Tuesday, 27 December 2011

TaylorMade 2008 Burner Rescue

TaylorMade 2008 Burner Rescue with Steel Shaft The 2008 TaylorMade Burner Rescue features Dual Crown Technology that weighs less

than a typical crown. Saved weight is redistributed to give the 2008 Burner Rescue a lower CG (center of gravity) than the

previous Burner Rescue, promoting a higher launch and higher flight for more carry and distance. Meanwhile, the fast-looking

triangular shaped head permits an even lower CG placement, making it even easier to get a solid launch. Boasting the largest size

and footprint of any TaylorMade rescue club, the 2008 Burner Rescue has a higher MOI (moment of inertia) than previous Burner

Rescue models for increased forgiveness on off-center hits. The SuperFast shaft and Arrow 2 ultra-light grip each promote faster

swing speed for increased distance.

Dual crown design redistributes weight within the clubhead
Large footprint
Fast-looking triangular Burner? head shape
SuperFast technology
2: 17-degree loft, 60-degree lie, 115 cc head volume

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