RETRO GOLF | ’95 Burner Bubble Versus ’22 TaylorMade Stealth
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RETRO GOLF | ’95 Burner Bubble Versus ’22 TaylorMade Stealth

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RETRO GOLF | ’95 Burner Bubble Versus ’22 TaylorMade Stealth

Welcome back to Retro Golf where we take golf’s most iconic clubs and put them up against their futuristic counterparts.

Today’s episode: The OG TaylorMade Burner Bubble head to head against the 2022 TaylorMade Stealth.

How many yards does 20-plus years in storage equal?

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Bennett Green

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Bennett Green

One hit wonder state champion who will tell you about it any chance she gets. A Virginia native with a deep love for the game and the banter that comes along with it, Bennett's one to "keep up with the boys" and sometimes even beat 'em. Radford University alumni, dedicated to keeping the golfer first and the record straight through creative media and reigning as MyGolfSpy's first "Lady Tester." In her free time, you'll find her in the weight room, practicing her putting or on the beach.

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      Jimmy

      1 year ago

      I like the idea of you guys doing more video stuff, but everything released so far was either a repurposed Most Wanted article or something that probably works better as a written post, like these retro comparisons.

      I can’t help but feel like I would have gotten a C for this in high school TV production class. It’s just a guy passionately talking to a camera with powerpoint slides thrown in, sometimes not even in sync. There are no shots of the drivers being hit, no reactions from testers, etc. I imagine you guys had a lot of fun doing these retro tests. Let us in on that process in the video!

      Hopefully this evolves into something that makes better use of video’s advantages over print.

      Reply

      TheBrad

      1 year ago

      You seem pleasant.

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      Jimmy

      1 year ago

      LOL… yeah dude, great read on your part. /sarc

      Steve

      1 year ago

      In each one of these videos, the click bait is “Surprising”… I guess I am not so convinced it is surprising that a 30 year old driver is getting crushed in these. They are smaller, and, therefore, quite a bit less forgiving and have shorter (and most likely heavier) shafts.

      I would be more interested to see comparisons with drivers from the 460 era that are generally viewed as fantastic. Thus, I would throw in the Bridestone J33, Ping Rapture (?), Adams 9015D, and Taylormade’s OG M2, I am sure there are others, and I think there have been some TM comparisons that include the M2?

      Hell, I would even like to see the Louisville Smart Driver put up in this, along with something more retro. in the persimmon/maple range (but preferably graphite). Going a step further, why not a fairway comparison, but I digress.

      Yes, I still expect there are plenty of gains with the new, but this can add some variety to the so-called “surprises”.

      Reply

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