TaylorMade has released a new family of drivers, the Stealth 2, which are set to provide all golfers with an attractive option for the 2023 season and beyond.
Describing the three models, Stealth 2 Plus is aimed at the better golfer and features moveable weight track, while the standard Stealth 2 boasts a Red Halo design and neutral weighting intended to provide a higher launch and spin. Finally, the Stealth 2 HD is targeted towards the golfer who needs a little bit more forgiveness and requires some help getting the ball straighter off the tee through the weighting adjustments designed to provide a slight draw bias.
Each of the drivers are combined in showcasing the Twist Carbon Face that was introduced last year and are fully adjustable.
Analysing the technology and performance of these new clubs, Golfshake’s Ryan Rastall, the PGA Pro at Howley Hall Golf Club, talks through them and shares his insights from TrackMan testing in the below video.
TaylorMade Introduces New Stealth 2 Drivers, Woods, Irons