Already a Taylormade fan, I choose my clubs was easy, but I wasn't sure if it should be the Burner 2.0 or the Rocketballz. A friend of mine bought the Burner 2.0 Irons and let me hit them. I noticed what a difference. The Burner 2.0s were about 10 yards futher and higher trajectory and felt very solid at impact. These irons made my game improves a lot. I have very good control of distance with every single Cheap golf clubs I hit with, Expecially with the pitching wedge.
After hiting the Burner 2.0 irons, I kept my previous Callaway RAZR X Tour Irons uk set and put them in the bag at my second home. They are good clubs, but there have been significant improvements with the Burner 2.0 irons: more GIRs (42% vs. 31%), crisp ball striking, more confidence because missed hits still seem to carry and they are significantly longer (think they must be slightly stronger in loft). The approach wedge has improved my ability to get close to the flag. Great clubs. Think I'll keep them.
I have been using cheap TaylorMade R11 Hybrid, and now trying to use the standard club is taking a little time to adjust. I am really liking the way that the clubs feel and I do make good contact with the balls. 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.
I am now confident of every iron shot. My hook turned back into a "baby draw" and these irons are seriously long due to the stronger lofts. I am now confident of any shot 200 yds (4 iron) down to 115 yds (GW). All shots feel solid and even off center shots go far. Not only are these the best looking irons out there, they are the best performing. 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.
Overall, the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons are great clubs, very solid feel compared to other brands I tried, they are forgiving but you can still work the ball to some degree. What stood out to me is the added distance. These clubs are freakishly long. Probably an extra 15-20 yards. I am at least a club longer and hit the ball higher which helps hold the greens. These clubs are great for short and medium hitters, they will definitely add distance. There are better alternatives for big hitters.