The 2009′ Taylormade Burner irons come with a very progressive design.  Some of the extraordinary features of the Taylormade Burner Irons include sweet spot enhancing inverted cone face coupled with considerably reduced club weight makes this a very intuitive iron.  But Taylormade doesn’t stop there.  Longer and lighter shafts reduces overall weight thereby increasing ball speed, making the Burner iron a monster in the yardage gain gain department.  There are some definite advancement characteristics of the new Burner iron.

Taylormade Burner Specs-

Sole Width-       25 mm
Toe Height-      57.6 mm
Heel to Toe-     90 mm
Topline-            8 mm
Surface Area-        33 cm
Stock Shaft Weight- 85 g

Actual Player Feedback-

“The Burner irons, or at least hit them on the range/launch…. I am still in awe”

“My burners are forgiving with great distance”

“I am amazed by the continuous quality that I see throughout their product line. The Burners are no exception”


Great engineering behind this one!  Tests show the 4-iron is 15 yards longer than the competition.  Long, light shafts and a super thin clubface for high COR is an absolute gem.  The undercut cavity along with a sole designed for shot-making, makes the Burner a great advancement for Taylormade.


By the same token, the longer shafts may take a while to get used to and some may even struggle.

Overall Rating-

The Taylormade Burner Irons will be a big seller and provide many positives for the average golfer.  We expect this iron to overtake any Taylormade iron predecessor.