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. The advanced application of carbon allows for the redistribution of mass for more forgiveness and stability.
TaylorMade's team of engineers obsessed over creating the perfect sound with Stealth 2, even factoring carbon sole thickness into the equation. In addition, 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.
HIGHER MOI, OPTIMAL LAUNCH
The reconstructed Stealth 2 Driver delivers higher MOI than Stealth with a heavy 25g tungsten weight positioned on the Inertia Generator for added forgiveness. The TPS Front Weight is strategically located on the sole to encourage optimal launch and spin properties, delivering complete performance and max forgiveness.