Should I Upgrade From 1.0 To Taylor Made Burner 2.0?
Whenever new and "improved" versions of clubs come out, you have to wonder if it's really worth the money, and time it takes to adjust to a new set of clubs. To answer the question if you should upgrade to the new Taylor Made Burner 2.0's, you have to know what it is you're trying to get out of the club.
Improved can mean a lot of things for different golfers. Do you need more distance? Do you want better stopping action? Are you looking for better feel off the club head?
Knowing ahead of time what you want to improve will determine if upgrading will solve that problem. And the only way you're going to know for sure is to go out and test the club at the range. But for now, we can see what other golfers think of the clubs.
Taylor Made 2.0 Burner Irons Reviews.
Here are opinions from other golfers in the same predicament as you. This should give you an idea on whether or not upgrading to the new 2.0's is for you.
What Other Golfers Say About The Taylor Made Burner 2.0
- If you're looking for a new look, well the answer is obvious. Chrome head vs Gun Metal black finish. It's personal preference here.
- The shorter irons in the Burner 2.0's have little smaller heads than the Burner 1.0's, and a little less off-set.
- The Burner 2.0 feels "harder" when struck well
- The R7 feel better than the Burner 1.0. But, the Burner 2.0 are a different story. They are the best Game Improvement Irons. They play 1/2 like GI irons and 1/2 like Players irons.
- The Burner 2.0 irons have a slightly higher ball flight than the Burner 1.0's
- The balance and feel throughout the set has greatly improved from the Burner 1.0's
- Compared to other Game Improvement Irons, a golfer claims he had an easier time hitting high straight shots, as well as high draws and fades.
- It has a "softish" forged feel
- One golfer says there is no comparison between the Taylor Made Burner 1.0 ('09) to the 2.0 (2011). The Burner 2.0 (2011) are light years ahead.
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Source: summarized from forum posts TM Burner Irons -- 1.0 VS 2.0 and Taylor Made Burner 2.0 Irons
From listening to other golfers, it seems that TaylorMade has improved their Burner Irons to satisfy most golfers. Again, the only way to know if it's worth the $800 + msrp price tag is to compare them yourself.