Summary: Awesome club! I'm a 17 handicap and this is the 60 degree for me! I can see why if your were a 10 handicap this club may not be your favorite. But if you are like me this club will help take a few strokes off!!
Summary: This is a pretty good 5 wood. Good distance off the tee with a nice high ball flight. Like just about every fairway wood and driver sold today, the shaft is too light for the better players. With a better shaft it would could find a home in my bag. For the averages swing speed, it might be fine as is.
Pros: What I liked most about the 5 wood was how far I was hitting it. I was getting 245 yards of carry with it according to it's owner with good eyes. It was easy to hit well. Good high ball flight.
Cons: I'd perfer a heavier shaft in this 5 wood. Too light for a good consistant swing and solid contact.
Summary: The reason I bought the clubs, they were used, price was cheap and I am 65 and I wanted to see the difference between a Uniflex, Regular and Senior flex shafts. My regular club are regular flex 2.0 Burners with graphite shafts. With the burner 2009 clubs the are senior shafts. The clubs hit fine but I can't much change in distance.
Summary: I had been looking for a good used iron set for quite some time. I tried out a few different kinds in the pro shop at my local muni golf course and liked the Burner XD ones the best, especially with regular supersteel shafts. The ones I saw on eBay were usually only one iron and had a $20-30 price for just one club, without shipping. So I wanted to find a full used set at a good price.
Summary: My bag had a big gap in it from my 2.0sf 3 wood to the 4 iron of the same set. I grabbed this club figuring it would put me right in the middle of that gap. I hit the ball on the longer side (just saying that to illustrate that this isn't a club I bought to gain distance with) but holy cow does this thing fly a mile when hit well. the ball just pops up in the air and keeps going and going. the launch angle is nuts for a 3 hybrid. flies a mile and lands like an 8 iron.
Summary: I purchased this iron to complete a set of irons that I have. The original set did not have this particular iron in it. Although the original set are "Burner Plus's", this club matches in fairly well. The club was as advertised, new, in original wrapper.
10 years later, it's still as forgiving as any club
9 May 2013
Summary: Bought one of these used about 7 years ago off the golf galaxy rack, and as I've gone from an 18 handicap down to an 8 I've replaced every club in the bag.... except this one :) It's STILL every bit as forgiving as the fairways coming out today (maybe MORE forgiving, because even the R-flex has a nice 80-gram shaft, instead of the stupid 50g featherweight stuff that's all over the market today). And that SuperSteel face...
Summary: Forget starter sets. Skip the cheap stuff and try these: 1. ultralight 2. swings faster 3. gorgeous 4. quality 5. graphite shafts 6. people want my autograph now 7. I officially turned pro after unpacking them These are outstanding and make a great starter set guys!