The Burner irons offer longer and more consistent distance in every iron with more distinct distance-gaps between long- and middle-irons. The long-, middle- and short-irons were separately engineered so you get long and forgiving long-irons, long and accurate middle-irons and accurate and responsive short-irons.
knowitall24 - 2/20/14 The are great clubs. May shorten them a bit when new grips are required. Swing away and enjoy the ride!
txtate - 3/23/12 After 20+ years of using Ping Eye2 irons, I traded them for Burners. The Burners are much more forgiving yet I can still work the ball. They are about one club longer than the Eye2s - probably due to the stronger lofts and longer shafts. The have a great feel when struck well. Mis-hits still fly fairly straight and the the distance loss is not severe. Excellent clubs.
Dr Andy - 12/27/10 Fantastic clubs - I bought the graphite shafts which increased my confidence and I did not lose any distance
michaeldj - 2/11/10 Bought these in June of o9. Previously had Cleveland ta3 for years...great clubs. I love these burners. Have the superfast 85 steel shaft with a stiff flex. Distance is about a half longer than my ta3. The ta3 were easier to shape shots but a lot of forgiveness with these especially on off center hits. Was worried that with the big difference in clubs i would have a hard time adjusting to the thick topline. No problem with that. Have a great feel to them. They hit high with these shafts and they stop nice on the green. The longer irons aren't as easy as advertised but i never hit a 3 or 4 iron very well on a regular basis. So i just have the 5 through pw. Highly recomended for the mid hanicaper. I believe even the lower handicapper can benifit with these. I believe the shot shapping will come and it has (but slowly) in time once you get more time with them. Play two to three times a week with an 11 handicap.