Though I have been playing golf for several yeats, my real golf lift started from the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons. Yes, I can say that the Burner 2.0 Irons are my first iron set for golf playing. There were so many golf clubs for sale UK at that time, but I finally chosen the burner 2.0 set. And I would never forget the feeling I used them for the first time.
In late 2010, the Burner 2.0 Irons were launched under the hot fire of “Burner” series, which have been designed to offer the same trademark Burner distance as previous models but with greater levels of feel and playability.
TaylorMade has engineered each iron individually so that important performance attributes are felt through the different clubs in the set. With the centre of gravity lower and deeper in the long TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons, players can expect better ball flights from long range and greater control and feel in the short irons. The sole has been designed to help improve turf drag for a better strike.
In addition, the most impressive feature of TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons I still remember is that they are available in eight different shaft options including Superfast steel and graphite and Project X. And at that time, I just used them with my favorite project x flighted steel shafts.
After the success of the original Burner irons, the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons are designed to offer more feel and playability. The sound and feel have been refined thanks to an improved vibration management system. Weight distribution has been improved throughout the set to optimise flight. The face thickness is different in every iron for added distance in the long TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons and better feel in the short.
Moreover, in 2015, TaylorMade go ahead to release the new AeroBurner series golf clubs including the new TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons. Though they both get a “Burner” in name, this AeroBurner seems much more different than the old series.
Following on from TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons, they are are designed to provide high ball speeds without sacrificing distance or feel. TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons utilise the maximum-permitted coefficient of restitution – effectively bounciness of the face – to deliver improved distance after contact.
In addition, the low centre of gravity position of the new TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons produces a high launch angle. The high-MOI cavity-back head design allows weight to be moved to the perimeter for increased forgiveness, while optimised loft and CG placement help promote consistency.
In terms of aesthetics, a longer blade length, thicker top line and more offset are designed to inspire confidence at address, while a dark matte head finish helps combat glare. TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons for sale join the AeroBurner driver, AeroBurner Mini Driver and the R15 driver to complete TaylorMade’s 2015 long-game club offering.
Given that there is decent sized cavity in the back of the heads, you hardly notice it visually and the sound at impact of the TaylorMade R11 Irons is very good, whilst not being as completely solid as say a blade iron. They are very forgiving on mis-hits, although this forgiveness makes shaping the ball a little harder if you are trying for small fades or draws. Bigger movements in shot shape are easier, so the shot shapers among you may prefer the TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons.
However we are splitting hairs here as there is very little wrong with these irons and an awful lot that is right. From the performance to the stylish looks the TaylorMade R11 Irons for sale is a ‘must try’ set of irons for low to mid handicap golfers.
If you have ever used the TaylorMade R11 Irons, you would find they follow in a long line of irons that are very easy to hit. The first thing you notice is the over-size heads, which site beautifully behind the ball without looking too chunky.
TaylorMade brings aeroburner speed to an iron at 18 Mar 2015. This taylormade aeroburner irons are designed for middle to high handicap golfers. The market price is 599 pounds.
If you are in the market for a power-packed game-improvement iron that is easy to hit and as forgiving as they come, look no further than the new TaylorMade AeroBurner iron this season.
In many ways, we found the AeroBurner to be just as forgiving as the RSi 1 – winner of our 2015 game-improvement iron test – much to do with the “Speed Pocket” in the sole that aids higher launch and added ball speed on shots struck low on the face, on top of a high MOI head design.
The iron did little for us in terms of workability, however, so if that is key for you then you will likely want to look elsewhere.
When it comes to feel, the sound at impact is much nicer than the loud “gun shot” from the Big Bertha iron that we tested last year.
Anyway, I digress, as the TaylorMade AeroBurner irons do perform and feel very consistent throughout the set and this is what I feel puts them ahead of the more expensive RSi 2 irons if you are a mid to high handicapper.
Compared to other models in this sector, the AeroBurner Irons could offer a little more feel and some form of X factor to make them really stand out. However they are a worthy challenger, look good and offer value for money if you want a quality, forgiving set of irons.