TaylorMade AEROBURNER Irons Review

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Robert Potter says:

Oooooh…….Dobby likes! They will deffo annihilate the RSi irons.
You could say the RSi1&2 were going against the Callaway Apex & Apex Pro,
plus the the XR Range.
The AeroBurner has now said “Screw you Callaway! I’m gonna take on Big
Bertha AND the XR for sheer distance!”
This again, is a Club War between arguably the two most commercial
manufacturers in golf right now.
Big with Cobra waiting in the wings! 

Cornwall1888 says:

I can already tell by the name the shafts will be an inch longer than
standard and it will be jacked up 3 degrees. This isn’t progress it’s
changing the number on the bottom.

Show me a club which goes 10 yards further with normal specs and I’ll be

James Shuford says:

So if all the irons fly farther, how many gap wedges would you need with
these clubs? I can’t wait till 2047 when the longest iron in my bag is a 9
iron and I carry 7 gap wedges. Everyone will think I’m so cool!

C Rennehan says:

I don’t understand all of the complaints about distance. Not everyone is
able to hit the ball far, there are people out there who want to gain
distance in all of their clubs, rather it be that their swing speed has
become slower with time or an injury. If you don’t want the distance being
produced by these clubs, then there are so many other options on the market
that still offer “traditional” (though there are no standards in irons)
lofts and lengths. Options are key to be able to cater to the wide variety
of golfers of all sizes and all ages. 

Tom Cooke says:

Rick I’ve just rewatched your review of the Srixon z945 irons. Bladed 6
iron at 29* (still strong for even a 6 iron) you were launching it around
the same as the Aeroburner iron in this video, maybe even a degree higher.
Spinning around the same and carrying it around the same on good strikes.
How you can say these are high launching I don’t know.

Carl Broadbent says:

Quick question rick if your natural shot is a straight draw? Do you use
that shoot knowing the ball will come round or do you adjust you target
line to allow for the curve of the ball. Looking at your review on mini
driver and irons you shot flight looks similar. 

Jason Little says:

Everyone is slagging off the jacked up lofts but surely we need to be
comparing the peak height etc and if this is comparable to another
‘industry standard ish’ 7 loft then they have more weight behind there
Good review though Rick, you said it as it was. Out of curiosity, would you
say the top quality ball resulted in a little more carry? 

Stephen Butler says:

With all the strong lofts it’s almost to the point where you can get fit,
find relevant distances for a club and forget about the club number in a
traditional sense. Which to me sounds perfectly fine if it helps my game.
Stunning backdrop too!

Zigeuner Bengel says:

Rick sums it up perfectly:” It’s for the guy, who wants to hit it further
than his mates”. The best way to market these clubs would be to start at a
6i all the way down to a super lob wedge with 56°. You hit a sandwedge
100yards? I just used my lob wedge. 

Tom Edwards says:

+Rick Shiels PGA – When you’re back home, can you pick your 5 favourite
irons of the moment – bend them to the same degrees… then grip down so
you’re hitting them all from the same length shaft (get a metre rule or
something so you can measure hand placement) – then test them on GC2….
Lets see which brands ideas & innovations (MOI / Slots o Clock / etc) are
working rather than just playing with the physics of moment of a force
(shaft length) and the degrees of loft…

Fair test, here we come…

PS – great to see you play Cypress Lakes – that lad has many tekkers.

scedab says:

I bet they have fantastic sandwiches in Australia

TheGolfdaily says:

190 carry for a 7 iron?

That sounds illegal !!!!

If I take this iron to the course tomorrow, it will completely screw up my

I would normally use a 5 (or even a 4 iron) for 190 carry.
My question is, Is this 7 iron as easy to hit as my mizuno mp 62 7 iron?

Parks37 says:

It’s likely that guys needing an extra 5 deg’s of loft to get a 7i up with
their buddies, won’t have the fastest swing speed in the world. If you hand
them a 37″ steel shafted 29.5 degree club, no matter what number it says on
the bottom they are still going to struggle with distance and control. Rob
the 13 handicapper has good enough swing / speed to see a huge benefit from
them. But I would estimate that as the swing speed and ability go down, so
does the improvement. Where would the money be best spent, $1000 AUD on
irons or a lesson every 4 weeks for half a year?

Paul Broadbent says:

Rick I have Ping i20 irons and I seem to be pulling my shots left.Could
this be due to the offset?

Paul Gainey says:

Sweet. I’m flying to Brisbane on Thursday. Looks a great facility. Loving
the burners. I have the 2013 Burner OS and an older 3wood. Love them to

kittykeroppi says:

I don’t understand all the fuss about “jacked up lofts”. The recent
advancements have been low CG, high launch etc. etc. If the lofts are not
“jacked up”, the ball will just launch to the sky. If club makers release
this set of clubs, those same people who complain about “jacked up lofts”
will label these sky-high clubs as “stupid, useless” or what not.

Strat TelePaul says:

These clubs are made to go left Rick just like the Aeroburner woods.
Taylormade thinks everybody that needs distance help is also a slicer. They
have been wrong for years.

TheSnuggleupagus says:

29.5 degrees is not a 7 iron. That’s damn near the loft of my 712 ap2 5

Rick Shiels PGA says:

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Check out my latest review filmed at Golf Central Brisbane

Wes Smiley says:

I got really confused when you said you weren’t in Trafford golf center.
Good Video Mate!

Zigeuner Bengel says:

43* PW lol, that’s bullshit

Pete Lagunas says:

These do not help the high handicap golfers , making shafts an inch longer
makes it harder .

penguinbmx says:

I don’t get it. Every is getting longer but doesn’t that create bigger gaps
in your bag?

Austin Tara says:

Wow that’s as strong as a 6 iron

xShadowWolfe says:

So a 7 iron is more like a 6 iron with 29* of loft? Either way hitting a “7
iron” 190+ yards is awesome to watch. You hit that 7 iron as far as my 4
hybrid goes. 

brendos444 says:

Rick looks like you’ve been enjoying some beers and wines and possibly some
of the local seafood! 

keith green says:

Clubs are on steroids, hate to see the 4 and 5 irons

TheGamingSpud says:

7 iron = 29.5°. Farce 

Hao Li says:

welcome to Brisbane 

Andy M says:

Weird it looks like your in a computer game. Very cool.

Guinard Benjamin says:

Thanks for your good work Rick !

burner1954 says:

Thanks for the review Rick! I see TM is at it again and I don’t see the
point of introducing all of these lines within months of each other? It’s
bordering on the point of being counter productive! I understand the
face/speed slots and the 360 cup face technology from Callaway but enough
is enough! I’ll keep watching though just to get your take and Rob’s
opinion but I’m sticking with my Rocketbladez’s!!!

michandcat says:

Hey Rick, PLEASE compare these to the Ping Karsten irons!! Would be quite a
head to head matchup and give your viewers an opportunity to see you review
a set you never got around to. Thanks and keep up the great work. 

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