Best Golf Irons Reviews

The Best Golf Irons Reviews Blog

TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons Review

Rating: 5 (out of 5)
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS

TaylorMade Burner Plus ironsThe TaylorMade Burner Plus range of irons was first released in 2008, and the whole range was designed and intended to be forgiving and easy to hit. When you take your stance and stand over the ball and look down on the club head you will immediately get that confidence from the way the club lines up with the ball.

The TaylorMade Burner Plus was designed to promote distance and swing speed while the advanced perimeter weighing system used delivers extremely high MOI (moment of inertia), both of which make the irons ideal for the mid to high handicappers. However, the huge face means more forgiveness so amateur golfers can also use these irons.

Overview of the Burner Plus irons

Click here to see what others are saying about the Burner Plus irons…

Main design features of the TaylorMade Burner Plus irons

SuperFast technology – this feature is exclusive to TaylorMade golf clubs and involves the use of the lightest materials available for the golf clubs. The design consists of a lighter shaft, grips and metal.

Some of the saved weight is expertly re-arranged in the design to produce lower center of gravity and higher moment of inertia. The irons also feature a wide, beveled multi-functional sole plate which provides additional weight in the club head for a deep, low center of gravity and better playability.

TaylorMade Burner Plus irons review

TaylorMade Inverted Cone Technology – this consists of an inverted cone directly milled into the club face’s back for a dramatic variation in face thickness. Inverted cone technology helps you achieve greater distance and minimizes the number of miss-hits. It was originally limited to TaylorMade drivers but has since moved to TaylorMade irons after the introduction of the TaylorMade Burner Plus irons.

Multifunctional sole

TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons are fitted with a multi-functional sole. It is beveled in the back which makes it easier to play out different lies while achieving consistent results. This designs also contributes to a deeper, lower center of gravity making launches easy. The Burner Plus Irons have a recessed toe and heel. The advanced perimeter weighing technology also produces a significant increase in forgiveness and offers a higher MOI.

Vibration management – these irons were the first to offer the new TaylorMade vibration and sound control system which provides better sound and feel. This inspires confidence in new players as you do not have to do too much work before achieving a smooth and consistent swing.

Range of TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons with their degrees of loft

  • LW: 60 degrees
  • SW: 55 degrees
  • AW:50 degree
  • PW: 45 degrees
  • 9-Iron: 40 degrees
  • 8-Iron: 36 degrees
  • 7-Iron: 32 degrees
  • 6-Iron: 28 degrees
  • 5-Iron : 25 degrees
  • 4-iron: 22 degrees
  • 3-iron: 19 degrees

Shaft material and flex

The TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons are available in a number of configurations. There are men’s TaylorMade-Burner-Plus-irons-1airons a well as women’s irons. You can either choose a steel or graphite shaft when making the purchase. The graphite shafts are available in Stiff, Regular and Light flexes while the steel ones are only offered in Stiff and Regular flex. The graphite shafts are lighter and offer more flex choices that steel but you may have to spend a little more if you intend to use them.

Final thoughts on the TaylorMade Burner Plus irons

If you are looking to achieve a single digit handicap via increased ball height and distance, then the Burner Plus Irons may just be your ticket towards achieving that goal. They provide exceptional feel and will allow the better players to shape the ball better. The TaylorMade Burner Plus irons have been really well designed and made, and offer good value for money too.

Click here to purchase the Burner Plus irons on Amazon.com…

 

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS

Share and Enjoy

Back to Top