Left Handed TaylorMade Tour Burner Fairway Wood

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The  Left Handed TaylorMade Tour Burner Fairway Wood features Dual Crown Technology that weighs less than a typical crown. Saved weight is redistributed to give the 2008 Burner a 35% lower CG (center of gravity) than the previous Burner, promoting a higher launch and higher flight for more carry and distance. Meanwhile, the fast-looking triangular shaped head permits an even lower CG placement, making it even easier to get a solid launch.


Acknowledged as one of the world’s most stylish ski resorts, St Moritz in Switzerland is looking to make its mark as the most glamorous golf destination in Europe.


The last feature of this left handed club is a “fast-looking” triangular head shape that due to its larger size should help to give you more confidence when addressing the ball and also provides more forgiveness, which is something we could all use a bit more of. The Burner Tour Launch has a more compact head shape and the center of gravity (CG) location that is a bit more forward than the High Launch.


The Kulm Hotel St Moritz, inextricably linked with the Cresta Run, is offering a range of exclusive summer golf packages at its own 9-hole par-3 course as well at nearby courses Samedan (the oldest 18-hole golf course in the country, dating back to 1893), Zuoz and Alvaneu.


Boasting the largest size and footprint of any TaylorMadesteel fairway, the  Burner Fairway wood has a 6% higher MOI (moment of inertia) than previousBurner fairway models for increased forgiveness on off-center hits.


From June to October, golfers can enjoy their rounds surrounded by magnificent Alpine panoramas and deep blue summer skies, almost guaranteed for over 300 days a year.


Kulm Hotel’s five-night “Golf Safari” comprises green fees over each of the four courses, a lavish breakfast every morning and dinner at any one of the hotel’s three restaurants.

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