It’s tough to supercede a proven winner, but it looks like TaylorMade has made good on their promise. The new TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons have everything from it’s predecessor and more! TM knew they had a good thing going when Dustin Johnson, one of PGA’s biggest bombers, subscribed to the burner 2.0 recently.
The Burner 2.0 has been engineered with one thing in mind… distance, pure and simple. And TM delivers. The Burner 2.0 boasts a thin face with progressive toplines to make this one of the stellar irons for the class of 2011′. The shaft flex has a different flex profile for each iron (lower in long irons), significantly helping the launch aspect.
TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Specs-
|Shaft Brands||Taylor Made, Aldila, Dynamic Golf Superlight, Dynamic Gold, Project X, Project X Flighted, Aldila NV 85, Nippon NS Pro 95.|
|Set Composition||4 thru Gap Wedge|
TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons Videos-
Actual Player Feedback-
“Upgraded from an intermediate level set and can’t believe the difference. Much better feel and more distance. These clubs are great and worth the price tag”
“Shot 81 first time out with them(normal score-mid 80s). 2.0s go through the grass like butter”
“It’s long, but the distance control was surprisingly consistent for a bomber club”
[review pros=”The new TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons are a definite upgrade from the normal Burner. The distance achieved through a number of technological advances has made this iron one of the best for 2011.” cons=”The definite offset scares off better players.” score=99.4]
If you are looking to increase your distance this year in the irons, definitely take a long, hard look at the TaylorMade Burner 2.0. The oversize, face thinness, and keeping the weight down where it belongs is a bomber “wanna-be’s” dream come true. Nice selection of shafts makes this a winner for 2011′.
The only think I’m saying is that the standard Swingweight on these irons is D3.5, two from my set were measured at D5. For me requires a modified swing to get the D5 irons motivated.