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Burner Rescue High Launch

 

  • Designed with a shallower clubface to promote more spin resulting in greater carry and distance
  • Engineered with a slight draw bias to help prevent a slice while encouraging a distance-enhancing draw
  • Dual Crown clubhead saves weight and lowers the CG for increased carry and distance
  • Fast-looking triangular Burner® head shape permits an ultra-deep CG location and is more forgiving and easier to launch
  • Incorporates SuperFast technology to promote faster swing speed for more distance
  • Touts the largest footprint of any TaylorMade Rescue® club, increasing confidence at address
  • Includes a SuperFast 60-gram graphite shaft with Arrow 2 ultra-light 47-gram grip

 

 

Burner Tour Rescue Tour Launch

 

  • Engineered to promote a lower, more penetrating and workable ball flight that skilled players with higher swing speeds prefer
  • Designed with a taller face profile and larger toe area, lending an appearance at address specifically requested and preferred by tour pros
  • Engineered with a slight fade bias to help prevent a hook
  • Dual Crown clubhead saves weight and lowers the CG to promote increased carry and distance
  • Fast-looking triangular Burner® head shape permits an ultra-deep CG location and is more forgiving and easier to launch
  • Incorporates SuperFast technology to promote faster swing speed for increased distance
  • Includes a SuperFast 85-gram graphite shaft with Tour Velvet 52-gram grip

 

 

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Have the 20* Tour version with the fuji X flex shaft. I think my problem is the shaft but I can't hit this thing consistently at all. It's the only club in my bag I hit a cut with. The head is very small which is not bad but honestly it just doesn't give me any confidence. I've tried the Cobra DWS 3R and really like it. Also tried the TM Burner #4 hybrid with a S flex. That ballooned too high and you can't hit it straight either. Constantly hooked it. Still searching for a hybrid or two to fill out my set.

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I have the 3T 20* (the tour launch) and absolutley love it. I was skeptical about hybrids, but after having trouble with my long irons for so long, I decided to take the plunge. I have the 115 gram REAX in it currently, and hit it much better than I ever expected. Very nice ball flight, easy to work, and great off the tee. I have issues hitting long irons and woods off the ground...no issue here. Would recommend this club to everyone!

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I just got rid of my Burner Rescue 3 19* regular flex and I would rate this club 3 out of 5. I had this club for about 4 months. This club is forgiving, but my biggest problem with this club is that it launches the ball way too high, and I lose 30-40 yards alot of the times when hitting the ball too steep, or out of the rough. If you have a hard time getting the ball up in the air, this might be a good club, but overall for me, I am way happier with the Adams A7 hybrid, more forgiving club and further in distance. Now I know why they are the # hybrid on tour.

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