TaylorMade AeroBurner Vs TaylorMade R15

The TaylorMade AeroBurner fairway wood and hybrid have already debut in early 2015 alongside the new AeroBurner driver and R15 woods. The Aeroburner golf clubs for sale have been avaible in all physical store and online store.

According to TaylorMade, the AeroBurner 3-wood has the strongest face in golf, something needed to support a new speed pocket – its stand-out feature. This cavity – positioned on the sole of the club – extends further into the fairway than before, allowing more of the face to flex.

This serves to increase both the sweet spot and ball speed, with TaylorMade also citing lower spin as a by-product. In fact, the TaylorMade AeroBurner Fairway Wood’s sweet spot is twice as large as the equivalent area on the JetSpeed fairway wood. The end result of the above advancements is increased distance from both the fairway – a principle construction aim – and the tee.


What’s more, the TaylorMade AeroBurner fairway wood comes in an aerodynamic shape – a produce of the shallow face, raised crown and a new hosel fin, which purports to reduce drag created by the hosel.

The 170-cc head comes in a matte-white finish, with a black PVD face and, like the Aeroburner driver, a crown graphic to help with alignment. The AeroBurner fairway is available in #3 and #5 models just like the TaylorMade AeroBurner driver, R15 driver and R15 fairway and rescue.

However, the Aeroburner fairway wood is surely not your only choice. As there are now many other TaylorMade fairway woods available for sale, like the TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Wood for sale. Not like the Aeroburner hybrid,  TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid seems own quite more fans who love TaylorMade golf clubs.

You Need to Know More about TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Wood

When it comes to TaylorMade fairway woods,  we would firstly think of the RocketBallz Fairway woods released in early 2012. Instead of bust, there was boom as the RBZ fairway featuring a Speed Pocket went on to become one of the most successful clubs in the history of the game. A year later, TaylorMade moved up a gear to RBZ Stage 2, lowering the centre of gravity and pushing it further forward to improve launch, ball speed and spin characteristics.

But today, I am not keen on the old RBZ.  Because a club similar to the new TaylorMade SLDR Driver for slae that has a centre of gravity positioned lower and towards the front of the driver to reduce spin by 200 to 300 rpm and increase launch angle by 1-degree.


The TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Wood 3 wood is one of the hardest clubs to strike cleanly and get airborne. Off the deck on the range at Mannings Heath GC last week, the SLDR fairway wood in 15-degree was performing every bit like a hybrid. To be able to hit the ball like a hybrid and with fairway wood distance is ideal.

Anyone who has seen the previous models will instantly recognise the difference in the Speed Pocket within the TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Wood for sale. Not only is it smaller and U-shaped, but the slot itself is now filled in with a polymer to prevent debris – a common complaint with prior versions.

In terms of feel, the SLDR has a pleasing lower tone to it. It’s not as loud or tingy as the RBZ and RBZ Stage 2. It also provides ideal feedback on off-centre hits. Combine the refined Speed Pocket with the lower spin and higher ball speeds created by the more forward CG and TaylorMade believes it’s created its longest fairway wood ever.


Test Results for TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Wood

Following the success of the SLDR driver, TaylorMade have announced the launch of the new SLDR fairway wood. Featuring all the same low/forward centre of gravity benefits of the driver, the fairway wood doesn’t feature the sliding weight technology but does promise more distance.

Let’s see some golfers reviews who used the taylormade sldr fairway wood.

From Matthew: I have both the 3 and 5 SLDR fairway woods. I have the lofts down on both to 13.5 and 17.5 degrees, respectively. Even then, I don’t have a problem getting the ball up in the air off the ground. I’m using the 3 wood off the tee (I have a SLDR driver but I’m not very consistent with it) and I can hit it almost as far as my driver and with more consistency. Even delofted, it still is easy to hit off the ground. Average 3 wood shot for me is about 225 yards and a solid drive is closer to 240 yards. The 5 wood is even easier to hit and I really have to mess up my swing to send it astray. Pure contact is rewarded with a nice metallic “twick” sound and a long straight shot. Average 5 wood shot for me is about 210 yards. All in all, I’m very happy with these clubs. Note the adjustment tool was not included but a headcover was.

From carguy: Bought this and the SLDR driver along with a new set of irons. It’s easy to hit and does as well as I can ask it to. At my level (80’s) it’s nit the equipment as much as the user. When I do my job it does its job. When I miss slightly it’s forgiving. The ball has a good feel off the face and I can tell it’s a reduced spin effect watching the trajectory. Great value

From Joe: My fairway wood is my most used club. I am not a long ball hitter and so its my 2nd shot on almost all the par 4’s and 2 shots on the par 5’s and my tee shot for the long par 3’s. I love this one and have had others I played with try it and they liked it too.

From Daniel: The club is great. A great value. Super fast shipping. I only wish that the fact that a head cover was included would have been listed in the description. It would have saved me ordering one separately. For future reference the fact that an adjustment wrench is not included should also be mentioned, Otherwise it was satisfying purchase.

Overall we can see that this sldr fairway wood is very nice, highly recommened.

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