Summary: I purchased this driver 2 weeks ago , and love it. I tried 3 other expensive drivers & this last years model, out performed them all , and was the least expensive. I wanted 25 yrds more and I'm getting 50 & 60yrds yrds more when I hit it dead on the nuts . My swing speed went up 6 mph.
Summary: I just wanted to stop in and tell you guys about my Burner Tour iron experience. I have been an avid player for most of my adult life. I played another companies blades for many years including when I carried a 2.5 handicap. I played blades up until April 2011 when my game was put on hold.
Summary: I played Mizuno blades for the last 6-7 years. I hurt my neck and had to take two years off....I picked up a used set or Tour Burners.... I took them to the range this past week. Remember this was the first swings in two years. All I can say is WOW.... Very nice clubs.
Summary: The TM burner 1.0 was an ungrade from Adams A3OS. Mine are stiff steel shafts and are easy to hit, have good feel and forgiving and great on the distance ego. These clubs are best suited for 80-90+ handicap players and buyer beware if you are in the area of 5'-6" like me with a recommended fitting...
Summary: Just won used TM Tour Burner Irons on eBay from 3Balls.com. Clubs arrived in excellent shape, just needed new grips. Installed Golf Pride Tour Wrap grips, and took them to the course to play them. Hit them on the range prior to the round, and loved them.
Summary: In Spring of 2011 I decided to modernize my bag. The Burner 2.0 was recommended to me because of the strong lofts, and distance was something I felt I could use. But I didn't do my homework before being fitted for these irons and later learned the standard swingweights are D3.5 (+/1 one SW).