Summary: Very good all purpose ball. I regularly use the srixon trispeed and after trying most balls i always go back to the trispeed. The Burner Tp is slightly shorter in length than the trispeed, but flies a little higher and definitely spins more around the greens. Feel is softish but it still has more of a click sound than the trispeed. All up, when the course i play has firmed up and the greens are quick the Burner Tp wil be my ball of choice.
Summary: Harder cover than I expected. Verified Sky Caddie 300 yard drive so it's 3 piece construction compresses well with 105+ swing speed. Chirpy on putts but holds line well. Durable cover (of course, it's hard!) $24.99/dz priced about right. Those golf companies always screw you; if you want distance, great spin, and soft putting, you're going to pay $39.99+ for it! This ball is similar to the Nxt Tour in practically every category..scary. Same Asian factory?
Conclusion: I have used this club for some time and found the shaft that was in the club to stiff for me. it was a regular shaft I decided to fit a pro force V2 shaft regular 64 grams instead and I am glad I did. With this shaft it is a great club for me. I hit the ball very well with it and it goes quite long.
Excerpt: Bought these on sale at american golf. I have used prov1's and these babys i have to say dont go quite as far but they definatly are a nicer feel around the greens. If your on a budget and get these on sale i would recommend them, i would even go as far as to say i would pay full price if i was not such a tight wad!