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.

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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.

TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid Rescue Many Golfers

Those are the words of many amateur golfers who take to the shops in search of an alternative to their hard-to-hit long irons. TaylorMade’s latest rescue club comes in the form of the new SLDR hybrid, part of the new SLDR range of metalwoods. The Sldr hybrid comes with Fujikura Speeder shaft and TM 360 Silver shaft.

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The updated “Speed Pocket” combines with a lower, more forward CG to produce low-spinning shots and faster initial ball speeds. The “Loft- Sleeve” allows you to alter loft by +/- 1.5°.

I bought a 2 and a 4 SLDR hybrids. As far as length goes, they fly as far as advertised – easily. However, since the heads are made out of titanium, the heads don’t have nearly as much mass in the head as some of the older TaylorMade rescue clubs. The older steel headed clubs had more mass and made it a LOT easier to hit it out of bad lies, buried lies, sand, etc. If you have a good lie or are hitting it off of a tee, then the SLDR’s perform great! However, if you have to dig it out of rough or out of a bad lie, I’d go with perhaps a Callaway, Adams or Ping which have a greater amount of mass concentrated in the head.

I really like the ball flight of the 4, it flies high and it’s very easy to hit. The 2 it s little more difficult, and is 1/2 inch longer than a standard 2 hybrid. The 2 is more like a 5 wood. I had a 1/2 inch but off my 2 hybrid and it’s made it much easier to hit.