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PostSubject: TaylorMade Burner 2.0 shaft has a different kick point   Tue Nov 06, 2012 10:43 pm

I got these Burner 2.0s(http://www.salegolfsupply.com/TaylorMade-Burner-20-Irons-sale-1131.html) to replace my TaylorMade Super Steel irons that I have played for a long, long time. I thought that maybe I needed to get up to date technology wise and enjoy the benefits that new irons would bring. Well, after 3 rounds and several range sessions, I'm not sure that I've made a good decision.

With the new irons I'm experiencing much more difficulty in just hitting a straight solid shot consistently. I'm much more likely to slice it now even with short irons, that just didn't happen before. It seems I have to be much more conscious of getting the face closed now. Every new TaylorMade Burner 2.0 has been engineered to be long. The face is thinner. The toplines are progressive. The shafts are specifically designed for each head. COR and MOI ratings have been maximized. And every iron has consistent distance gaps from one to the next. We took the #1 selling iron and made them even better.

Every iron has a different face thickness. The thinner the face, the more ball speed and distance the iron can produce - incredibly important for long irons. The burner 2.0 irons have perfect distance gaps from one iron to the next, because we tuned the loft of every head and the length of every shaft for each individual iron. The irons have been uniquely tuned to produce a sound to match the power (feel) of each club.

Every Burner 2.0 iron has its own weight distribution. And every club has been shaped differently, so we've repositioned and reshaped the Inverted Cone behind every face to maximize distance and forgiveness. Because every iron has a different task we have shaped each iron differently - larger heads for long irons, more compact heads for scoring clubs. The sole of each iron has been shaped to reduce turf resistance to achieve the perfect balance between sole geometry and performance. Lastly, every burner 2.0 shaft has a different kick point - the longer the iron the lower the kick point.

Main Features of TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons:
1. Each iron individually engineered, resulting in the enhancement of multiple club properties that promote distance, uniform distance-gaps, increased playability and better sound and feel
2. Multi-Functional Sole lowers the CG and reduces turf-drag to make it easy to launch shots high and long, while the Inverted Cone in each clubface is strategically sized and shaped
3. CG location in each head is precision-placed to optimize long-, middle- and short-iron flight; high-COR faces promote fast ball speed for long distance in the long-irons
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