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Just bought a new set of Taylormade Burner 2.0 irons. I am thoroughly impressed

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Hello everyone. This is my first post here. I've been playing golf for a long time but still have not developed like I had hoped I would as far as my playing ability. So just went out and got myself a new set of irons and I must say I am very impressed with the results. After a rough start at the driving range, I made some quick adjustments to my set up and swing, and bam, I'm hitting the ball crisp, straight, and far on a consistent basis. I love the products Taylormade has brought to the market. They really help a high handicapper like myself. I can not wait to get on the course and play 18 holes with these clubs and my added confidence.
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I was just playing some cheap hand-me-downs and other that I found at garage sales over the years. I bought a taylormade r7 driver a couple years back so I've been really wanting some good irons to go along with it. Even though I always shoot well over 100, I still love the game and am looking for every opportunity to get better.
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I currently have the r7 xd irons and is contemplating upgrading to these irons.. I started playing a year ago this month and been happy with my progress. I've shooting consistently in the 90's even after a 4 month winter break.. I'm really more looking to gain distance and considering the irons I have now are almost 6 years old in sure technology has gone a long way.. Do y'all think its worth the upgrade to these clubs??
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I think upgrading is a good idea. Especially if you find a set that fits you well. You can probably stop at dicks and try out different clubs to find ones that match what you are looking for. These burner2.0s I got fit me perfectly, and I really like the way they feel, plus love the consistency I'm getting at getting the ball down range.
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