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Arguably one of the biggest names in golf equipment, TaylorMade continues to push the boundaries of technology. With constant innovations, TaylorMade provides high quality equipment across the entire bag.
Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, and other top golfers use TaylorMade clubs on the PGA Tour. They help the brand rank among the most popular in every club category.
TaylorMade remains best known for its metal woods, a technology it pioneered in 1979. In addition, the company produces high quality hybrids, irons, wedges, putters, and golf balls. Current product lines include STEALTH 2 (driver through irons), P7MC/P7MB irons and the Spider GTX putters.
GlobalGolf is proud to offer a wide variety of TaylorMade drivers, TaylorMade fairway woods, TaylorMade irons, and more. We have new and used TaylorMade golf clubs that change daily, so check back regularly for our latest stock.
STEALTH 2, 2023
The TaylorMade STEALTH 2 Driver takes golf club technology to new heights, focusing on speed, forgiveness, and enhanced performance. With a design that incorporates more carbon than ever before, this driver offers increased
forgiveness and stability.
An all-new Inverted Cone Technology enhances the 60X Carbon Twist Face of the STEALTH 2 Driver. This technology maintains ball speed on off-center strikes and improves forgiveness. The construction of the STEALTH 2 Driver also
features a Carbon Reinforced Composite Ring. This ring utilizes a larger amount of lightweight carbon material for better performance.
One standout feature of the TaylorMade STEALTH 2 Driver is its emphasis on delivering a premium sound experience. Engineers behind this driver meticulously crafted the sound profile by considering many factors. These factors include
carbon sole thickness, curvature, shape, and internal stiffening ribs. This focus on sound brings bright and powerful sound upon impact, further enhancing the overall feel and performance of the driver.
The TaylorMade STEALTH 2 Driver sets a new standard in driver technology. It features a combination of carbon composite advancements, enhanced forgiveness, premium sound, and optimized launch properties.
The Taylormade STEALTH Driver is a revolutionary golf club that embraces the Carbonwood Age. With Carbon Twist Face technology, the STEALTH Driver boasts 60 layers of strategically arranged carbon sheets. This enhances energy
transfer for faster ball speeds across more area of the face. Player testing showed increased ball speed compared to the SIM2 drivers at an average swing speed of 106 mph.
In addition to its impressive performance, the STEALTH Driver offers optimal spin and launch characteristics. Firstly, a nanotexture cover creates the ideal amount of friction at impact. Next, polyurethane covers the entire face for
fine-tuned launch and spin. This combination of technologies ensures that golfers can achieve the desired launch and spin for maximum distance.
The STEALTH Driver also focuses on forgiveness. The 60X Carbon Twist Face weighs 44% less than titanium, enabling the positioning of more weight lower in the head. This results in added forgiveness compared to the STEALTH Plus
model. This forgiveness provides golfers with increased confidence and consistency in their shots, even on off-center hits.
Overall, the Taylormade STEALTH Driver combines innovative carbon technology, optimal spin and launch characteristics. These characteristics offer complete forgiveness to deliver exceptional performance on the golf course. With its
advanced design and construction, the STEALTH Driver is a game-changing club that can help golfers achieve their maximum potential off the tee.
SIM2 is the follow-up to TaylorMade's highly successful SIM series, offering clubs that span through the entire bag.
The SIM2, SIM2 Max and SIM2 Max D Drivers are noteworthy for their reshaped heads and a new Inertia Generator. These new technologies combine to create greater clubhead speed and forgiveness.
The SIM2 Max D features draw bias weighting and a slightly larger clubface than its siblings, while each model offers a different launch height.
TaylorMade’s SIM2 fairway woods boast the lowest center of gravity in company history. That means a higher launch from the short grass for any caliber of golfer. TaylorMade touts the iron-like workability of its SIM2 Rescue models,
whose updated V Steel design promises more versatility.
For its SIM2 irons, TaylorMade introduced Cap-Back – a lightweight, polymer insert which stabilizes the clubhead. Most notable is a sweet spot precisely placed to cover the areas where golfers most often make contact.
Hi-Toe RAW Wedges, 2021
Also new this year is the Hi-Toe RAW Wedge series, available in a variety of lofts and bounce angles. TaylorMade took its existing Hi-Toe wedges – which feature an expanded toe area, higher center of gravity and scoring lines across
the entire clubface – and gave them sharper, narrower grooves and a raw finish for increased spin.
SIM stands for Shape In Motion and includes men’s and women’s drivers, fairway woods, rescue clubs (aka hybrids), irons and wedges.
TaylorMade SIM drivers and woods feature an Aerodynamic Asymmetric Sole and Inertia Generator, designed to boost clubhead speed for more distance
and MOI for greater forgiveness and accuracy. SIM models are built with TaylorMade’s Twist Face technology and adjustable weighting as well.
SIM hybrids are the first to utilize a V Steel sole plate for reduced turf interaction and better contact from all lies. SIM Max and Max OS irons boast a refined Speed Bridge inside the club along with ECHO Dampening. Result: More
distance and superior feel.
Products in this line include TaylorMade’s SIM, SIM Max and SIM Max D drivers and fairway woods, SIM Max rescues, and SIM Max and SIM Max OS irons, wedges and combo sets (which blend hybrids, irons and wedges).
M5 and M6, 2019
The most recent iterations of TaylorMade’s “M” lineup, the M5 and M6 nameplates adorn drivers, woods, hybrids and irons. The company touts
its Speed Injection process for maximizing distance from each individual clubhead, while its Twist Face technology – designed to reduce sidespin on off-center strikes – ups the ante for accuracy.
M3 and M4, 2018
TaylorMade introduced its innovative Twist Face technology with the M3 and M4 Lines. Engineers studied the effects of traditional “bulge and
roll” – face curvature intended to bring off-center strikes back on line – and found conventional wisdom didn’t stand up. So they tweaked the heel-to-toe and top-to-bottom clubface shape to produce better results on miss-hit shots.
Both the M3 and M4 lineups feature drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons for both men and women.
M1 and M2, 2017
The successor to TaylorMade’s vaunted “R” lineup, the M1 and M2 featured an all-new adjustable weighting system for greater flexibility in the driver. The company also added more lightweight carbon to the crown for greater weight
distribution on the perimeter, upping MOI for enhanced forgiveness. TaylorMade touted the M1 and M2’s “Geocoustic” technology for improved sound and feel.
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