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Taylormade Burners, Burner 2.0's or Burner Plus irons?

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Hello everyone. This is my first post to the site so please bare with me. So I'm looking at purchasing some new irons and I've narrowed the selection down to the Taylor made Burner line. I've hit the 2009 burner 1.0 and they felt fantastic. Long, straight and lots of elevation. But I've also heard that the other Burner irons are also very good. I haven't hit them but I'm interested. I just want an iron that can give me consistent shots cause I'm playing some old crappy Wilson blades right now that are not the easiest to hit. Money is not really an issue but if there are only slight differences between the three, I would rather take the cheapest. Thanks for any responses!
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Oh and I'm open to any other clubs that fit the cheap GI iron description.
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What's stopping you from looking at the RBZ line of clubs? The RBZ irons are red-hot and I prefer the shape of the driver head on the RBZ to the Burner. All personal preference, of course but you could probably get a good price on some RBZ irons.

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I had the 09 burners and really liked them.  I don't know what the difference is with the 2.0's but the plus have a big offset that may or may not fit your eye.

You can get the 09 burners for $225 or so on ebay.  If you interested in a used set, PM me.

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You've probably already made the purchase, but I just bought a set of Burner Plus irons a month or so ago.  I hit the 2.0's and was not a fan.  The Burner Plus have larger heads and in my opinion are much easier to hit.  Perhaps a more skilled player would see the value in the 2.0 line, but for my money, Burner Plus is as good as it gets.  They've added yardage to each of my iron shots, which was consistent with all the reviews I read.  Best of luck mate.

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