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TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons | Golf Club Review

TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons | Golf Club Review


Now if golf clubs were bikes this one would
have stabilisers. This is the TaylorMade Burner Plus iron and it’s designed for handicaps
of 10 and over. People who really just want to get more enjoyment out of their game without
asking for too much ability to move the ball from left to right. They just want to get
the ball up and out there. The burner Plus has a very big face, very wide sole,. It’s
actually so wide that when you look down on the club you can still see the bottom of the
sole peering out there. Very thick topline, loads of offset, a really light super fast
shaft. Everything you need to get the ball up and out there. If you’re a player who loses
the ball to the right, has a weak fade in their swing, this club has a little one degree
of offset, this way to help you draw the ball. To get the feel of a draw, to get the ball
going a little bit longer. So it’s fast, it’s long, it’s for the higher handicappers, it’s
the TaylorMade Burner Plus iron.

Comments (5)

  1. Are you kidding me.. Doesn't matter what kind of irons or your swing.. all it takes is focus and muscle… Why is so hard to play with blades?????? I play with blades since I start it.. I try every iron and it suck i can't give my Spaulding blades away way from the 80's I have a freaking 10 iron as a pitching wedge lol lol lol lol…

  2. @561Juancho anything you would like to add to this rant!?

  3. Well sometimes the club does come into play. Blades get more distance, and workablitily. But when high handicappers have trouble with blades, then they want SuperLaunch irons to get ball higher. You know? I play a blade and am 14. The burner 2.0 are almost blades, except the longer clubs(4+5 rion) have more forgivness. Understand

  4. What are you asking?

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