TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver Review

TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver Review
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AeroBurner Driver

First, the driver which is presented in a new matte white pearl paint and uses a black PVD face to provide contrast and help in alignment.

The driver’s biggest advancement is its new Speed Pocket which is twice as big as the JetSpeed (which was the first driver to feature the technology). However, unlike JetSpeed, AeroBurner drivers do not have loft sleeve technology which offers loft and lie adjustability. This allowed company engineers to extend the length of the Speed Pocket across the entire sole for maximum performance.

The AeroBurner driver also features Inverted Cone, a technology used in every TaylorMade driver since the R500 Series in 2002. The Inverted Cone milled into the inner side of the clubface promotes higher ball speed on off-centre hits.

Finally, the AeroBurner driver features an ultra-light 50-gram Matrix Speed Rul-Z shaft. The longer, lighter shaft and light grip adds up to less than 300 grams of total club weight, promoting faster swing speed.
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HighSpinSwingSpeed says:

Those hooks would be in the houses on most courses.

Allan Butler says:

Think i see the JPX 850 driver there in the back ground come on Rick lets get that review done ASAP please…. 

Gators are Succulent says:

It comes in black too

sharkhark says:

Reminds me of the old burner drivers. Extra long shafts. Incredible distance. Huge uncontrollable hooks. Not my cup of tea

jumpmanDOM says:

I don’t know if you just started wearing it or if I’ve just never noticed but I see that Ping glove. Started wearing them at the beginning of this season. By far my favorite glove ever

Carsten Bridges Golf says:

Do you think you could do a long drive comp of the Taylor made sldr vs the Taylor made aero burner drivers

Bill Cavanaugh says:

Anxious to see this vs G30!

Adam Stephanson says:

I see that JPX850 in the back! Get reviewing!!

Macks Lax says:

I like the R15 head cover better,its easier to get on and off than the Aero Burner head cover

spookyfish says:

Bit of an unfair dig at Taylormade at the end given that the last major driver release was June 2013.

Dylan Stone says:

Can you please compare all the new drivers coming out in on of your vs. series. Thank

Cohen177 says:

Hey Rick, Nice review! Can you hit different types of shots in your future reviews/comparisons. I would like to see how the clubs perform, when you play a cut for example. 🙂

cockerel_888 says:

how come u kept hooking? can u hit a cut?

TheGolfdaily says:

Hi Rick.
Great review as usual!

I have very similar club head speed as you.
Could you please tell me which shaft were you using with this club?

Lee (formerly Cahnt) says:

Love that we can see the ball flight on these reviews.  Fantastic new feature, bravo Rick!
I instantly avoid a driver with a long shaft, so even if this one wasn’t an ugly red and white one it would be a no-go.  C’mon TM (and others), stop treating us like mug punters, you know we’d mostly be better off with shafts <45" nevermind 46" or whatever this monstrosity is!

Robert King says:

I am glad that TaylorMade is going back to the roots. I loved the burners of yesteryear

Tony Rock says:

Think you generated the most club head speed from the V Series?
But like you said, it doesn’t mean you’ll drive it the longest. Nice review. Thanks Rick.

Brendan Frazier says:

Hello Rick. I have been needing a new driver because I have had the Callaway X Hot since it came out. I have been looking at the aeroburner driver for a while and I was hoping you could do a driver give away. Any driver could help improve my game immensely. thanks hope you see this

VWRabbit2008 says:

Too bad the 300 yards you hit it its in the woods

Adam Melvin says:

Great video and great review could you possibly compare it to the old burner

MimmGigg says:

The 3 wood is amazing. Tried it today and hit 200 yard straight fairway shots.

Randy Odom says:

Can you do some older clubs like the Ping G10?

Jp Pierce says:

Rick – Love the videos and many thanks for posting them.

Can you do me a favor and compare the White Tie Matrix Ozik 60×4 vs the Red Tie Matrix Ozik 60Q4 in the Aeroburner?

Sodthong says:

Shaft is too long for most players.

nova68nova says:

Attack angles were 7-8 up? I don’t recall that being his normal driver swing.

BPTV says:

Could this be a game improvement driver?

Craig says:

The standard shaft isn’t that “long”, in fact it’s shorter than the standard shaft on the Callaway x2 hot, by approx 1 inch.

okolekahuna says:

because of this review, I went out and bought one. Very happy I did. Thanks Rick. Love your videos.

NI golf says:

please check out my new golf channel for course vlogs only started the channel and it would be great if people helped me grow. thanks

TheJhaley12 says:

The fitter at Edwin Watts in Nashville told me it’s coming out in black so I’m hitting his demo until it does. I like this driver but got faster club head speed with the Mizuno JPX 850.

Mustangfreak95 says:

When I bought my aeroburner they asked if I wanted white or black

MrShewdogg says:

it looks terrible, id be embarrassed to take it out of the bag

David Ciccoritti says:

Rick, please make a video of the AeroBurner vs the Big Bertha V Series. 

Promiseofwar H. says:

you bored me for the first 1:40… just hit it.

Wz Tr says:

A simple lie angle adjustment and that ball will straighten out. Anyone blessed with the gift of sight can see that it’s too upright. Yes you can bend drivers, with some experience and a heat gun.

hawkey100 says:

Rick, still waiting to see the Taylormade RSI2 vs the Titleist AP2 714

Randy Odom says:

By the way I live in the Philippines and don’t have the ability to get the latest models unless I order from overseas and pay high shipping and custom fees.  Love your shows, I will never buy another club without checking your videos first.

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