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I have owned this set for a year already. Before I purchased this set, I demo-ed many different brands from Adams to Ping. I felt that for the price and control that these irons gave me was a it perfect fit for me. My friend bought the Taylor Made LCG. The LCG has a bigger face/head but I felt less control the the Burner Tours. The Tours had a better feel. This is an amazing set of irons. I own 1-PW and I had not regret in paying extra for the 1 and 2 irons. I choose steel shaft because I like to drive the ball off the tee and I felt irons were a better choice. I tried out graphite but I didn't feel I had the control.
Buy this set.
WARNING: USING THESE CLUBS WILL MAKE YOU HIT THE BALL FURTHER AND STRAIGHTER. USE CAUTION. I must admit I was skeptical when I went into a local golf shop looking for new irons. I figured: How much of a difference can expensive irons really make? I wanted a top name brand, so I checked out the Taylor Mades. I was intrigued by the new Firesole irons, but figured I didn't need a top of the line club, just something significantly better than what I had. They had the "regular" Taylor Made Burner irons on sale for $500 (down from $650) because it is last year's version and no longer top of the line. It seemed like a good deal, so I went for it. No regrets. I've been hitting my irons better than ever before, and I have no doubt that it's the clubs. The first couple rounds I played with them, I kept hitting the ball over the greens and I couldn't figure out why. Well, it's the clubs. They add at least one club length to every shot and keep the ball much straighter. I'm now hitting my 8 iron 150 yards instead of my 7 iron. My tee shots on par threes are hitting the greens consistently, and I no longer fear the 190 tee shot. I'd recommend buying last year's Burners (instead of this year's Firesoles) if you're a good, but not great, player. Someone who consistently breaks 100 but can't get past 90. They have the advantage of being cheaper (by a couple hundred bucks), and they aren't as heavy at the head. The heavier head makes the Burners better than a cheaper club, but the Firesoles may go too far. The extra weight may throw off your swing. Buy the Burners and say goodbye to the 90s.
Just bought these irons. The only bad thing that I must say about them is that I have to learn to adjust to the new distance. They are effortless to hit and travel anywhere from 5-10 yards further. even a miss hit still produces good results. Great irons.
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