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Taylormade Stealth Drivers

Shape In Motion
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 Stealth driver line consists of three models: the Stealth, the Stealth Plus+, and the Stealth HD.

While all three TaylorMade Stealth Driver models boast the new 60X Carbon Twist Face technology, each driver is designed with a different golfer in mind. The TaylorMade Stealth Driver produces a mid-high launch with mid-low spin numbers, making it an ideal fit for a wide range of handicaps. On the other hand, as a low spinning option, the Stealth Plus+ Driver is built for low and middle handicap golfers. Finally, the draw-biased Stealth HD Driver is perfect for high handicap golfers and/or golfers looking to correct a common slice. Whichever TaylorMade Stealth driver model suits you the best, the manufacturer’s new carbon technology is worth investigating for golfers of all skill levels.
Stealth Drivers
Stealth Fairway Woods

Taylormade Stealth Fairway Woods

Improved Contact on Mis-Hits
The new TaylorMade Stealth Fairway Wood line features two models, each of which offers similarly cutting-edge technology, even while both are aimed at different types of golfers. A step above the popular SIM2 fairway woods, the Stealth and Stealth Plus+ Fairway Woods are the latest and greatest from one of golf’s top equipment manufacturers. The low-spinning TaylorMade Stealth Plus+ Fairway features a slightly more compact profile than its counterpart, making it a terrific option for higher-skilled golfers. Conversely, the higher-launching, more forgiving TaylorMade Stealth Fairway will fit into a wide variety of golfers’ bags and will likely be the preferred option for most middle and high handicappers.

The headlining tech addition to the TaylorMade Stealth Plus+ Fairway Wood is its 80g V Steel Sole Plate. By reengineering the mass distribution of the sole, TaylorMade engineers managed to maximize the forgiveness, turf interaction, and versatility of the Stealth Plus+. The driving innovation of the TaylorMade Stealth Fairway Wood is its 3D Carbon Crown. A weight-saving addition to the fairway metal, the 3D Carbon Crown allowed TaylorMade engineers the chance to shift more weight backward, a move that enhances both forgiveness and playability.

Taylormade Stealth Hybrids

Shape In Motion
The new TaylorMade Stealth line extends well beyond drivers and fairway woods, as the excellent Stealth Rescue and Stealth Rescue Plus+ hybrids prove. The Stealth Rescue clubs both boast a slew of technological innovations that make them suited for two different types of golfers. With a relatively sleeker profile and an additional low-loft option, the adjustable TaylorMade Stealth Rescue Plus+ appears to fit the lower handicap golfer better. Higher handicap golfers may well end up taking a longer look at the Stealth Rescue, which sports a more confidence-inspiring profile, and will launch the ball slightly higher with less spin.

Adjustability is one of the better player’s most desired characteristics as it relates to metal woods, hybrids included. With a +/- 1.5° loft sleeve, a golfer can alter the face angle of the Stealth Rescue Plus+ at will, allowing them to optimize their trajectory with the twist of a wrench. One major technological aspect of the TaylorMade Stealth Rescue is the hybrid’s new Carbon Crown. By saving 7g of weight, the crown let TaylorMade engineers relocate the excess mass to increase MOI, thereby increasing the club’s forgiveness.
Stealth Hybrids
Stealth Irons

Taylormade Stealth Iron Sets

Improved Contact on Mis-Hits
The new TaylorMade Stealth Irons are the newest game-improvement iron set from a manufacturer that consistently produces powerful and forgiving clubs. Every one of the new technological features in these irons works in concert to help golfers improve their iron play Specifically, as their game-improvement category status suggests, the TaylorMade Stealth Irons are built with middle and high handicap golfers in mind. A large, confidence-inspiring profile and substantial playability make this iron set an excellent option for those who typically struggle with their iron play.

Thanks to its innovative Cap Back Design and toe wrap construction, TaylorMade’s engineers substantially increased the distance and forgiveness of the Stealth Irons without compromising on feel. The feat was accomplished by shifting weight away from the toe throughout the rest of the sole to lower CG and increase launch. Equipped with a 450SS face, the Stealth Irons boast another explosive layer of ball speed potential and consistency, even on mis-hit strikes. Finally, the ECHO Damping System behind the clubface utilizes a polymer blend to remove vibrations and bolster the feel of the TaylorMade irons.

Taylormade SIM2 Drivers

Shape In Motion
TaylorMade carries on its tradition of excellence in the metalwood department with the SIM2 drivers. Each model features a new Forged Ring Construction, which consists of forged aluminum that is milled to an exacting shape that wraps around the back weight and connects the crown and sole all together, resulting in incredible stability. Each SIM2 driver also comes with Speed Injected Twist Face technology, ensuring that each clubface is calibrated to the legal speed limit with a unique face curvature that improves performance on contact made at the heel or toe areas. Meanwhile, the Inertia Generator adds clubhead speed through advanced aerodynamics. Of the three models, the SIM2 Max will fit the most golfers through a combination of high launch, reliable forgiveness, and explosive ball speeds. The standard SIM2 driver will offer low spin with more weight pushed forward in the clubhead, while the SIM2 Max D driver is designed with added weight in the heel to promote a draw bias, helping golfers who may struggle with a slice.
SIM2 Drivers
SIM2 Fairway Woods

Taylormade SIM2 Fairway Woods

Improved Contact on Mis-Hits
Driving the performance in the TaylorMade SIM2 fairway woods is V Steel technology, which optimizes the center of gravity through redistributed weight to produce a high launch and forgiveness. It also creates smooth turf interaction through a depressed heel and toe to allow the club to glide effortlessly through the ball at impact. Twist Face technology and the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket are designed to improve performance on mis-hits and add to the extensive forgiveness in these fairway woods. The SIM2 Max fairway wood, like the SIM2 Max driver, will fit the widest range of golfers with its combination of high launch and easy playability. The SIM2 Titanium fairway wood is slightly more compact with a more forward center of gravity to produce low spin, while the SIM2 Max D includes more weight in the heel to promote a draw bias and fight a slice. <

SIM2 Hybrid Rescue Clubs

Maintain Ball Speed
TaylorMade’s Rescue clubs have delivered exceptional performance and versatility over the years, and the SIM2 Rescue clubs are no exception. Each includes the V Steel, Twist Face, and Speed Pocket technologies found in the SIM2 fairway woods that combine to provide explosive ball speeds, excellent forgiveness, and smooth turf interaction. The SIM2 Max Rescue offers a larger clubhead shape with more weight implemented deeper behind the clubface, providing a higher launch and more forgiveness and likely higher spin. The SIM2 Rescue, meanwhile, is more compact with an iron-like appearance at address to promote low spin and workability.
SIM2 Hybrid Rescue
SIM2 Max Irons

Taylormade SIM2 Max Irons

Improved Feel, Softer Impact
The new TaylorMade SIM2 Max and SIM2 Max OS irons are powered by an all-new multi-material Cap Back Design, which features high-strength stainless steel and ultralight polymers that combine to deliver a low center of gravity and soft feel. The sweet spot has also been expanded by 40% and the Speed Pocket visible on the sole improves face flexing on contact made all across the clubface. The ECHO Damping System further improves feel, offering feel similar to that of a forged iron. The SIM2 Max irons offer all of the explosive ball speeds, high launch, and stable forgiveness in a more compact frame. The SIM2 Max OS irons provide added distance and forgiveness through an oversize clubhead shape and stronger lofts. <

Taylormade P790 Irons

Raised MOI Promoting Higher Launch
To say the original P790 irons were a home run for TaylorMade would be an understatement. In reality, they basically redefined and significantly expanded the players distance iron category. Given the success of P790, it was only a matter of time before TaylorMade released a new version, and that time is now. To its credit, however, TaylorMade didn’t make sweeping changes to the new P790 -- SpeedFoam is back -- rather subtle refinements to make them even better. Most notably, the clubface has been made seven percent thinner to increase ball speed, and 15 percent more tungsten has been utilized to raise MOI and promote higher launch. Progressive Inverted Cone Technology has also been introduced into the design to improve accuracy, while the long irons now feature less offset, the short irons feature a more compact blade length that promotes control, and a higher toe section through the set offers a more classic look at address.
Taylormade P790 Irons
Spider X Putter

Taylormade Spider X Putter

Stability & High MOI
TaylorMade’s Spider franchise has been around for more than a decade now, but it has truly exploded in popularity in the last couple of years, as Spider putters are played by some of the best touring professionals in the world and a fixture in the bags of countless amateurs as well. Brand new from TaylorMade is the Spider X line, which is taking the stability and high MOI that Spider putters have been known for to all new heights. The sole plate that has been utilized in the Spider X line is now constructed using lightweight carbon and at just 15 grams it allowed engineers to move weight to the perimeter of the putter to maintain high MOI in a more compact shape. The Spider X’s Pure Roll insert has also been made thicker to provide a more pleasing sound and feel, while angled grooves create more forward role. Additionally, brand new navy and copper colors are available to choose from.<

Taylormade Truss Putters

High MOI with Classic Shape
Brand new from TaylorMade is the Truss putter franchise, which the company has introduced as an option for players who are seeking high MOI in a more classic shape. To accomplish that goal, engineers created unique hosel designs patterned after the type of architecture that would be required to create stability in large structures, such as a bridge or a building. The end result are putters that look quite unusual from face on but very traditional at address. Most important, however, is that Truss putters are far less susceptible to twisting on off-center strikes, which means better distance control for players on mis-hits. There are also four Truss models available to choose from, a heel-shafted blade and mallet, which will provide some toe hang and work well for players with arcing strokes, and a center-shafted blade and mallet, both of which are face balanced for players who utilize a straight back, straight through approach.
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Spider S Putters

Taylormade Spider S Putter

Pure Roll with High MOI
The Spider putter franchise has been a home run for TaylorMade for years now, and after enjoying incredible success in 2019 with its new Spider X putters, the company is back in 2020 with brand new Spider S models. The Spider S is a machine-milled mallet design that has been constructed using premium 6061 aluminum. Like the rest of the options in the Spider family from TaylorMade, Spider S will offer high MOI, but it will also offer a more traditional mallet shape. Providing the forgiveness in Spider S that players have grown accustomed to from Spider putters are tungsten sole weights in the heel and toe, as well as a tungsten back bar, all of which enable extreme perimeter weighting. In fact, with more than 6,000 MOI points, Spider S is the most forgiving Spider model ever developed. Spider S putters also feature TaylorMade’s highly popular Pure Roll Insert, and they will be available in Navy and Chalk finishes.<

Taylormade TP Patina Putters

Optimal Feel & True Roll
When it comes to putters, TaylorMade is best known for its Spider franchise, but the company also has had tremendous success with its TP collection. New from TaylorMade is the TP Patina lineup, which is providing players with a classic look but technology that promotes optimal feel and a true roll. More specifically, the Patina’s Pure Roll insert has been made 5mm thicker to improve feel and its grooves are angled at 45 degrees to create more forward roll at impact. The TP Patina collection also features adjustable weights in the sole so that players can create the exact balance that they’re looking for in their stroke. There are seven unique head shapes to choose from, including three traditional blade designs and four mallets. Each putter also offers different toe hang characteristics to create a match for different stroke types, and each Patina model is also offered at 34 or 35 inches in length and in right- and left-handed models.

Taylormade Milled Grind 2 Wedges

Additional Spin & Control
One area in which TaylorMade continues to improve its market share is the wedge category. Its Hi-Toe wedges have been incredibly popular and the brand new Milled Grind 2 lineup is already garnering high praise. MG2 wedges are 100 percent CNC machine milled, which ensures precision and consistency when it comes to every aspect of the clubhead. New, however, is a raw clubface and sharper groove pattern that creates additional spin and control. Aso unique about Milled Grind 2 when compared to the original Milled Grind wedges is that the clubface has been made thicker (from 5.1mm to 6.5mm), which allowed a TPU insert to be implemented into the design to improve feel. MG2 wedges are offered in lofts ranging from 48 to 60 degrees and available in low-bounce and standard-bounce models to meet the needs of any player. There are also two elegant finishes -- Satin Chrome and Matte Black -- to choose from.


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