TaylorMade Burner Superlaunch Irons
Released June, 2009
The Pros:The long irons have an extremely wide sole that helps them work through the turf effectively. Thick topline, which is reassuring and helps high-handicappers and slow swingers hit straight shots more easily. Powerful impact sensation.
The Cons:Slower swinging golfers may not realize the full benefit of these clubs.
TaylorMade's Burner Superlaunch Irons are a higher-end set of game-improvement clubs with several features that increase the overall range of the shot. These include a low centre of gravity, longer shaft lengths and head/shaft weight distribution.
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The clubs have a very high launch trajectory that, when combined with the other features, can help to compensate for slower swings. These clubs also allow maximum forgiveness through an oversized head and a large offset. In theory, the club allows for relatively consistent distance even on mishits. Available irons are 3- through nine, plus three wedges (pitching, sand, approach).
- Very forgiving
- High trajectory
- Wide base
- Large offset
- Oversized club heads
- Thick topline
- Ideal for game improvement
- Stainless steel
User Reviews (2)
The long irons have an extremely wide sole that helps them work through the turf effectively
Thick topline, which is reassuring and helps high-handicappers and slow swingers hit straight shots more easily
Powerful impact sensation
Nothing too distracting visually
Long irons aren't too challenging to hit
Slower higher handicap golfers should benefit from these irons
Slower swinging golfers may not realize the full benefit of these clubs
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