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Features and Benefits of the TaylorMade Burner 2007 driver:
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
The driver is better than expected. Although 7 years old it looked hardly used
The delivery was prompt as prommissed
always used this club must suit my swing speed/kick point-great distance easily!
Excellent club fast shipping 10 out of 10 all round!
Used to swing cobra speed f ld 5000 Driver 3 and 5 wood with stiff shafts, super clubs, but starting to slow down and cant work them like I used to, so,I bought taylormade 2007 driver and 3 wood with regular shafts 50 grm fujikura..Absolutely best thing I could have done.Swing slow and easy and hit the best shots ever.Also super service from golfbidder had clubs in two days.
In this day and age, with all the technology and material at their disposal, its hard for Club Makers to go wrong to be honest, and as usual Taylor Made doesnt let you down! Great Driver with a huge sweetspot..why pay £200 for a 2013 driver when you can pay £50 for a 2007 one and get the same results!
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