Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade Tour Burner Irons
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Value for money 10
Shoots in the 90s
9 October 2012
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: 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: One of the most forgiving irons I have played. Nice feel, but a little forgiving to shape the ball. Couple with the tt lite shaft makes this iron set good set for golfers who wants to hit it straight and far. Gives me good trajectory on ball flight.
Summary: I have had these tour burners for nilly two years and they have been a great starter set. i first brought these irons when i was a Hcap of about 20 and have since work my way to 3. they have great distance control great to look at and very forgiving.
Summary: Good all around driver that served as my temporary driver. Very symmetric look at address. Perfect size-- cute bullet looking head that's not gigantic. I sound is metallic and slightly loud (very similar to a G10). A solid feel at impact. I put an Matrix Xcon and shortened it the 45 inches.
Summary: If you are looking to drive BOMBS, I defintely recommend this driver.Picked it up in spring and have easily taken 5 strokes off my game.. Stock shaft is not bad at all, club face fairly forgiving and posseses a great sweet spot..
Summary: Beware. Don't be fooled by the distance of these irons. The loft are 2 deg stronger and the shafts are longer. In fact, the 4 iron is almost the equivalent of a 2 iron from another brand. I compared the graphite version 4 iron to a ping 2 iron graphite also and they were exactly the same lenght.
Summary: For several years I have been playing the Cleveland CG4 Tour irons. I have played well with them but felt I may be missing out on new technology. I visited a local Edwin Watts store and found the 08 Tour Burners on sale.