TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Video Response

http://www.4golfonline.com/taylormade-m-37.html This is a video response to MrTheHook who asked the question Might sound like a daft question but with the faces being very thin are they liable to wear out quicker than normal iron faces that are thicker ? and also, wont the black scratch easily with off centre hits ?

9 thoughts on “TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Video Response

  1. heyy Mark, i really am thinking of buying these clubs as a set, but as
    people say the r11’s are made for the lower handicapper, is it the same as
    these? could anyone reccomend a range of handicap to suit this club?

  2. Hi Mark Devon here from B.C I ‘am a 7 handicap and have just purchased the
    burner 2.0 club set i can hit the driver over 300+ consistently straight
    and irons distance is phenomenal with my old paradise irons i would have to
    hit on a par 3 210 yrds a 5 iron with the burner 2.0 i can use a strong 7
    or a nice and controlled 6 i will admit they have cut my game by 4-5
    strokes each game so thank you for recommending these clubs oh and im only
    15. also huge fan of the videos since first year at 13.

  3. @swsinger The Titleist 910 driver does have a dark finish and will be
    interesting how it ages. I think it will scratch and look worn very

  4. What iron would you recommend for a 12 handicapper who hits the ball very
    high? I am currently playing with cobra forged irons from 98 So need an
    update. Also distance wise i am hitting a pw/9 150 yards. Thank you in

  5. Yea, i’ve seen this on the taylormade cgb max, a nasty looking white spot
    in the size of a golf ball right in the middle of the face. Do you think
    the new 910 are going to have the same problem? Because this is kinda a
    turn off

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