If you are a TaylorMade golf fan, you must have already used almost all the golf clubs of them. Each TaylorMade golf club is wonderful and performing well during each game for shot. For me, I would like to recommend two great golf irons to express my interest and experience with TaylorMade golf clubs. Both of them really gave me a large degree of improvment in game.
Some people may doubt why these 2 old series irons helped me a lot, but not the new TaylorMade SLDR Irons? As we all know, the new sldr iron set is regarded as the most forgiving iron set in the world. Most golf players including some golf pros have ever owned this set of clubs and all give excellent feedback on them. Yes, I know that. But I just want to remind the most golf players that you shall never forget the great feeling the old clubs brought you not just new ones.
It is said that 72 percent of all impacts with irons hit below center on the face of the club. Armed with this knowledge, they set out to design a set of irons club that have one of the biggest sweet spots in golf.
The first thing you’ll notice about the TaylorMade RocketBladez irons is the clubhead — it’s big, it’s thick, and it looks like it’s going to get in its own way. Nothing could be further from the truth, though. Inside that head is a specially designed polyurethane pocket (dubbed the Speed Pocket) that reduces weight and vibration, keeps debris to a minimum, and all without inhibiting the flex of the face of the club.
These irons are some of the most consistent you’ll ever hit because of that Speed Pocket and the big, forgiving face in front of it. They’re also long — for some golfers, alarmingly so. Compared with the RBZ irons, the TaylorMade burner 2.0 irons seem not so adjustable in face. But they have thinner faces The toplines are progressive. The shafts are specifically designed for each head. COR and MOI ratings have been maximized. And every iron has consistent distance gaps from one to the next. We took the #1 selling iron and made them even better.
The TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Iron Set consists of irons individually engineered, resulting in the enhancement of multiple club properties that promote distance, uniform distance-gaps, increased playability and better sound and feel. If you ask me which one of the 2 I like better, I think I would still choose the burner 2.0 irons. You can have a try in your next prctice or game.