2-iron down to the 9-iron, a Pitching Wedge, a Sand Wedge, and a 61* Wedge, so along with the Burner woods it was 14 matching clubs. I just wish it had the putter as well.
These appear to be too old for the PGA ValueGuide site, but I did find them listed on the ironfinder.com site. I'm curious how the lofts on these compare to newer clubs, 2iron at 19*, 3 at 22*, 4 at 25*, 5 at 29*, 6 at 33*, 7 at 37*, 8 at 41*, 9 at 45*, PW at 50*, SW unknown, and the Wedge wedge at 61*. I think below the dirt and dust they have a black colored dot which would make them standard lay (lie?, angle?). I hade my Tour Edge Bazooka clubs with me in the car so I put the 5-irons next to each other and the TM was about an inch longer than the TE club. The 2, 3, and 4 irons are hollow, the rest are muscle back. Most have the original grips still on them with a couple having newer grips.
I'm going to scrub them up and give them a try at the range tomorrow or Friday to see how they feel. I haven't been overly comfortable with the Bazookas with their Titanium inserts. If the TM's work better then I might just switch over to them. Or I might go back to my equally ancient Ram Lasers.
I'd really like to get a newer game improvement set in the next year or so, but with another job layoff looming in a month it was much easier to pick these TM's up for lunch money than to buy a new set for the equivalent of the monthly mortgage.
Anyway, has anyone ever played these old TaylorMade Tour Prefered T-D irons, and if so how did you like them? And, yeah, I know they're about 20 years old.
I think the ancient Burners will be basement wall leaners even if they were one of the hot tickets to have years ago. Today the heads on them look almost microscopic. 8-)