TaylorMade Stealth HD Golf Driver
60X Carbon Twist Face With Draw Bias Design
The TaylorMade Stealth HD Driver is twenty years of development that marks the end of the titanium era and enters the age of Carbonwood.
For the last 20 years, Titanium was all the rage, but TaylorMade have always known that every material has a limit. So, they started pushing the boundaries and now they're leaving the old race behind to begin a completely new one. A race that drives beyond the here and now to raise the bar for what's possible.
The future of driver performance begins with TaylorMade's 60X Carbon Twist Face - comprised of 60 layers of carbon sheets strategically arranged for better energy transfer and faster ball speeds across a large area of the face. TaylorMade's 20-year journey to change the face of golf was made possible by an innovative nanotexture cover, which creates the face texture needed to produce the ideal amount of friction at impact. The polyurethane cover encases the entire face to fine tune launch and spin, optimizing total distance in all playing conditions.
Historically, draw bias drivers have not been forgiving - as the higher CG needed to create the necessary spin led to a lower MOI. Stealth HD flips this design convention on its head, delivering draw-bias with a stable feel and the highest MOI of any driver in the Stealth family.
The Asymmetric Inertia Generator creates advanced aerodynamics at the most critical phase of the swing - the moment right before impact. This breakthrough design increases clubhead speeds, while also allowing additional weight to be placed at the rear of the club to encourage higher MOI, optimal launch and improved forgiveness.
Knowing that sound is a critical component of feel, TaylorMade's team of engineers obsessed over creating the perfect sound with Stealth. They used a combination of curvature, shape, and internal stiffening ribs to finely tune acoustics, delivering a sound profile that is both bright and powerful to match TaylorMade drivers through recent years.