Review: TaylorMade Stealth Driver

Review: TaylorMade Stealth Driver

TaylorMade has added three new drivers to its impressive line-up for 2022, the Stealth, Stealth Plus, and the Stealth Hd, all featuring something for everyone.

Last weekend, I went to the course with the Stealth driver, and today I'm going to share my experience about it.


The feel I witnessed while playing with the Stealth is sensational, something I've never felt before in a TaylorMade Driver. I am genuinely impressed, as before using the club, I had some doubt, obviously because of the new carbon wood face, but I must say TaylorMade did a brilliant job.

Stealth sounds different, and it’s somewhat impressive. As we all know, sound translates to feel, and it feels pretty firm indeed.


I tested the driver with my partner, of course, the Sky Trak launch monitor and the stimulator recorded that I had 103 mph clubhead speed, which is three mph more than the SIM Max when I had used that driver for the first time. 

The much-anticipated driver comes with the proven technology of Twist face, which we first saw in the TaylorMade M3 and M4 drivers remain in Stealth to promote faster ball speed. 

I guess it’s the best option for golfers who want more forgiveness than their current driver because this driver helps you generate more speed while giving you unprecedented forgiveness.

The driver features TaylorMade’s adjustable hosel with 12 different loft/lie settings, along with headweight adjustability to create a more consistent and optimized ball flight.

It is available in lofts of 9, 10.5, and 12 degrees for right-handed players and 9, 10.5 degrees for left-handed.

The Final Words

I had a great experience hitting this driver, and the Stealth has indeed lived up to my expectations.

If you are looking to upgrade or have a pressing need for an all-rounder driver that meets all of a player's requirements, the TaylorMade Stealth is the ideal choice.