Golf....irons??

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  1. WDW Obsessed

    WDW Obsessed Mouseketeer

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    SO just wondering if anyone here plays? I have had a set of clubs since HS and want to finally upgrade soon. I am looking for suggestions on a new set. Here are my parameters:

    Price Range to Spend: $300-$600
    Style: Prefer Cavity
    Hand: Right

    About me:
    Play about 5-10 times a year
    High handcap
    Swing speed (estimated) ~80-90mph
    Tendency to slice when swing to hard(I know it can be fixed)
    Best clubs I swing- Taylor Made R11 and my 3-iron
    Biggest problem is using a fairway driver and longer chips(over 50yds)


    Clubs I have entertained in buying:
    1) TM- Burner Plus ($300-steel *sale)
    2) TM- RocketBallz HP($600)
    3) Cobra- AMP ($600)

    Let me know what you think/suggest.
     
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  3. scott2997

    scott2997 DIS Dad #543 Northern Ohio

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    I own the TM - Burner Plus irons. I bought them last season. I hit them a ton. They probably added 10-15 yards to each club for me. I did also find out that they are less loft than my older set which probably made the difference in the yardage for me.

    I wouldn't be scared of them.
     
  4. WDW Obsessed

    WDW Obsessed Mouseketeer

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    I heard some where they label the irons long, so if you are hitting a 7-iron it's technically a 6-iron for other manufactures. I'm more than likely going with the Burners.....can't beat price/performance. ;)
     
  5. fr spodo komodo

    fr spodo komodo Earning My Ears

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    If you could get a set of 2nd titleist ap2s as they are the best ever irons I've had.
     
  6. rocknroll

    rocknroll Mouseketeer

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    I have used these for two years now and found them to be very forgiving. And it looks like Nike is clearing them out this spring (at least in Canada, reg. 700 on for 300) and the savings can go towards some nice wedges or hybrids.

    Cheers!
     

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