TaylorMade STEALTH 2.0 Driver Review

TaylorMade STEALTH 2.0 Driver Review

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    6 Replies to “TaylorMade STEALTH 2.0 Driver Review”

    1. Deng Eomg says:

      Has any company ever come out with a driver that wasn’t their best and longest ever?

    2. Paul Brown says:

      Another overpriced tailormade driver. Sim2 just the same to be honest, I will probably try it in about a year as the old stealth is £270 now 😆

    3. Clerns says:

      Taylormade peaked with the original SIM, change my mind.

    4. Ginge says:

      No not trying that with being ginger I don’t need any more red in my life 😂

    5. Jon Hall says:

      It says Taylormade on it, so it’s a no from me!

    6. CWTraining says:

      Stock shafts still 45.75?

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