Game improvement irons don’t have to be big and clunky—that’s what TaylorMade’s Stealth irons prove.
“These irons really look fantastic—where design language meets great technology.”
That’s Matt Bovee, TaylorMade’s senior manager of product creation for irons, perspective on the company’s Stealth irons. As one might expect from irons called Stealth, these aren’t your father’s clunky game improvement irons. In fact, you might be surprised to see the irons, that don’t look at all like the shovels of old, and offer a very attractive back badge that covers a lot forward-thinking technology.
“This is a new way to design game improvement irons,” Bovee says.
The result is a high-launching, fast iron with an appearance that will appeal to a broad range of golfers. The all new Stealth irons can be pre-ordered now and will be available both in store and online April 1st.
Toe Wrap Construction Cap Back
The toe wrap, which can be seen in the black band that wraps around the toe, offers forgiveness and feel to the irons, as well as shifting mass for the high toe, creating low CG and high launch conditions.
A 450SS Face
The face has a sweet spot that spans the most typical impact points of the average mid-to-high handicap golfer, delivering impressive ball speeds.
Thru-Slot Speed Pocket
Seen throughout TaylorMade’s line of irons and woods, the speed pocket increases ball speed, while the Echo Dampening System uses a polymer blend to limit vibrations. This makes the irons feel like forged clubs, which are desired by many golfers, though only played by the best.
Is if for me?
Many mid and high-handicap players need the technology to assist them in hitting higher, straighter shots, but are put off by the look of game improvement irons, with their big, clunky cavity back appearance. That’s gone with the Stealth irons, but their appearance obscures a ton of technology that helps golfers get the ball in the air and hit it longer.