Summary: I am very proud of my golf club Taylormade Burner 1.0 Iron set. But I though that it would'nt made a difference if the club were cut for a junior but it did. I bought these club because I am a snowbird and I want to let them at my condo. I have the same club to my home in Canada and I see a difference. But i will get use to it and I am very happy.
Summary: The high launch feature these irons supposedly claim isn't all that high and when hit you can clearl tell its a cast iron. Dispite the claims for increased distance I read in some reviews (the main reason I bought them)I got no better than the Nike Pro Cavitys I have. If you're looking for a good set of Taylor Mades on Ebay expand your budget and get some R11's.
Summary: I was an avid golfer up in till five years ago, had major foot problems. This August I decided to start playing again. Ibought a very used set of Cleveand TA7's senior shaft due to age and the foot just to see how I would do. After finding out I could play again I bought a set of the Burner 2.0 senior shaft. The distance was slightly shorter than the TA7, even though the lofts are lower on the Taylor made clubs.
These clubs are long...deceptively so...Good set for higher handicappers!
17 May 2012
Summary: I am currently a 5.0 handicap index golfer. My handicap has been on the rise over the past couple of years as my age has increased to its current state of 55 years of age. Prior to the purchase of this set of TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons, I have always used forged irons with steel shafts going from forged muscle backs to forged perimeter weighted irons.
Overall, this was not a good fit for me,but for higher handicap player OK.
7 May 2012
Summary: I bought the TaylorMade 1.0 because I wanted to go back to a graphite set and liked the fact that TM shafts are longer stock, and the lies and lofts were close to the Cobra set in steel I had custom ordered a couple years ago. The clubs were mostly what the company advertised, but the gap wedge yardage is weak at best. Accuracy is pretty good. The grips are the cheapest I have ever seen and they stink and leave a smell on your hands.
Summary: I bought the fairway wood to go with my other TaylorMade clubs. Not good ,you should have your clubs fitted to you. They are not like hats,one size fits all!!! The club is well made, but not for me. It is to lite! The other brand I was fitted for does not compare to the TaylorMade, I can hit the fitted club 250 yards all day long!!! My advise is to get fitted NO matter what brand you buy!!
Summary: i went with the regular shaft irons. i had the uniflex version for about 6 months. the regular shafts are too rigid with no feel or softness. i shot over 80 for the first time in 4 years on 4 rounds. i have since gone back to the uniflex irons and shot 72, 73, 74 the last 3 rounds. i do not recommend regular shaft for the 1.0.
Summary: I bought this wedge because I needed a fit for the gap in my bag. It does hit a consistent distance but the feel is lacking. Too much play in the shaft ( I really just needed a stiffer flex shaft) for my game. It falls short of the milled forged blade.
Conclusion: I have been using forged blades and I thought these clubs might help me with accuracy. They were very easy clubs to hit and they were long, due to strong lofts on the clubs, but they lacked the feel. I felt like I was hitting a heavy sandbag and it took the joy out of good golf swing. I returned the clubs for a new forged iron set. I am thinking they are good beginner's clubs.