded thanks to the presence of TaylorMade's Inverted Cone Technology, which is milled in the back of the club face. Also present is precise weighting that promotes a bit of draw bias, though the face angle measures up to square/neutral.

In fact, it's the biggest face TaylorMade has ever built for a TaylorMade SuperFast 2.0 Driver. This creates the biggest face on any TaylorMade Driver which gives you a larger hitting area with a larger sweet spot for more forgiveness. It is more suitable for those with higher handicaps.

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