Straight away I liked the look of them, the contrasting coloured metals and line on the face make them easy to line up at address. The first time you try these irons on the course you could find yourself over-clubbing a lot. The 4 iron is sweet!! I actually just got done hitting them today at the local golfsmith since a buddy of mine is picking up a set. I broke 100 two times with the wilsons. My previous clubs were a mishmash of clubs all good but not together. While not being the most important factor that the majority of golfers would look for in an iron.
Its maltby ratings are low enough to give it a conventional rating. The reason you are hitting the ball tothe left is because these irons are nearly 2 degrees more upright on the lie angles of a newer club and nearly 3 degrees on the older clubs you had. To give a little background for those who might have missed it, back in early July, I went out to the TaylorMade Performance Lab over at Grand Cypress for a custom golf club fitting. I had rented a set of R7 steel stiff clubs in Kauai and had a great time. Maybe get a stiff shaft if your swingning hard. Keep in mind the Burner Plus aren't bad! Had it not been for the stunning performance of the , the Burner 09 irons would have walked away with the top honour - it's just a brilliant set from a manufacturer that continues to improve on previous models. The rectangle closest to the head furthest to the right with the handle on the left and the head on the right is yellow.
The SuperFast technology, light and long shafts and light grips promote faster swing speed for increased distance, while a large clubface with Inverted Cone technology means that even if you hit it out the toe you'll get away with it! Despite that though, we still feel that there are probably slightly more forgiving irons out there from TaylorMade. The look and feel of these clubs won't appeal to everyone - they are quite light, so much so that my bag is markedly lighter than with my old clubs. You are showing us not even half the picture, so answers to your question are a wild guess. Dad is not as happy as I am. The Burner Plus irons are a fantastic starter's club. Once you get used to the weight and get a feel for the clubs, it probably wouldn't be too difficult for most golfers, even higher handicappers, to start hitting reasonably consistent shots, and playing better golf.
Or if you play them on your home course from longer tees. They have a deep cavity which they are not the prettiest clubs out there , but hit great. Some range time will help you determine the average yardage you hit each of the clubs in the set. After playingÂ another round with the , I can say with little or no hesitation that these irons are well worth the investment. I find I can hit straighter shots but not always in the right direction. From to other TaylorMade reviews.
So, forgiveness was the watchword in the 4-iron, accuracy the key in the mid-iron and responsiveness in the short-iron. I think you first need to find out your true handicap. Shot my personal best score in Senior League last week knocking my former record by 4 strokes! As always, I tested the TaylorMade Burner Plus irons that came with the graphite shafts. You'll also note the deep undercut back of the Burner Plus. My swing is not consistent enough to go in there and hit clubs yet. A capable golfer who knows what they're doing should certainly be able to achieve some good results.
Okay, so maybe I booked a tee time on our anniversary. In my experience granted, I have an odd swing for a 6-8 handicap , Maltby's ratings really have no direct correlation to the forgiveness a club will have. Those of you that have played blades your whole life are not going to know what to do. Specs Designed with those having a mid-high handicap at least a 10 in mind, TaylorMade's line of Burner Plus irons typically consists of a 3 iron to 9 iron, with four different types of wedges available. Plus, the light shaft is sure to accelerate swing speed for those looking to speed up their swings.
They are targeted at mid- to high-handicap golfers with swing speeds between 65 and 100 mph or so. The end result of the Inverted Cone was more distance resulting from mishits. A new technology, labeledÂ SuperFast Technology was created and incorporated into the new TaylorMade Burner 2009 Irons. I simply want to pick up a decent set for now so I can work on my swing and actually hitting the ball. These irons are a bargain at twice the price!! I was able to easily hit a draw on command, although I found that it was much harder to hit an intentional fade or slice. Maybe I should rephrase my question, I didnt post this question to get people arguing on what is good, best, better, etc. It may not directly answer why you slice in the draw position, but it does provide info on the forces in play and how weighting works in relation to the impact location.
Does anyone know what this is intended to discribe? For those lacking some distance off the fairway and out of the rough, the Burner Plus irons should help solve that problem. This set includes hybrids which are even more forgiving then these Burners, and way more forgiving than my girlfriend. I definitely need to pick up a set for myself! Bought these as a gift for my brother and he loves them! He used tape and determined that I was was hitting with the tow up, so he added a 2 deg. Ive always heard how forgiving they where. Forgiveness wise though the Burner Plus irons do perform reasonably well, admittedly the ball didn't always go where it was intended. Personally I am extremely happy with my new purchase and can't wait to get them out on the course. I hate the look and hate the feel even more.