Taylor Made FireSole Irons Reviews

Taylor Made FireSole Irons

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  • Big Disappointment

    Feb 6, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: When Hit Perfectly (Which is a rarity) ball travels high and straight
    Cons: Poor feedback, VERY Unforgiving, Sacrifice distance with height

    Summary: The Taylor Made Firesole irons are somewhat of a paradox. Taylor Made, a company who has been one of the foremost innovators in golf club design and manufacturing has never made a sub-standard product...Which brings us up to the Firesoles. I bought these ... read more

  • TaylorMade Firesold irons

    Jul 26, 2011 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: Very easy to hit and get the ball up.
    Cons: I would have liked a bit narrow sole and a slightly thinner top line.

    Summary: Bought a set of these off the bay for cheap.  Steel DG s300 shafts with seniscore.  Now I normally play a regular flex shaft in my irons but thought I would just give these a try, for the price how could one say no.  Well more than ... read more

  • Firesole Irons Difficult for the High Handicapper

    Feb 20, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Evenly weighted, lower price now that model is older.
    Cons: Very unforgiving for the high handicapper. Very small sweet spot.

    Summary: If you are able to hit the small sweet spot each time you hit these clubs they are great. Unfortunately for the high handicapper, you seldom hit the exact center of the club face each time. As a result, you get severely limited distance with these ... read more

  • Impressed by Firesoles

    Nov 18, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Low cost, great sweet spot, and it doesn't require a fast swing speed.
    Cons: Not so easy to hit the sweet spot.

    Summary: It says that the average price is $600 but I got mine for $400. I am quite a good golfer and I had offbrand clubs before these, and the difference between these two clubs are amazing. The Firesoles go probably 20 yards farther then the ProSelects I had ... read more

  • The irons that are very close to perfect.

    Jun 10, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Hit well, feel great, look nice great price if you can find one now!
    Cons: Kind of heavy and not very forgiving.

    Summary: I would like to start out by saying that i have always bought my clubs from Taylor Made. I think they are a great company and they make great clubs. My most recent purchase was a set of irons(3-pw). I had heard that they were very hard to hit but i soon ... read more

  • These Irons slashed my score!!

    Apr 16, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy swinging, Long irons are so easy, very forgiving and accurate
    Cons: You may need a 'gap' wedge as these irons play very long.

    Summary: I am not one to write praise of many components but I had to break ranks here. I bought these irons a week ago after a year of scores that have constantly edged upwards from my previous best of 87 (on a par 70 course) to 102 - 105 - 108 (that ... read more

  • Greatest Clubs ever made

    Dec 21, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: In a nutshell: Cavity backs or blades; better spin, better control or shots; more forgiving than the average irons; better distance along with better control provide a better club for all golfers
    Cons: The prices are coming down on the clubs, however they still do run anywhere from cost at $700 (only if you know someone from Taylor Made) and $899 retail.

    Summary: The Taylor Made Firesole irons are one of the greatest technological advancements in golf clubs yet. The even weight distribution on the bottom of the club is an excellent way to attempt to make the feel of the clubs uniform for every club in ... read more

  • Demo them first (trust me)

    Jul 28, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: An excellent blade-style club
    Cons: Miss the sweet-spot you pay dearly

    Summary: I played Ping Zing's for a couple years and was spoiled by the generosity on off-center shots. However, being a true cavity back, I wanted to see what the "blade" players had over me. So I went in looking for DCI's and the salesman steered me ... read more

  • Better than I thought....

    May 6, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Wonderful
    Cons: I could do better with the grips.

    Summary: Well, I am really into golf. I also needed to get a new set of golf clubs because my other set was horrible and it hurt my hands like no other. Of course I went shopping around and then these caught my eye. I also saw the new super steel... I fell in ... read more

  • Makes Golf Sweet

    May 4, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Everything
    Cons: Price

    Summary: I have tried this set out for a few rounds, and I love them. I currently use Taylor Made's Burner Tour Irons, and they are very similar and they almost meet the standards of the Burner Tour's. First of all, they just look great all around. ... read more

  • Great Clubs!

    May 2, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Strong, Accurate,
    Cons: Steep Prices

    Summary: I have recently purchased some Firesole Irons for my golf bag. I have heard good things about these clubs and I like Taylor Made so I bought them over the Internet and went golfing the day I got them. Although my short game was pretty bad that day, I did ... read more


    Jan 26, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great Performing Club
    Cons: Alittle Expensive

    Summary: Ok here are the major reasons these irons are top performing: The 3 and 4 irons are Titanium Tungsten The 5 and 6 irons are Tungsten Steel The 7 - PW is nickel steel This makes the 3 iron as easy to hit as the 7 iron!!!! ... read more

  • Taylor Made FireSole Irons: Not so great

    Dec 29, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great clubs if you can hit the sweet spot every time.
    Cons: Very unforgiving if the sweet spot is not hit.

    Summary: All of us have seen the new Taylor Made commercial for the new FireSole wonder clubs. Personally, I was a bit skeptical, but I was willing to give the clubs a try. Just a few weeks ago I went to the local golf course and had the opportunity to demo the ... read more

  • FireSole May Not be Tailor Made

    Dec 17, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: great distance and feel
    Cons: hard to control distance and small club head face

    Summary: If you are considering the purchase of a set of Firesole irons be careful! I bought a set last year after trying Pings,Titleists, and Cobras. My purchase was a set of FireSoles with R-80 graphite shafts. I thought I ... read more


    Dec 16, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: great feel
    Cons: a little pricey

    Summary: I am analytical. I researched, swung, and hit a lot of clubs. In assessing golf clubs, I felt that accuracy, trajectory, distance, sound, and feel go into the decision. The Taylor Made Firesole Irons have been a great pick for me. For the ... read more

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  • Best clubs I've ever owned!

    May 23, 2006 by
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    Pros: Long, easy to swing and look solid at address.
    Cons: None!

    Summary: I recently picked up a set of used Taylormade Firesole irons 4 - AW with R-80 bubble shafts. It took me several trips to the range before I got used to them. However now I can honestly say they are the best clubs I've ever owned and I've owned many OEM ... read more

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