Following the launch of the AeroBurner driver in January, TaylorMade is now offering AeroBurner irons, an AeroBurner mini driver, and AeroBurner Pro golf ball.
AeroBurner irons follow in the footsteps of the AeroBurner metalwoods and are built for distance through speed.
The Aeroburner iron features an up-to-the-limit COR face design engineered to maximize ball speed off the clubface.
A low centre of gravity (CG) is used to generate high launch, while the high-MOI head design offers enhanced forgiveness and stability on balls hit across the clubface.
Engineers have optimized loft and CG placement for consistent shot-making from any lie. I
AeroBurner irons also incorporate TaylorMade’s Speed Pocket technology to promote higher launch angles and more ball speed,
Aesthetically, the AeroBurner irons feature a dark, matte head finish found most recently in the SpeedBlade irons.
The darker finish reduces glare off the clubface while delivering a sleek look. A longer blade length, more offset and thicker topline are also features to enhance appearance at address.
“The AeroBurner iron breaks the mold of the typical distance iron and brings distance to all golfers,” said Tomo Bystedt, TaylorMade’s director of Product creation.
“Never before has up-to-the-limit COR speed and distance been delivered in such an easy-to-play and confidence-inspiring package. Distance has now come to all golfers,” added Bystedt.
AeroBurner Mini Driver
AeroBurner Mini Driver, a 253cc metalwood equipped with a 43.5-inch shaft, is designed to deliver even more speed and forgiveness than the SLDR Mini Driver.
Engineered for players who commonly drive with their three woods, the Mini Driver is a new category from TaylorMade to deliver two club options in one – a driver alternative or a three wood replacement.
Using knowledge from the development of SLDR Mini Driver, engineers have designed a product with a new aerodynamic shape, shallow face, raised centre crown and incorporated a new hosel fin, created to maximize clubhead speed during the downswing.
With emphasis placed on low-forward CG, Mini Driver is designed to delivers driver-like launch conditions off the tee with accuracy.
Similar to the entire AeroBurner metalwood family, Mini Driver features the biggest open channel Speed Pocket of any TaylorMade metalwood in company history, increasing the size of the sweet spot while reducing spin.
A larger hittable face area and decreased overall size promote improved playability in a confidence-inspiring shape.
Aesthetically, engineers developed the crown of AeroBurner Mini Driver with a new matte white finish, a black PVD face and linear crown graphic, features used to facilitate easy, accurate face alignment.
The TP model is designed with a longer hosel, flatter lie angle and more open face angle.
“The SLDR Mini Driver captivated golfers on all skill levels by delivering better three wood performance from the tee,” said Brian Bazzel, TaylorMade’s senior director of metalwood creation.
“With AeroBurner, we’ve now designed a metalwood that delivers even more speed and forgiveness to this new, popular club type,” added Bazzel.
AeroBurner Pro Golf Balls
Completing the AeroBurner family of products is the AeroBurner Pro golf ball.
Aeroburner Pro is a three-piece ball engineered for high ball speeds off the clubface, with stopping power. The spin control and soft feel come from the interface of TaylorMade’s Spin Mantle and proprietary Iothane cover.