For middle to high handicap golfers, taylormade produced that aeroburner driver at 09 Jan 2015. The TaylorMade AeroBurner driver is really light and easy to hit. Unlike last year’s JetSpeed, this driver is not adjustable.
Like the R15, the TaylorMade AeroBurner sports a white crown. As you’d expect from a Burner, this driver has a fairly big footprint, and it’s a little longer from front to back. You’ll also notice the “raised center crown,” which, along with the “hosel fin” are supposed to create a more aerodynamic shape.
Not only is the AeroBurner different from the original Burner, the AeroBurner is quite different to the TaylorMade JetSpeed driver that it is now replacing. The JetSpeed barely got off the ground so to speak, which was really a surprise for me. The JetSpeed was cheaper and much more forgiving than the SLDR in my opinion and a decent amount of tour players put the JetSpeed in their bag.
The AeroBurner Driver is the branded as the ideal choice for the “grip it and rip it” weekend golfer. I certainly think this driver does just that for TaylorMade.
Let me just say this right now, the AeroBurner lives up to the Burner legacy of being very easy to hit and very long. Keep going for more on the AeroBurner Driver.