TaylorMade Stealth UDI and Stealth DHY | Best Driving Irons 2022

Forgiveness from a driving iron? You might be quite surprised about these new golf clubs from TaylorMade.

TaylorMade Stealth UDI and Stealth DHY | Best Driving Irons 2022
TaylorMade Stealth UDI and Stealth DHY | Best Driving Irons 2022
Improved sound, improved feel, better looking, more forgiveness with the DHY
Performance differences aren't groundbreaking or significant to previous SIM UDI Model 

Driving irons are the perfect golf clubs for bridging the gap between your shortest golf fairway wood and longest golf iron. 

When it comes to the best driving irons on the market, few are more impressive than TaylorMade driving irons and the story is no different with their brand new Stealth UDI and Stealth DHY for 2022. 

Whether it’s a tight tee shot or reaching a par five in two, golfers need to be able to confidently pull a club and know it’s going to fly like they envision.

The all-new Stealth UDI and DHY are powered by SpeedFoam Air and this helps to promote optimal launch, distance and playability. 

Fresh off launching today, GolfMagic Equipment Editor Alex Lodge has taken the TaylorMade Stealth UDI and TaylorMade Stealth DHY to Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate in Sussex to test them out. 

We found that both of these TaylorMade golf clubs can be used effectively off the tee, fairway and even the first cut of rough, so they are a very versatile club to have in your bag this season and beyond. 

One of them also provided us with terrific levels of forgiveness on off-centre strikes, something we would not normally associate with a driving iron. 

Watch our review of the new TaylorMade Stealth UDI and DHY below to see which one is right for your game: 



Key Features: 

  • TaylorMade Stealth UDI and DHY utilise many proven technologies along with new technological features not seen before in TaylorMade UDI and DHY irons.
  • The forged 4140 steel L-Face with inverted cone technology, combined with a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket, provide ample distance, forgiveness and workability.
  • Sound and feel are tuned for great response with the use of a new SpeedFoam Air that is 69% less dense, giving the design engineers more discretionary mass for optimising the centre of gravity, without sacrificing on damping. Not only can these irons fill the gap in the bag, but they can also be tailored to the individual player and conditions of the day, quickly and easily. 
  • There are multiple cosmetic changes to the Stealth UDI and DHY featuring a mirror polish black chrome on the toe, while keeping the monochromatic theme with a slight hint of red to tie into the rest of the Stealth family.

"With Stealth UDI and DHY, we designed two different, yet similar options to provide versatility and forgiveness that can be a massive advantage for golfers in between their fairway woods and longest irons," says TaylorMade's director of product creation for irons, Matt Bovee.

"By incorporating SpeedFoam Air from our P·790 irons and re-imagining the shaping of both UDI and DHY, we created the opportunity for the everyday golfer to be able to rely on two different options at the top of the bag: Stealth UDI with a lower trajectory and more penetrating ball flight and Stealth DHY that flies a little higher and lands softer.

"With these products, golfers will be able to take flight in the ways that best suits their game and properly gap the top of their bags."


The ultimate blend of control and versatility, Stealth UDI is a powerful option from the tee or the turf.

Delivering a low launch with mid-to-low spin in a forgiving head design, it’s built for forgiving long iron shots and stingers alike.

Stealth UDI offers a traditional address view with Tour-inspired shaping, a narrower sole width (compared to DHY) and less offset than its predecessors.

It’s built to meet the eye of better ball strikers, but offers an enhanced level of forgiveness compared to standard long irons.

The weight placement on Stealth UDI is right behind impact, thus the centre of gravity (CG) has been positioned for a lower ball flight, while creating the spin required to shape shots.

The CG of Stealth UDI is comparable to that of P·790, but Stealth UDI has a wider sole for better playability.

TaylorMade Stealth UDI is available in 18°, 20° and 23° for right-handed golfers and 18° and 20° for left-handed golfers.


  • Improved sound
  • Improved feel 
  • Better stock shaft 


  • Performance differences aren't groundbreaking or significant to previous SIM UDI Model


Designed for power and forgiveness, Stealth DHY delivers a mid-to-low ball flight with distance properties that rival traditional hybrids in an iron-like profile.

Stealth DHY has an inviting address profile, longer blade length and wide sole, creating a generous strike zone that inspires confidence. A rounded heel toe radius enhances playability and turf interaction.

The weight placement on Stealth DHY is positioned in the sole of the club creating a lower CG making it more playable and easier to launch than a traditional iron. That lower CG creates a higher launch than Stealth UDI giving players the option to choose the launch that best suits their game.

TaylorMade DHY is available in 17°, 19°, 22° and 25° for right-handed golfers and 19° and 22° for left-handed golfers.


  • Improved sound
  • Improved feel
  • Better aesthetic at address, sleeker offset
  • More forgiveness for off-centre strikes


Improvements mentioned are minimal compared to SIM DHY (apart from aesthetic improvements)

Available: July 15
RRP: £219

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