Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons Steel
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Great quality set
L. O'shea, Amazon
23 August 2013
Summary: This was for my Son who plays for his high school golf team! It is a great set of clubs (he's a good golfer for being 15 with an average of 82 on 18 holes). We will definitely buy from this company in the future. They arrived really quickly and were packed in excellent condition. The company followed up with us to make sure we were a satisfied customer.
Summary: I'm a novice golfer with a very high (25 to 30+) handicap. Looking for new irons and I love TM products. I saw these on sale for $300 and decided to get them. They are good clubs, but I need to get used to them first. I am hitting the balls easier and am getting more height and distance than my older PineMeadows clone clubs of the TM RAC irons. They do look and feel great when swinging with them driving up your confidence on the course.
Summary: I was not a huge golfer prior to buying these, but I have a buddy who has been golfing for about 20 years now. After I informed him I gave in and wanted to start golfing, he did not even hesitate to throw these clubs my way. I have to say, my friends knows what he is talking about. The clubs hit like a dream. Only my 5th time out this summer, and I am crushing balls. I am shocking myself to say the least at how proficient I have become using these clubs.
Summary: Happy with these irons and they have helped me get the ball up quite a bit. I was dealing with old garage sale irons from 30 years ago and these had great reviews. Gotta have modern clubs. I'm a beginner and these have been forgiving on the course. However, one of my favorites is the Callaway X22 SW that I picked up on ebay for 22 bucks since this set didn't include a SW.
Summary: What can I say? These clubs are beautiful. The price ($299) was outstanding. So they are last years model - that doesn't make them any less new or 100% quality. Manufacturers are always changing club design (graphics really). I compared these side-by-side to Burner Plus, Burner 3.0 and RBZ and I have to say - ignore the markings and they look and feel the same.