TaylorMade have made three new dynamic and exciting additions to their driver portfolio with the Stealth Plus, Stealth and Stealth HD clubs.
When buying your new TaylorMade driver, hopefully after being custom-fitted, you want it to immediately improve your long game and experience short term and long term benefits.
Due to the lofty prices of the new TaylorMade Stealth range, there may be a question surrounding the value of the clubs and if the expense of buying them will be justified in your game improvement.
But TaylorMade are one of the most impressive and reliable brands in golf. From the nano-texture in the clubface to the groundbreaking use of carbon in the clubhead, the Stealth models are unquestionably fantastic products, which 15-time major winner Tiger Woods would confirm too.
Here are five reasons why the TaylorMade Stealth range is the real deal and different from previous TaylorMade drivers:
#1 - Light Carbon Clubhead
The clubheads of the TaylorMade Stealth drivers are made with 60 layers of carbon, which makes them 40% lighter than a traditional titanium face.
A lighter head helps to produce faster ball speeds and clubhead speeds compared to previous models, which also helps with increased distance.
#2 - Large and Forgiving Face
When you look down at the TaylorMade Stealth drivers, you will have confidence coming out of your ears due to the size of the clubface.
The faces are 20% bigger than the TaylorMade SIM driver and 10% bigger than the TaylorMade SIM2 driver. They have also packed in twist face technology and Speed Foam.
#3 - Nano-texture Face Technology
Nano-texture in the clubface causes an engaging connection between the club and the ball. The thin polyurethane layer creates a strong and flexible striking surface.
TaylorMade say that this technology produces the perfect amount of friction to reduce spin on the ball in dry conditions.
#4 - Increased Ball Speed
As Alex showed in the GolfMagic review of the new TaylorMade Stealth models, you are able to achieve ball speeds that you weren't capable of beforehand.
With the combination of a light carbon face, a larger clubface and nano-texture technology, the Stealth range will take your game to levels that you didn't think were possible.
#5 - A Project in the Making
TaylorMade boldly claimed ahead of this release that the new drivers have been 20 years in the making, based on the research gathered and technology used.
Including the dark black clubhead and red clubface design, together with all of the new innovations, the Stealth models certainly have the potential to revolutionise their equipment portfolio.