TaylorMade made a mark last year when they released the TaylorMade Stealth line. Putting carbon in the driver’s head was a big step, but it paid off. Golfers were looking for something different, and TaylorMade did well with the Stealth line. We were curious to see what the TaylorMade Stealth 2 line had to offer, considering the technology in the original line was pretty impressive. We recently tested the TaylorMade Stealth 2 in our studies, and here is some of the information we found.
TaylorMade Stealth 2 Drivers
There are three versions of the Stealth 2 Driver. These include the Plus, Regular, and HD.
TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus Driver
The TaylorMade Stealth 2 driver is more for the better player with a slightly more open clubface. This is for golfers that like to work the ball a little and hit a fade or a draw. With the inertia generator technology and tons of adjustability, the TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus driver still has some built-in forgiveness.
TaylorMade Stealth 2
The standard model of the Stealth 2 is a bit more square or slightly draw-biased compared to the TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus. The carbon red face is still in place, and the sweet spot is very large on this driver. The Stealth 2 has a glossy finish and looks great from the top down.
TaylorMade HD Driver
The TaylorMade HD Driver is the most forgiving. However, the forgiveness was very close to the regular when we tested it. This is a draw bias design for golfers trying to fix their slice. This isn’t a low spin driver; it’s built for a bit higher ball flight and a golfer with slightly slower swing speeds.
TaylorMade Fairway and Rescue
In addition to the TaylorMade Stealth 2 drivers, a fairway wood and a rescue was also released.
Although there are still no carbon faces on the TaylorMade fairway woods and rescue clubs, you will notice the 3D carbon crown. In addition, the impressive V Steel design helps improve turf interaction and increases the overall consistency that players can get.
Another impressive feature here is the Advanced Inverted Cone Technology. The new technology maximizes ball speed and helps players get more confidence even when they miss the center of the clubface.
There is a fairway wood model for all players with an HD, a Plus, and a Standard.
TaylorMade Stealth HD Irons
Along with the release of the new TaylorMade Stealth 2 drivers, fairways, and hybrids, we also got to see the new TaylorMade HD Irons.
The Stealth HD irons are a super game-improvement addition to the lineup. With the Stealth HD irons, you can expect tons of forgiveness, high ball flight, and impressive performance throughout the course.
A Stealth HD iron has a wide sole, a cap back design, and the ECHO damping system to improve overall feel. Expect this to be a great solution for new golfers or the highest handicappers looking for a premium feel and tons of forgiveness.
Stop in to see any of these clubs in the TaylorMade STealh line at your nearest True Spec location. We have shaft and custom fitting options to work for any player.