A Legacy of Speed and Performance
The last TaylorMade product to carry the iconic Burner name was released in 2014, when AeroBurner debuted an enhanced version of the Speed Pocket along with refined aerodynamic shaping in both the driver and fairway models. It was just the second driver in the company’s history to feature a Speed Pocket. The Burner legacy, however, stretches for decades. From the Burner SuperFast (2010) to the 2007 Burner driver and the original Burner Bubble (1996), the name has been synonymous with some of the fastest metalwoods of their respective eras. With the launch of the all-new SIM family, TaylorMade engineers have continued to push the boundaries of speed – relying on advanced materials and geometric shaping to increase aerodynamics. Discover the latest era of metalwood speed and performance.