Burner Superfast Rescue (18 deg)

Lighter head for more clubhead speed, high MOI for increased forgiveness with shallow clubface lowering the centre of gravity. Lightweight REAX graphite shaft for extra carry. Matching headcover. Available in 18, 19, 21 and 24-degree lofts.

Peter Masters
Tue, 20 Apr 2010

Burner Superfast Rescue (18 deg)
First impression is that it gives the feeling that there is real meat behind the strike.

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PRICE: £129.00 YEAR: from 2010

As utility or rescue clubs go, this one might look a little more wood than iron, but in performance it offers a penetrating flight that is much more like the long iron that it's designed to replace.

The test club in this case was the 18-degree loft version and the D8 swingweight certainly puts it at the heavier end of the hybrid family.

Looks: With the toe extending some way beyond the hitting area of the clubface this club has quite a distinctive appearance. The head is reasonably chunky, but not so much that you can’t get to fluffier lies in the rough.

Feel/performance: Quite a dull sound offthe face that doesn’t relay a feeling of real power, but that isn’t what this club is about. Besides the heavier swingweight, it gives the feeling that there is real meat behind the strike.

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