The all-new TaylorMade Stealth 2 Driver is a masterfully crafted improvement on the game changing design of the first Stealth series. The revolutionary 60X Carbon Twist Face has been redesigned to provide even more speed and forgiveness to send your ball flying down the middle of the fairway, further than you’ve ever seen. The incredible Asymmetric Inertia Generator goes above and beyond to help golfers of all skill generate insane speeds on the downswing, resulting in a high MOI and powerful shots off the tee. No matter what type of golfer you are, the Stealth 2 Driver will provide faster clubhead and ball speeds than ever before, as well as a much more forgiving swing so even off-center shot can still find the short grass.
Designed for Speed and Forgiveness
The original Stealth Driver was revolutionary for its Twist Face and Inverted Cone Technology (ICT) which promoted faster speeds and better forgiveness, and the Stealth 2 is even better. Accuracy and speed were at the forefront when TaylorMade engineers designed the Stealth 2 Driver and its performance shows that. The lightweight full-carbon body allowed weight to be strategically placed for optimal launch and forgiveness.
Maximum Performance for All Skill Levels
The TaylorMade Stealth 2 Driver is not only for top professionals and scratch golfers, golfers of any skill level can benefit from having a Stealth 2 in the bag. Meticulous engineering went into crafting a perfect balance of power and forgiveness so whether you are the hometown hero practicing for the club championship or still struggling to break 100, the TaylorMade Stealth 2 has a place in your bag.
Features of the TaylorMade Stealth 2 Driver:
- New 60X Carbon Twist Face optimizes energy transfer and forgiveness
- Meticulously engineered for speed and forgiveness
- Nanotexture Cover fine tunes launch and spin to promote distance in any condition
- Asymmetric Inertia Generator allows golfers to reach speeds they’ve never seen before
- Carbon Reinforced Composite Ring lowers weight to allows for strategic placement of mass around clubhead