The TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons are used by golfers of all levels. Constructed with the philosophy that each individual iron is unique, rather than part of a set, TaylorMade believes that the Burner 2.0 irons provide longer and more accurate shots with each club. All irons are available in both left- and right-hand sets.
The Taylormade Burner 2.0 3-iron contains a loft of 19-degrees. Lofts increase in increments of 3 degrees until the 7-iron, which is 31 degrees. The 8-iron is 35 degrees, and then lofts increase in increments of 5 degrees for the rest of the set, up to the lob wedge.
The 3-iron comes with a lie angle of 60.75 degrees, while the 4-iron is 61.5 degrees. Lie angles increase in increments of 0.5 degrees until the wedges, which are all 64.5 degrees.
Taylormade Burner 2.0 irons are all offset to varying degrees. Irons 3 through 5 range in offset from 6.5 degrees to 5.4 degrees. Irons 6 through 8 range from 4.8 degrees to 3.4 degrees. Irons 9 through lob wedge range from 2.7 degrees to 1.0 degrees.
The 3-iron is 39.5 inches. Subsequent clubs decrease at increments of .75 inches to .5 inches through the lob wedge, which is 35 inches.
The 3-iron through approach wedge come with swing weights of D3.5. The sand wedge and lob wedge have a swing weight of D5.
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