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TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver

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The sole and crown of the TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini driver.

If you’re looking for a driver alternative that’s a little easier to swing and still plenty long, you’re in luck.

Following the success of last year’s SLDR S Mini driver, this week TaylorMade has introduced the new AeroBurner Mini, which features a 43.5” shaft, a 253cc clubhead and a little more loft than a traditional driver.

To create more clubhead speed and distance the AeroBurner Mini is built with a new aerodynamic shape with a raised area in the center of the crown as well as a fin on the hosel that allows the club to move through the air more quickly.

Other features include a new matte white finish, a larger effective hitting area than the past Mini, and an AeroBurner alignment aid on the crown.

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A look at the side and face of the TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini driver.

The original Mini driver was a great idea and the new AeroBurner version is a clear improvement. Anyone who struggles with their driver or tends to hit their 3-wood significantly better than their driver should seriously consider giving this thing a try.

The new AeroBurner Mini is available a standard model for $279, and a TP version ($349) that has a slightly more open face angle and a flatter lie angle.

A number of aftermarket shafts and grips are also available for those who like customized performance. The new driver is available in 12, 14, and 16-degree loft for the standard model, and 12 and 14-degree loft for the TP. Both can be purchased with TM Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60, Matrix Ozik White Tie 70X4, or Matrix Speed RUL-Z 45 shafts.

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