Taylormade Stealth 2 Vs Taylormade Stealth 2 Plus Hybrid Comparison
At a glance, not much separates the Stealth 2 and Stealth 2 Plus hybrids.
But I took a closer look to suss out the important differences you need to know about.
Taylormade Stealth 2 Hybrid Overview
“The Stealth 2 hybrid is equipped with inverted face technology, and more mass placed low and deep in the head.”
It took a few good swings to suss out that the standard Stealth 2 has a lower CG than the Stealth 2 Plus.
This produced higher launch angles for me without having to alter my swing.
The Stealth 2 also has a slightly larger head than the Stealth 2 Plus. Normally, this would make the Stealth 2 more forgiving.
But I saw almost no difference in forgiveness. But I typically don’t need a massive sweet spot on my hybrids so I might be a bit biased.
Stealth 2 Plus Hybrid Overview
“The Stealth 2 Plus is available in 2H, 3H and 4H models while the standard Stealth 2 hybrid is available in 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H and 7H models.”
The Stealth 2 Plus is definitely for consistent ball strikers. A slightly smaller sweet spot and head profile makes shot-shaping really easy.
The launch is a bit lower than the standard Stealth 2 which faster swingers will probably like.
Actually, this is one of the most workable hybrids I’ve tested in a long while. Cuts, fades and even knockdowns were all very much within the realm of possibility with this club.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the Stealth 2 Plus and would recommend it for mid and low handicappers seeking versatility on the course.
The Stealth 2 hybrid is definitely a burner and offers more forgiveness. I would definitely recommend the standard Stealth 2 hybrid to 15+ handicappers.”