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Every golfer outside the PGA Tour could stand a little help from their irons, which is why the game-improvement category dominates. For some players, however, the typical bulky build of these clubs is a turnoff.
Not the new TaylorMade Stealth.
The expected high tech is all here but in a hollow-body design whose profile is suited more for “players.” We like the multi-material Cap Back design, which “activates” the face without affecting the overall center of gravity location, and the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket that, among other things, creates a larger sweet spot.
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TaylorMade Stealth Irons
With the all-new TaylorMade Stealth irons, you can expect to play less golf, more often.
Based on recent player testing, the Stealth design is too real. A few GOLF staffers picked up 40 yards (not a typo) with the iron on the range. The design certainly lives up to the hype.
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