TaylorMade AeroBurner TP Fairway Wood
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AeroBurner TP Fairway Wood
Made for Speed.
The name “AeroBurner” derives from the product’s advanced aerodynamics, a performance variable that TaylorMade researchers and developers have long obsessed over in their quest to engineer fast driver heads. To accomplish this, AeroBurner metalwoods feature an “Aero hosel,” (small fin located at the heel of the club to reduce drag) a raised center crown and rounded toe section. All three of these variables work as a system to improve aerodynamics and lower drag force. Additionally, the AeroBurner family has the largest Speed Pocket ever, which enhances the sweet spot and protects ball speed on mishits.
- Speed Pocket
- The fairway’s biggest advancement is its new Speed Pocket which is twice as big as the JetSpeed (first driver to feature the technology). Unlike JetSpeed, AeroBurner fairways do not have loft sleeve technology which offers loft and lie adjustability. This allowed company engineers to extend the length of the Speed Pocket across the entire sole for maximum performance. In other words, this pocket increases the size of the sweet spot and reduces spin.
- Advanced Face Design
- The AeroBurner 3 wood uses the highest strength face material (Ni-Co 300 Superalloy), has a smaller footprint for better workability, a deeper face which makes it better off the tee, and it also sits 2˚flatter and 1˚ more open to suit the eye of the better player.
- Shorter Shaft
- The overall length of the shaft has been shortened from previous fairway offerings to increase its playability while maintaining while maintaining the speed from new head advancements.
- Standard Shaft: Matrix Ozik 7X4 White Tie
- Standard Grip: Lamkin UTx TP
TaylorMade AeroBurner TP Fairway Wood Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
The TP (Tour Preferred) version of the AeroBurner fairway metals features a heavier shaft, shorter length, a flatter lie angle, slightly open face angle and a slightly small head. These features are more Tour Inspired and tend to be liked by the better players. I found all these features to be more what the doctor ordered for my game, but I still found the head to not have a real solid feel unless I dead nutted it. Launch was slightly lower than the standard AeroBurner as expected with the heavier, less torque shaft.
Off The Tee
Again a quick high launch that was borderline too high for me, but I did not see any ballooning.
Off The Deck
Super easy to elevate, nice high flat flight that really carried off of a perfect lie.
Out Of The Rough
With its slightly small head, I feel that the TP versions play a tad easier out of the rough than the standard AeroBurner. With the current rough that I see, I had little issue escaping it.
Who's It For?
The better player who likes a slightly open face head and needs a little loft to their game. Excellent for those strong players going for Par 5’s in to and needs the ball to land softly.
I was really looking forward to trying this club because of how the AeroBurner TP Driver tested for me. I was slightly disappointed in the feel, sound and for me the launch was quite high. Bottom line, this is a solid Fairway metal that will be one of the longest for sure and has seen a bunch of support early out on the PGA Tour.