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    Pro Tip: New TaylorMade Stealth Fairway Woods and Hybrids Put a Premium on Forgiveness

    Pro Tip: New TaylorMade Stealth Fairway Woods and Hybrids Put a Premium on Forgiveness

    The golf clubs in TaylorMade Golf’s newest product line for 2022 are made with carbon, as opposed to titanium, and they emphasize forgiveness and performance more so than previous models.

    We’ve already detailed the advantages of the TaylorMade Stealth drivers and the Stealth irons, so let’s take a closer look at the new TaylorMade fairway woods and hybrid Stealth clubs and how they compare to the SIM and M models.

    New TaylorMade Fairway Woods Made For Forgiveness

    When it comes to going the distance, it always makes sense to reach for a fairway wood. The new TaylorMade fairway woods in the Stealth line aim to please by delivering on distance gains with excellent forgiveness, thanks to the Stealth’s carbon crown.

    The biggest difference between the fairway woods in the TaylorMade Stealth line and those in the SIM and M lines is the emphasis on launch, distance and forgiveness, and its use of carbon. The SIM, on the other hand, uses a mix of materials and maintains a low center of gravity (CG) for high ball flight. Fairway woods from the M Family, like the M5 or M6, are still popular, especially as used TaylorMade fairway woods; they help you meet those same speed and distance goals with straighter shots.

    New TaylorMade Fairway Woods Raise the Stakes

    TaylorMade STEALTH Fairway Wood

    The new TaylorMade Stealth fairway wood’s all-new carbon crown delivers on a high moment of inertia (MOI), giving you serious forgiveness. This is achieved by having most of the weight placed lower in the club head, and since it has a larger face than the Stealth Plus, it’s ideal for golfers looking to improve on distance. This is a great option for mid to high handicap players looking for a reliable fairway wood with a good balance of forgiveness and distance gains.

    TaylorMade Stealth Plus Fairway Delivers on Ball Speed

    TaylorMade STEALTH Pllus Fairway Wood

    If you’re choosing a TaylorMade fairway wood for not only distance but also faster ball speed, the new Stealth Plus Fairway is the right choice for you. Geared toward mid to low handicap players, this new TaylorMade fairway wood takes some of the best aspects of previous models and builds on them for improved shot making ability and distance.

    The materials are both strong and flexible, with a face designed to straighten out your shots no matter how you hit them, with improved accuracy.


    New TaylorMade Hybrids for Distance and Forgiveness

    The great thing about having hybrids in your golf bag is their versatility and convenience for many different types of shots. With this in mind, the new TaylorMade hybrids in 2022 were designed for reliability so you can count on them in many different situations, whether they’re taking the place of a long iron or fairway wood.

    Compared to the SIM and M lines of hybrids, the TaylorMade Stealth line is more focused on distance and forgiveness specifically. The TaylorMade SIM2 hybrid, for example, is also good for forgiveness but really emphasizes control like an iron. Likewise, the TaylorMade M2 hybrid puts a premium on forgiveness despite coming from a previous generation, making this a great option for anyone in the market for used TaylorMade hybrids.

    TaylorMade Stealth Rescue

    TaylorMade STEALTH Rescue

    Like the other clubs in the Stealth line, the TaylorMade Stealth Rescue hybrid incorporates carbon into its design; in this case, in its carbon crown. The main attributes of the Stealth Rescue are forgiveness and a high launch, which is good when you’re using a hybrid in place of an iron.

    With a heavy sole that positions weight low in the club, you can depend on the Stealth Rescue to launch your ball up and out from any lie. For this reason, this is an excellent choice for mid to high range handicap golfers who are looking for a reliable hybrid to help them escape tricky situations.

    TaylorMade Stealth Plus Rescue

    TaylorMade STEALTH Plus Rescue

    For golfers looking for a good hybrid to stand up to a long iron, the TaylorMade Stealth Plus Rescue is it. Giving you greater control over ball trajectory and the shape of your ball flight than most hybrids, the Stealth Plus Rescue delivers on all of this plus ample forgiveness, which lower handicap players will especially enjoy. The slight curve of the club face is engineered to deliver on straight shots even when you miss-hit the ball.

    If you prefer long irons, the TaylorMade P790 irons are another suitable option for low handicap players.


    Finding the Right TaylorMade Stealth Clubs for You

    If it sounds like you need to add a TaylorMade fairway wood or hybrid to your golf bag, look into GlobalGolf’s array of services. Starting with USelect™, receive personalized recommendations based on your skill level and preferences by taking a brief quiz. Then, demo your recommended clubs at your own golf course or driving range using UTry®.

    Once you've found the right golf clubs for you, it’s also worth remembering that UTrade-In™ allows you to trade in your current clubs for credit you can use on your next GlobalGolf purchase. For low-cost options, browse used TaylorMade fairway woods or hybrids. We’re here to make sure you’re one step closer to improving your game and updating your golf bag with confidence.