Best TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons
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Best TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons
By tiiy on Aug 31, 2012 05:52 AM
When it comes to choosing irons, better players tend to choose bladed clubs, not the beginners. You do hurry to pick the right irons and want to save money too. You can consider TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons.
The best TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons build on the success of the original Burner irons to provide golfers with individually designed high performance golf clubs throughout the set. These new sticks incorporate several subtle performance enhancements into the same spec package (lofts and shaft length) as the original.
TaylorMade have developed that concept further with the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons with each club designed individually to promote uniform distance gaps and delivering a feel and sound that satisfies with each shot. A refined vibration management system also develops the feel and sound of each club.
The multi-material badge on the back of the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 is also an upgrade over the original Burner's. "It has a softer material integrated with the aluminum which gives it better dampening, in terms of managing vibration," Wahl says. "And in the long-irons, there is a stiff nylon layer of material that you can't see that really helps to improve the sound."
For instance, the set has a distinct size progression—long irons have the largest heads, thickest toplines and widest soles; golf clubs for salemore 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.
Re: Best TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons
By salejue on Sep 28, 2012 02:50 AM
Review on Ping K15 Irons
One of the key features of the Ping K15 Irons is that the K15 Hybrids have been designed to blend in with the irons, which go up to 5 iron. This offers a direct replacement to the 3 to 6 irons in the K15 set, but it can also be bought as a stand alone hybrid. The K15 hybrids look and play more like and iron than a wood and are available in numbers 3-6 so for higher handicappers we would recommend using the 3 and 4 hybrid and then swapping in the 5 or 6 depending on which you feel more comfortable with as they both perform equally well and are a good match for each other.
If you are a mid to low handicap that has a fade or plays a slice, then the Ping K15 Irons for sale are a wise choice for you. The offset hosel paired with the design for lower spin will give you more control and allow you to hit the ball further than you are used to. These can help to improve your game if you are not already shooting in the low 80s or better.
It was hard to see how Ping could add a set to their range that was more forgiving than the G15. But the Ping K15 Irons online achieve this with enormous heads and extremely wide soles that combine to produce hybrid-like performance. The heads are so big that they even make it easy to line up at the intended target. These will prove a godsend for anyone who struggles to get the ball airborne. The ball flies so high that is also stops extremely quickly. These are probably the most forgiving golf clubs for sale you can find on the market.
The K15 irons allow golfers to enjoy a consistent and high trajectory throughout the set with the inclusion of strengthened lofts while golfers can enjoy complete flexibility by choosing to replace the 5 and 6 irons with the 5 and 6 K15 hybrids to create an iron set that is comfortable enough to give you confidence on every shot.
I was particularly impressed by the UW (utility) wedge, with its more rounded toe and dark, gunmetal look that helps to ooze confidence for those scoring shots from 100 yards in. Confirming completely with the revised R&A groove rules the Ping K15 Irons outlet feature a larger clubhead to improve forgiveness and deliver a complete game improvement club.
Those that should play the Ping K15 irons are those that are struggling with their longer irons or want increased distance. If you are getting to that point where you cannot keep up with your son or anybody else that you play with that is younger than you, then you can switch to a better set of equipment to allow for more distance in your game.