TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Rescue Hybrids
A rescue hybrid to consider
I purchased the club because I wanted to experience the pro's and negative's of a hybrid golf club. At my age of 62, it was a practical move based on a declining swing speed.
In my case (3H), the ball rockets off the clubface and is extremely long, anywhere from the 190-220 yard range. That's pretty decent distance for my age bracket.
I do have a concern, in that the ball does not travel at a high enough trajectory to make a practical shot into a green from distance. This may be a matter of decreased swing speed due to old age, and the wrong shaft flex selection, than a flaw in the golf club. I could be wrong though, as I have a tendency to hook this club.
I purchased the club from Callaway in average condition, however it arrived in slightly better than average condition. Unfortunately, Callaway neglected to send along a sock.
The sound of the club is solid, and not an annoying clang that you hear so often at the driviing range.
The white color is pleasing to me, however it gets dirty and looks dirty with the slightest usage.
March 8, 2013
I'm an old dude (73) and if I can hit this club 145 yards, then toss out that 5 wood I've been struggling with. I have the 5,4,3, and all are useful for my game. Replaced my Big Bertha 5 and 7 which I duff half of the time.
November 14, 2014
product had more wear than described
head was scratched beyond description in sales ad. grip was worn enough to need replacement
November 5, 2014
Easiest hybrids to hit
The product is great, I wish it had been available in mint but the playability of the clubs (5h,6h) is the best I have experienced
March 24, 2014
I hit this club which is a 4 hybird further than i hit my regular 3 iron with greater accuracy.
November 14, 2013