TaylorMade Burner Tour

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  • ChoupiqueChoupique Members  23WRX Points: 0Posts: 23
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    66 YO,LH, mid 80 SS, 18 Handi, I've been a TopFlite XL user for years; last week I was given a sleeve or TaylorMade Burner balls by a friend who though I should use a "Better" ball. Played a 9 hole scramble with them; came home did a little research and decided the TaylorMade Burner Tour might be a better choice for my playing style. Bought two boxes at the Pro Shop to use last weekend in a two day tournament. Very good distance ball that flies straight, great feel off irons and hybrids and like butter off the putter.. Very impressed; this will be my ball of choice for some time I'm sure.


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  • sjamessjames Members  3WRX Points: 0Posts: 3
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    I second that about this ball. I have played, and still do on occasion, the Bridgestone e-6 as well as Callaway Diablo and like them. But, received a dozen of these as a gift and found they felt great for me in all aspects. I bought another dozen and play them regularly. I'm 62, 13HC.
  • tinmantinman Members  2936WRX Points: 170Posts: 2,936 Titanium Tees
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    I finally got around to trying these out & i'm really impressed.I used to play the TMTP's regularly & liked their performance for the price.The Burner Tours are completely different to me.They feel so much softer off of every club;especially the putter + the full wedge shots stop pretty well for a non-urethane ball.The Burner Tours are even better than the TP's- I'm glad a gave them a shot & the great price helps too.
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