TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD Driver
Stealth 2 HD Driver By TaylorMade Golf
MORE CARBON, MORE FARGIVENESS
With Stealth™, we pushed past the limits of titanium and welcomed golfers around the world to the Carbonwood Age. So, how far are we willing to take it? Way past far and into FARGIVENESS. Introducing the all-new Stealth 2 HD, combining the elements of speed and forgiveness to unlock FARGIVENESS.
NEW 60X CARBON TWIST FACE
It was already fast. Now, we’ve made it even more forgiving. Building on the speed producing success of the original 60X Carbon Twist Face™, the new design features an enhanced version of Inverted Cone Technology to help maintain ball speed on off-center strikes and increase forgiveness.
MORE CARBON THAN EVER BEFORE
Compared to the original Carbonwood, Stealth 2 features nearly twice the amount of carbon. It is constructed using a new Carbon Reinforced Composite Ring and collectively utilizes more of the lightweight material than any driver in TaylorMade history. Our advanced application of carbon allows for the redistribution of mass for more forgiveness and stability.
DRAW-BIAS AND FORGIVING
Engineers utilized weight savings from the full-body carbon construction and shifted the Inertia Generator closer to the heel, allowing us to maintain draw-bias and extreme MOI. Stealth 2 HD is the most stable and forgiving driver in the family.
Our team of engineers obsessed over creating the perfect sound with Stealth 2 HD, even factoring in carbon sole thickness down to the millimeter. But we didn’t stop there. We used a combination of curvature, shape, and internal stiffening ribs to finely tune acoustics, delivering a sound profile that is both bright and powerful.
TaylorMade Stealth2 HD Driver Specs
Due to a slight variance in how we measure club length compared to the USGA, custom drivers ordered at 45.75 inches may exceed the 46 limit as defined by the USGA. If you’ve ordered a driver at that length, please measure from the end of the grip to assure conformity prior to competing in a sanctioned golf tournament. Variables that can contribute to deviations in length measurements include grip size and/or the presence of a grip cap, such as a tracking tool.