Would recommend to anyone looking to purchase a new putter to try this one out.
this is an excellent ball in the 2 piece market. Not as much spin as a true Tour quality ball, but I don't expect that from any 2 piece ball. Well worth a demo if you are looking for a good ball that will last for well over 18 holes of use.
Solid club for reasonable price for the novice golfers such as myself.
This is an excellent mallet putter, with a great feel to it.The white color is appealing.I can't really tell if the grooves on the face are effective or not. They are meant to start the ball rolling sooner rather than skidding first, but one cannot tell that with the naked eye.
Great driver for those who want to experiment to find the best combination of settings to reach the desired result on the course. To me it was worth the money. There are cheaper imitations of this but to me, it's worth every penny.
If you are thinking of trying a Tour quality ball but don't like the $40 to $46 price of Tour balls, you might want to try the Burner Tour. While it's not going to give you all of the performance of the new TaylorMade Penta TP ball, it will give you a lot more performance than most of the other 2 piece balls on the market. I've always like how well TM golf balls hold up during a round, and this Burner Tour is no exception. I just played 18 holes with ONE ball and it's back in my bag for the next round looking pretty much brand new. Good distanc, Very good durabillity, and at a decent price. Try some soon.
This is a pretty good 5 wood. Good distance off the tee with a nice high ball flight. Like just about every fairway wood and driver sold today, the shaft is too light for the better players. With a better shaft it would could find a home in my bag. For the averages swing speed, it might be fine as is.
Great clubs just very very poor finish! Upset at paying all this money for what now seems tobe of inferior quality
The new Burner ball is a very good option. The ball held up well, with excellent distance and feel. Reasonable amount of spin around the greens. If you need more spin, then try the Burner Tour, or one of the Tour quality TP balls.
If you are looking for Silly Long distance and lower ball flight, the Burner 2.0 irons are for you. Exceleent distance, easy to hit long and straight, Great feeling irons when I hit the ball correctly. 20 yards longer than my current irons, but with lower ball flight. The TM TP irons 6 iron has 31* of loft, so the Burner 2.0 irons are built for distance, and it that reguard, they perform wonderfully.
If you have a slower swing speed and the patience to let this club do the work you will pick up distance immediately!
Putters are probably more personal than any other club. For anyone considering a blade style putter, the TaylorMade Rossa Daytona is one to be tried. Easy to use even near the end of the round when some fatigue may set in.
The Bottom line assessment of these Rac LT irons from TaylorMade is that if your just starting off and feel that you might shoot anywhere from 95 to 130, these clubs are great. The big open face is forgiving and you will get the ball in the air and give yourself a fighting chance. If you feel like your starting to play the best golf of your life, your handicap is closer to the single digits or low teens and you need pinpoint accuracy, a slightly more gunslinger feel and need to place the ball exactly where you aimed, which is always pin-high (as we all think we do), then these clubs aren't for you. Leave the big face and forgiveness for the tweens at the school yard and go out and buy yourself some R9's just like Sergio. If you're playing good golf do not buy these, they can only hurt.
Love my new R7 Draw irons. They give me lots of confidence.....I feel I can hit the green any time I'm within 160 yards.I can ht the ball at least 10 yards longer with each iron and with much more accuracy.
great ball. there is a reason most taylormade tour pros use this ball (that is until the 5 piece penta tp ball comes out in january)
At the walmart price of 27.50 a person would be crazy not to play these over ANY top of the line tour ball. Like I said I never would have considered them at all for that original 40+ price tag but am really glad I did. I play them almost every round now, and will do so as long as they are the new lower price.
Excellent irons. Goof bit of forgiveness. Enough for the low to mid handicap golfer, but not so much I can't work the ball when needed. Thin top line is very welcome. If I do my part, the club does it's share of the work. Would recommend to any good golfer that is thinking of moving up to a more workable set of irons.
I'm glad I made the switch. I was accurate with the Big Berthas but couldn't hit the ball as far as I wanted. It took me a while to give them up but I'm glad I did.
If your misses are low and left, I recommend this club. I went from 10.5 TM Burner '09 (stiff)to this club (11.5 regular with 1 degree open) and hit it so much better on the launch monitor and on the course. It's nice to hit the ball square. Distance, accuracy, and forgiveness were all very good. Fun to hit...
If you have a slice but still want to play decent get this club.
If you are in the market for a putter, this should rank right up there with the Sabertooth. Both are great putters. Worth being put in any bag
Real confidence builders and easy to hit...
A really effective design, for me anyway...it delivers, and up to now has not let me down, more fairways equals more fun golf...isnt that what we play for??
Putter looks and feels great. A++