By Ryan Ballengee

Jan. 4, 2022

The new TaylorMade Stealth drivers represent a new era of design for the company, with three driver models using a 60-layer carbon-fiber face instead of titanium. And TaylorMade says it will never make another titanium-faced driver again.

The Carbonwood

TaylorMade says carbon fiber, which has been used in driver crowns and bodies for years now, is superior to titanium. It;s lighter, stronger, easier to customize and holds up to thousands of impacts better than titanium, which can deform, flatten and become non-conforming over time.

Why Carbon Fiber?

The carbon fiber face, which can be customized in different colors, saves about 4 grams in weight that is used elsewhere. Depending on the model, that could mean a weight track (Stealth Plus) or more MOI (Stealth and Stealth HD).

Saves Weight

The Stealth drivers have Twist Face technology to help with off-center hits, and a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket helps increase ball speeds with the faster carbon-fiber face. TaylorMade expects 1.1 mph increases in ball speed, but some golfers are seeing much more.

More Tech

The TaylorMade Stealth drivers are available for pre-order on Jan. 4 and go on sale at retail shops on Feb. 4. The Stealth Plus, for better players, is $600, while the Stealth and Stealth HD are $580 each. A women's model is available for $580 as well.

Launch Date, Price