TaylorMade Driver

The TaylorMade driver is known for its innovative technology, which aims to increase distance and accuracy. They often feature adjustable weights and loft settings, allowing golfers to customise the club to their swing and course conditions. Here we'll go through their driver options available. 




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TaylorMade Stealth 2 Driver


The Stealth 2 is a new golf driver from TaylorMade that combines speed and forgiveness for better performance. It features an updated 60X Carbon Twist Face design that helps maintain ball speed and increase forgiveness. The driver is made with nearly twice as much carbon as its predecessor, allowing for more forgiveness and stability.

The engineers also worked on creating a premium sound with a combination of factors, including carbon sole thickness and acoustics.

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TaylorMade Stealth Driver

In early 2022 TaylorMade created a new golf driver called Stealth. Featuring a 60X Carbon Twist Face that allows for better energy transfer and faster ball speeds across a larger area of the club face. The design of the driver is meant to optimize the moment of inertia (MOI), which is the club's resistance to twisting on off-center hits, leading to more forgiveness and accuracy.

Overall, the TaylorMade Stealth Driver is a high-performance club designed to improve distance, accuracy, and forgiveness for golfers of all skill levels.

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TaylorMade SIM2 Driver


The SIM2 driver was rebuilt to give golfers more forgiveness and distance. Its design includes a lightweight and strong construction called Forged Ring, an aerodynamic shape with an Inertia Generator on the sole, and a low spin/high forgiveness feature with strategically positioned weights.

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TaylorMade SIM Driver


In early 2020, TaylorMade launched the SIM Driver range featuring an asymmetric sole design and powerful Inertia Generator, which increased aerodynamics and speed during the most critical stage of the swing. The reshaped sole design optimized club head speed and enhanced aerodynamics, while the Inertia Generator positioned weight at the rear for increased forgiveness.

The face curve reduced sidespin and the Loft Sleeve Technology provided adjustability for optimal trajectory and face angle preferences up to +/-2° loft change.

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 TaylorMade M5 & M6 Driver

In 2019, TaylorMade released the M5 and M6 drivers with the goal of achieving speed at the edge of legal limits. The club head was infused with tuning resin to maximize ball speed and distance, resulting in a performance that met or came close to the legal limit.

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