If you ask me which TaylorMade Irons I like most, I would surely speak TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons out. Most people may think burner 2.0 has been an old series of TaylorMade irons. But I do prefer it, and I have played golf with them for about 3 years. Each time I used them either for tournament or practice, they do fit me well and give me excellent feelings. The most important is that I really enjoed my game with them.
Though there are now many new TaylorMade irons coming out, such as the Tour Preferred 2014 MB, CB, MC irons and the SLDR Irons, I still prefer the old burner 2.0. Taylormade Golf has made quite a good improvement over their previous model of Burner Irons. The balance and feel throughout the set has greatly improved in my opinion, and with the new blackened steel and chromed look, their new appearance is quite striking.
A much thinner top line, with an improved sole width as well as shorter from heel to toe exudes confidence rarely seen in a superior G I irons such as these. I found the tendency to hit high straight to slight draws or high fades quite easy compared to other irons in this G I category. A very solid performer with that soft forged feel.
Compared with the taylormade burner 2.0 irons, the new Tour Preferred series iron set seems to be much more forgiving. The taylormade tour preferred mb irons 2014’s shape is classic and compact, with a thin top-line and minimal offset. At the request of the many Tour pros we consulted during the prototype phase, the sole has minimal camber. Taylormade tour preferred mc irons 2014 combines a player's shape with a shallow "muscle cavity" to boost MOI, creating an unparalleled blend of beauty, feel, workability and stability.
Tour Preferred CB is a full-fledged cavity back that maintains the shape of a player's iron and the elegant look of a blade when set-up behind the ball. That helps make the taylormade tour preferred cb irons 2014 one of the longest player's iron that TaylorMade has ever created. Short-iron heads are compact with minimal offset, while the long and middle iron heads are slightly larger with progressive offset for more stability and easier launch.
A friend of mine is now using the Tour Preferred CB irons and feeling very excited on the progress each time they brought him. And I am always thinking to have a competition with him taking my burner irons. A small fight will open between us, I am looking forward to it.