TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons | Golf Club Review
TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons | Golf Club Review


When a film come out in Hollywood and it’
really successful there’s one thing that’s guaranteed, there’s going to be a sequel.
Say Pirates of the Caribbean, I saw Pirates of the Caribbean 4 the other day, Well when
the TaylorMade Burner 2009 iron came out it was so successful they had to make another
one and so was born the TaylorMade 2.0 iron. Difference from the TaylorMade Burner 2009
iron, it’s got a different look, much darker on the head, nice light face though but quite
similar in other ways and in lots of other aspects. What TaylorMade have done in the
2009 and these 2.0 irons they’ve tried to make the different clubs suit the difference
aspects of the game. Long irons, mid irons and short irons. For instance in their long
irons, the head is bigger, the sole is wider, the top line is wider, there’s more offset,
shafts are longer, shafts are a little bit longer. The faces are designed to give you
a hit throughout the face and maximum forgiveness. In the mid irons the offsets a little bit
less, the soles a little bit thinner, again the top line is thinner. So the mid irons
are like the long irons but a little less forgiving. Then when you get to the scoring
irons, 8, 9, wedge offset is very minimal top line is thin, they look like a real classic
iron. Still with the TaylorMade cavity, they are going to allow you, they are going to
be easy to hit. So following on the success of the TaylorMade Burner 2009 iron here’s
the TaylorMade burner 2.0. SO if you like the dark look and you like the whole philosophy
of having different irons for you long game, mid iron game and your short game then these
irons might be the ones for you. We’ve got a whole selection on Golfbidder, graphite
shafts, steel shafts, so check them out and enjoy them.

1 thought on “TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons | Golf Club Review”

  1. PAGE 37 CREATIONS says:

    He flips you off @1:49

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