Well designed100% agree
Easy to hit with100% agree
Good feel100% agree
Extra distance irons
I hit the TM 2.0 back in 2009 and was impressed with the distance. I kept hitting my Pings until now and getting older and losing club head speed I was losing distance. I bought the used 2.0 to gain distance and it's worked out well. I've gained about 10 yds on each iron over the Pings. This set was perfect (5-9) because I didn't want a graphite wedge and I hit 3-4 hybrids. A nice surprise were the brand new Winn grips. The faces on the 8-9 irons were a little worn but grooves were OK. Negative feedback and loss of distance on toe hits was minimal which was an extra bonus. If you're looking for more distance in your irons and don't want to spend $1000 to get it consider TM 2.0's with graphite shafts. Awesome ironsRead full review...
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Taylormade Burner 2.0
The Taylormade Burner 2.0 irons are an excellent set of clubs for the mid handicap to beginning player. These clubs inspire confidence and are easy to hit through the bag. The club lofts are strong so you will hit the ball one club farther. Plenty of quality used sets still on line.Read full review...
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taylormade 2.0 burner irons, the best
Great set of clubs for any player. Very forgiving and long. I always can go back to these when I not hitting the newer models of taylor made. Great buy, will always recommend these to anyone that is looking for a set of irons. RossRead full review...
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Taylor made burner 2.0
These clubs are great. Forgiving and easy to hit. Glad I made the purchase.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: touredge
Love these itons
Irons were in excellent condition very happy with the product
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: texpaint
Nice clubs almost new condition
These are very nice clubs. Great feel, and play very good.
I'm glad I bought
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: globalgolf
These irons are great. They are a 1 1/2 clubs longer than my previous titliest irons. They are very forgiving and have a tremendous feel at contact. I would absolutely recommend.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: cablue1000
PLAYABILITY: Short irons can be manipulated to hit shots high or low; rounded soles are nimble enough to pick balls off tight lies, soft fairways or sand.
ACCURACY/FORGIVENESS: Several testers believe shots hardly waver in flight (little sidespin) and go where you aim.
DISTANCE CONTROL: Well-struck shots produce expected, repeatable distances; shorter hitters receive a boost from lighter shafts and lively face.
FEEL: Center hits provide a soft, compressed, almost weightless feel.
LOOK: Thick topline says easy to hit; single white groove on bottom of clubface aids alignment while red and white diagrams on grip assist, too.
Lightweight graphite shafts feel too light and flexible for some testers; many testers experience little workability left or right throughout set.
From Sports Illustrated Golf+ (February 7, 2011)
The irons were engineered to deliver legendary Burner distance and more playability, and refinements to the Burner 2.0 vibration-management system improve sound and feel.
From Golf Magazine (December 2010)
The current Burner iron is widely known as a big-hitting iron, due in part to stronger lofts and longer shafts (particularly in long irons) than other models. Now comes Burner 2.0 to take its place.
These new sticks incorporate several subtle performance enhancements into the same spec package (lofts and shaft length) as the original. For instance, the set has a distinct size progression—long irons have the largest heads, thickest toplines and widest soles; more compact short irons have the narrowest toplines and sole widths. Thinner clubfaces (up to 5 percent) than in Burner irons deliver faster ball speed—and higher flight—for added distance. Recessed areas along the heel and toe are intended to reduce turf drag for crisper contact.
Look for Burner 2.0 to gain its own loyal following based on overall distance output, reliable directional control and improved feel.
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Finish scracthes easy if you hit on the toe.
I was an avid golfer up in till five years ago, had major foot problems. This August I decided to start playing again. Ibought a very used set of Cleveand TA7's senior shaft due to age and the foot just to see how I would do. After finding out I could play again I bought a set of the Burner 2.0 senior shaft. The distance was slightly shorter than the TA7, even though the lofts are lower on the Taylor made clubs. My problem with the clubs there isn't one person writing a review on the Gun Metal clubs saying what happens to the face if you miss a shot and hit it on the toe, well it scratches it up. I know it was my fault, but one miss shot to the toe of the gun metal down to the original metal. So needless to say I wasn't to please if you are going to spend that kind of money for clubs the are manufactured in China you need to have better quality control and test it better before you sell it. Pro's are the people testing these clubs and they hit it in the middle, amateurs don't. So keep this in mind if you sometimes hit on the toe you are going to scracth up the finish and you will be upset thinking the manufacture could have been better for the price. Last thought if I could find a set of Cleveland TA7 in better shape than what I got I would buy them and would sell the Taylor Made.Read full review...