TaylorMade launch powerful brand new Stealth irons for 2022

Take a look at the new Stealth irons from TaylorMade...

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Tue, 4 Jan 2022
TaylorMade launch powerful brand new Stealth irons for 2022

TaylorMade have today unveiled their new series of Stealth irons for 2022. 

Along with the new Stealth line of drivers and fairway woods, the Stealth irons follow suit in the latest in innovation and design. 

The company have used the next generation cap back design with toe construction, like they did with the SIM2 Max and SIM2 Max OS irons. 

That means the engineers have utilised the concept of the hollow iron but replacing the steel back with a low density, polymer composite wrap. 

This concept improves the face's ability to flex, delivering the ball speed and forgiveness, without compromising the centre of gravity. 

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The design

Stealth irons took inspiration from TaylorMade's P-700 series in hopes to provide the golfer an iron that looks visually appealing in their bag at address. 

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The technological features

Stealth irons continue to feature core TaylorMade iron technologies that have been engineered to integrate into the 2022 designs. 

Hidden inside the cap back design, the damping system spans the full face from the heel to the toe, giving the club a solid feel. 

There is also the progressive inverted cone technology, which is located heel-to-toe in the 4-PW of the Stealth irons. 

This means that the stainless steel face has an intelligently positioned sweet spot that spans the most common impact points. 

Elsewhere, the long irons are designed with slightly more draw-bias than the mid irons. 

TaylorMade say this design element is intended to provide the most accurate ball flight for all levels of golfers. 

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Specifications, availability and pricing

You can preorder today (4 January) and they will be in retail from 1 April. 

They are £122 / €162 per iron steel and £136 / €183 graphite.

They come with KBS Max MT 85 steel shafts or Fujikura's Ventus Red graphite shafts. 

For women, the Stealth irons will come equipped with the Aldila Ascent Ladies shaft. 

Stock grips for men are the Lamkin's Crossline (48.5g) in black and red and for women they are Lamkin Ladies Sonar (38g) in grey or white. 

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