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TaylorMade Stealth Drivers Review: The Best Drivers on the Planet?

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Are you looking for a new driver in 2022? You’ve been using the same golf driver for a few years, and you’re ready for a change. If you’ve been playing with the same driver for years, maybe now is the time. You can upgrade your golf game to one of the new TaylorMade Stealth Drivers.

Welcome to the Carbonwood Age

TaylorMade has spent 20 years in the making to break the limits of titanium drivers with their new lineup. For the last few decades, drivers and fairway woods have been known as metalwoods. With the current advancements in carbon fiber technology, the company feels like golf equipment has entered a new era in engineering. That is why Taylormade’s tagline for the 2022 Stealth wood lineup is “Welcome to the Carbon wood Age.”

The TaylorMade Stealth Drivers might be the perfect solution for your golf game. With three different models to choose from, there’s sure to be one that fits your needs perfectly. And with TaylorMade’s patented 60X Carbon Twist Face technology, you’ll be hitting longer and straighter shots than ever before.

The TaylorMade Stealth Drivers

The TaylorMade Stealth Family line up as follows: 

  • Stealth Plus Driver ($599.99)
  • Stealth Driver ($579.99)
  • Stealth HD Driver ($579.99). 

TaylorMade Stealth Driver Family: What you need to know

The carbon face of these new 2022 drivers is its main feature. TaylorMade used to use a titanium face for years, but this year has switched to a “60X Carbon Twist Face.” The 60X Carbon Twist Face is made of 60 layers of carbon fiber. Carbon fiber is 44 percent lighter than the heavier titanium face, allowing for a more prominent face that is still very hot.

TaylorMade thinks this lineup is their most advanced driver ever. 

Appearance

TaylorMade Stealth Drivers from Demo Cart at Howard's Golf

As for appearance, the three TaylorMade Stealth drivers, the Stealth Plus, Stealth HD, and Stealth, are pretty similar in terms of size and shape. They are all 460cc and have a somewhat asymmetrical shape that isn’t stretched out in any way.

TaylorMade Stealth Drivers side by side.

However, there are some minor differences.

The Stealth Plus may be smaller from front to back and have a shallower face than the Stealth and Stealth HD.

Crown

Also, for 2022 TaylorMade returned to an all-black crown in the Stealth line. As for the previous few generations, the carbon fiber crown has a “ring” around it, but the carbon fiber is a darker black now. The “Stealth” logo is tucked away in the carbon fiber on the heel side. Overall, the matte carbon crown resting against the gloss black frame and the faint hint of red from the face look fantastic, yet they also aid alignment.

Sole

The silver “Stealth” branding along the middle of the sole is immediately apparent when you flip over. However, there’s a critical difference between the three drivers… The only model with adjustable weights is the Stealth Plus, which features a sliding weight track near the face. Because of the weight savings from the carbon twist face instead of a titanium face, Taylormade could add the sliding weight track to the Stealth Plus. Click here for our review of the Stealth Plus driver.

Headcover

TaylorMade added pazazz to the Stealth head cover appearance with a sharp headcover. The cover is designed with Stealth branding, edgy and futuristic while remaining readable.

Sound & Feel

Golfers have stated that TaylorMade’s drivers offer the best sound and feel for several previous generations. Look at earlier models such as the Sim and Sim2 and the Sim2 Max. With the new 60X Carbon Twist Face, could these things fall off compared to a Titanium driver?

Maybe some golfers are having difficulty letting go of the abomination known as the Callaway C4.

But in actuality, from early indications, the answer seems to be… No.

The Stealth Driver Family provides a solid feel when striking a Tour-quality golf ball. These drivers are softer than the previous driver, but it still feels solid.

In a hitting bay, the TaylorMade Stealth drivers have a muffled sound. I’m sure it will be quite quiet outside during a round of golf. 

Conclusion

So, If you’re in the market for a new driver, the TaylorMade Stealth driver family is worth a look. With three different models to choose from, there’s sure to be one that perfectly fits your needs and playing style. And with TaylorMade’s patented 60X Carbon Twist Face technology, you’ll be hitting longer and straighter shots than ever before. So if you’re ready to take your golf game to the next level, the TaylorMade Stealth drivers might be the perfect solution for you.

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You're looking for some help when it comes to choosing the right golf gear, and finding the right set up for your game. Chris Howard has been in the golf industry since 1995, and knows just what you need to take your game to the next level. Growing up on a golf course, Chris has always had a love and passion for the sport. He desires to provide others with a better golfing experience - from helping them choose the right golf gear, to finding the perfect set up for their individual game.

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