The good kind of bias
We’ll keep this simple: if you’re slicing it and missing to the right, there is a solution. This article explores the problem, the solution and how it works…
With the PGA and DP World Tour (formerly European Tour) seasons well underway, we’re seeing all these exciting, impressive adverts for new drivers on TV and online. TaylorMade really caught our eye with its new Stealth drivers. Why? That’s what we’re going to explore.
Ok, the red face obviously caught everybody’s eye and the golf world was buzzing with chatter. But what is it all about? What does it do? Well, that head-turning face is signalling in ‘The Age of the Carbonwood’.
Sixty layers of carbon fibre have been used to make the face, which optimises distance & forgiveness. This is then coated in a revolutionary new nanotexture cover that fine-tunes launch & spin. When that ground-breaking technology is combined with tried & trusted TaylorMade tech like the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket and Asymmetric Inertia Generator, you’re onto a winner.
The standard model is made to give players of all abilities the distance they desire without sacrificing in other areas. That means you’re getting a perfect balance of all the components you want off-the-tee. Browse Stealth.
TaylorMade utilised the weight saving of the carbon fibre face and shifted the Inertia Generator to give you a draw-bias, slice-fighting ball flight with crazy amounts of forgiveness. Browse Stealth HD.
This driver is all about giving you control. The low-spinning performance gives you that penetrating, workable ball flight, while the sliding weight track allows you to shape your shots with precision. Browse Stealth Plus.
Alright, so we’ve established that these new TaylorMade drivers are seriously impressive, but how do you know which one is right for you? Our custom-fitting service promises to find you the perfect driver in the optimal set-up for your game.