TaylorMade Stealth HD Driver
Who’s It For?
The new TaylorMade Stealth driver line throws a major curveball at the golf world. For decades, titanium has been the dominant material used by manufacturers while creating drivers for consumers and professionals, alike. However, the TaylorMade Stealth drivers have flipped convention on its head by rolling out clubheads constructed from carbon, a decision that will surely create ripples throughout the industry. The TaylorMade Stealth HD Driver is draw-biased and produces a high launch with mid-spin numbers. With these characteristics, this model is perfect for high handicap golfers and/or golfers looking to correct a common slice.
The Tech Story
TaylorMade’s Stealth HD (High Draw) Driver sports a number of innovations that make it one of the top draw-biased drivers in golf. With a new 60X Carbon Twist Face, the TaylorMade Stealth HD Driver’s clubface is 44% lighter than traditional titanium faces, increasing ball speeds and distance numbers dramatically. Those weight savings also allowed TaylorMade to shift the club’s Inertia Generator towards the heel, creating a draw bias without sacrificing MOI. Additionally, the Stealth HD’s clubface boasts a nanotexture cover that optimizes launch and spin numbers, no matter the playing conditions. Finally, the TaylorMade Stealth HD Driver’s Thru-Slot Speed Pocket design makes the driver extremely hot without sacrificing forgiveness, particularly on low face strikes.
Facts and Figures
Available Lofts (Men): 9°, 10.5°, 12°
Available Lofts (Women): 10.5°, 12°
Clubhead Volume: 460cc
Stock Length: 45 ¾”
Swing Weight: D4/D5
Stock Shafts: Fujikura Air Speeder 45 (S, R, A), Aldila Ascent Red 60 (X, S, R)
Stock Grip: Lamkin Crossline Blk/Red 50g 0.600 Round
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