TaylorMade Golf has just announced a new addition to its collection of riding/utility irons. The new Stealth Bomber (could the name still be on the nose?) joins the Stealth UHY and Stealth UDI as a driver or 3-wood alternative when finding a fairway is an absolute must.
What is a fairway? Asking for a friend.
About the TaylorMade Stealth bomb iron
True to the name Stealth, TaylorMade Stealth Bomber tool iron it flies a little under the radar, or at least is almost invisible – at least by TaylorMade standards.
There is no press release full of carefully selected and crafted quotes from the R&D team. Instead, it’s a “what you see is what you get” approach (especially if what you see is Stealth Iron).
This is because while the Stealth Bomber Iron is technically a new offering, the underlying technology is identical to that found in TaylorMade’s Stealth Irons. We don’t need to repeat it here, but if you’re curious, Here’s what that means.
Simply put, the Stealth Bomber iron can be thought of as a game-enhancing design, adapted or extended for golfers looking to distance from the tee along with plenty of forgiveness.
Speaking as a guy who’s had a rough life this year from the get-go, the Stealth Bomber isn’t without its charm.
TaylorMade Stealth Bomber Iron Design touches
Given that the Stealth Bomber Iron can be considered more of an extension of the line than an entirely new thing, it’s not entirely surprising that it comes with a matte black PVD finish. As you may have noticed, golf brands rely heavily on black when it’s time to make something old look new.
And yes, TaylorMade Stealth Bomber iron it’s not technically old, but as I said, the underlying technology dates back to early last season.
Other cosmetic details include a bomb graphic that replaces the club number on the fingers (although the loft is still visible).
It also comes with a headgear inspired by historic fighter planes.
I’m torn here. I have a lot of anti-iron headgear, and the Stealth Bomber headgear is a lot more iron than the hybrid, but the shark design isn’t as bad as a typical iron headgear, so I’m willing to let it slide off.
Specifications, prices and availability
Described by the company as tee shot destroyer, The TaylorMade Stealth Bomber Iron / Utility is only available at 17°. As with many releases that fall at the niche end of the spectrum, it’s only available to right-handed golfers (#SuckItCanada).
The buttstock is a UST Mamiya Recoil Dart in 90S or 105X. The standard grip is Golf Pride Z-Grip 360 58 Round +2.
Borrowing a page from the new Adams Golf, the TaylorMade Stealth Bomber Iron is a DTC-only deal, available exclusively through TaylorMadeGolf.com.
The retail price is $249.99. Available now.
We hope to have a TaylorMade Stealth Bomber Iron review for you soon.
Until then, for more information or to make a purchase, please visit the site TaylorMadeGolf.com.