TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons
Released December, 2010
The Pros:Increased distance on short irons. Produces consistent distance output- 12 yards between irons. Easy to hit- forgiving on shots that aren't struck well.
The Cons:The lightweight graphite shafts may be to flimsy for some golfers.
TaylorMade Burner 2.0 is a set of high-end golf irons meant to ensure optimal performance by way of unique treatment given to each individual iron; each iron's loft and shaft length is specifically tuned to each individual iron.
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Meanwhile, each Burner 2.0 iron sports a different face thickness and CG location to ensure that each iron performs as it is meant to.
Each Burner 2.0 iron's shaft has a different length and kick point--long irons have their kick points lower, short irons higher--as well as individual lofts matched together for optimal performance. Likewise, each Burner 2.0 iron has a different face thickness--long irons sport thinner faces for more ball speed and distance. Additionally, each Burner 2.0 iron has its own weight distribution (for example, the pitching wedge has a higher CG to help control its loft), also to ensure ideal performance.
- Each iron's loft and shaft length is specifically tuned to each individual iron
- Unique face thicknesses
- Varying CG locations
- Sound System design
- Inverted Cone Technology
- Unique head shapes
- Reduced ground resistance
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Increased distance on short irons
Produces consistent distance output- 12 yards between irons
Easy to hit- forgiving on shots that aren't struck well
Stronger lofts will produce increased distance
Vibration-management system reduces the sting on missed shots
low kick point gets the ball up in the air in a hurray- maximum carry distance
The lightweight graphite shafts may be to flimsy for some golfers
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