TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons VS TaylorMade R11Irons

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 R11 Irons Reviews

The TaylorMade R11 irons 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. The top line is a nice width and the progressive offset, that increases as you go up the set, is not too pronounced so even better players will appreciate the lines of the TaylorMade R11 irons.

The one-piece stainless steel cast heads boast a thin, lightweight face design like the Burner 2.0. The weight removed from the clubface has been shifted low and back to create a higher launch angle, faster ball speed, increased distance and more forgiveness. The result is comparable launch, ball flight and length to the Burner 2.0, as well as 15-yard distance gaps between clubs. (Company testing with low handicappers indicates that the R11 and Burner 2.0 4-irons produce identical carry distance; the R11 6-iron is 1 yard shorter than Burner 2.0.)

r11 irons reviews

The irons are not unreasonably priced and fit inline with many of the other sets that are available today. TaylorMade puts a great deal of technology into the clubs they make and the R11 irons are no different. On some level I do feel that these irons a nice transition for someone like me who has used traditional muscle back designs but doesn’t get to practice as much as they used too. They make up for many of my mistakes, but still have a great feel and a somewhat traditional look.
Normally I get lost in all of the TaylorMade marketing, and I probably would never have given this set a try. I am very happy to have tried them and I am impressed with how easy they are to hit. I believe that TaylorMade has produced a winning iron that should catch the attention of middle to high handicappers when looking for something new to play. If you haven’t tried them, I would strongly suggest that you give them a try.