We can’t do the TaylorMade Stealth 2 Driver any more justice than it has already been done by golfers, club fitters, and reviewers around the world.
Thanks to its expert use of carbon in construction (instead of titanium) it is lighter, optimized for energy transfer, and more forgiving than previous generations of TaylorMade drivers.
But if you want to capitalize on an improved trajectory, range, and control over shot dispersion, you need to pair it with the right TaylorMade shafts.
These are the ones that TaylorMade itself recommends, right on its own website.
Mitsubishi Kai’li Red
One of the shafts TaylorMade recommends for pairing with Stealth 2 Drivers is the Mitsubishi Kai’li Red.
This is to capitalize on the “fargiveness” of Stealth 2 Drivers. The Kai’li Red is the highest-launching shaft in the Kai’li line, and produces medium spin, too.
It’s designed for players looking to capture more power through club head and ball speed, and offers exceptional stability, feel, and performance.
It’s made with MR70 carbon fiber that is 20% lighter than conventional alternatives and offers 10% greater modulus of elasticity.
Thanks also to Super Low Resin Content Prepreg Material, Kai’li shafts offer an increased volume of carbon fiber and less resin, resulting in thinner, lighter, stronger shafts that are more stable, produce less torque, and offer superior feel and feedback.
The Kai’li series has also been tested using the GEARS Motion Capture system; the series consistently demonstrated center-face club strikes, low spin deviation, and tighter control of shot dispersion overall.
In a nutshell, these shafts are consistent and forgiving – just like the Stealth 2 Driver – which makes them a perfect match.
Project X HZRDUS Black
If the low kick point, high-launching, medium spin of the Mitsubishi Kai’li Red is not for you, then the Project X HZRDUS Black – TaylorMade’s other official suggestion – may be.
The Project X HZRDUS Black is all the way on the other end of the spectrum. These are ultra-stiff, ultra-low torque, high-kickpoint shafts that generate low launch and low spin shot profiles across the board.
Here’s what you need to know about the Project X HZRDUS Black line – no matter which one you choose, it will be made with a stiff butt and tip and an extra stiff midsection, making it perfect for players with both fast swing speeds and fast tempos.
If your swing speed is above 100 MPH, and you’ve been frustrated in the past by whippy shafts, then give a Project X HZRDUS Black a swing. They are optimized to produce low trajectories and low spin profiles for even the most aggressive swing speeds.
Get the power you need from the Project X HZRDUS Black. “Fargiveness” is built into the Stealth 2. Let this TaylorMade shaft pairing take it the rest of the way.
Where Can You Learn More?
Not sure either of these two TaylorMade shaft suggestions is a match for you? Need something stiffer and lower launch than the Kai’li Red but not quite as extremely optimized for fast swing speeds as the HZRDUS Black?
Work with a golf club fitter. They’ll take your measurements, observe your swing, and make personalized recommendations for golf shafts that are expertly chosen to be a match not only for the driver head but for you.
And if you want to learn more about any of these shafts or about the Stealth 2 Driver, visit Dallas Golf Company online at DallasGolf.com.
You can learn more on their website but if you’re in their area pay them a visit to their retail shop in Dallas where you can work with one of their fitters.