TaylorMade Burner TP Driver

Take the course apart with this legendary Driver

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Product Details

This was the driver used by Martin Laird when he won his first PGA Tour event at the 2009 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

Next Generation Dual Crown Technology together with the Legendary Burner TP Speed United.

  • Dual crown design lowers the center of gravity, creating high launch low spin drives for increased distance
  • Super stable high MOI head design with inverted cone technology increases forgiveness on off-center hits
  • RE*AX Superfast TP .335 shaft weighing 65 grams, promoting explosive swing speed


Loft Lie Head Length Swing
8.5° 60° 460cc 45.75" D5
9.5° 60° 460cc 45.75" D5
10.5° 60° 460cc 45.75" D5

Shaft Properties
RE*AX SuperFast TP 65 by Matrix

Flex Torque Tip Size Butt Diameter Shaft Weight Grip Grip Weight
Regular 3.2° .335" .600 62g TV Lite 44g
Stiff 3.2° .335" .600 63g TV Lite 44g
Extra Stiff 3.2° .335" .600 65g TV Lite 44g

The superlight RE*AX, 65 gram shaft by Matrix helps to create more clubhead speed which will increase distance. Shaft promotes a lower launch and is more workable for fades and draw. So for a player looking for workability and forgiveness in a driver the Burner TP is a great choice.

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TaylorMade Burner TP Driver 2009

Overall (5 out of 5 stars):
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This club was amazing when I first brought it! Still is now! hit the ball over 250 yards with it and dead straight! Fantastic club and really reccomend it to any other person who is between 0-15!

TaylorMade Burner TP Driver 2009

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More usable length than the standard version and with the face sitting slightly open is an awesome sight at address. the 65 gram shaft seems more stable than the lighter shaft in the non tp version providing greater accuracy. Awesome!

TaylorMade Burner TP Driver 2009

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Nearly drove a par 4 347y green today, at least 50 yards further than any previous drive on that hole. The guys in front walking up to the green got a small fright, not as much as the one I got after hitting the monster. They asked what make the driver was and threatened to remove from my bag when I was in the clubhouse for a drink.