Taylormade Stealth Vs Titleist TSR2 Hybrid

Taylormade Stealth Vs Titleist TSR2 Hybrid

Who makes better hybrids, Taylormade or Titleist?

Find out in the following comparison.

Taylormade Stealth Hybrid Overview

“The Stealth hybrid features a carbon crown, V-steel sole panel and twist face technology.”

The head is sort of elongated from front to back so it looks like it has a larger footprint than the Titleist TSR2.

You can also see the carbon weave in the crown. The Stealth hybrid is very forgiving and easy to hit; but it sort of drags a bit in the rough.

So players who tend to dig may have an issue with this club. It retails for $230.

Titleist TSR2 Hybrid Overview

“The TSR2 has an adjustable hosel, deep CG and sole relief pockets.”

It has a more compact look than the Stealth hybrid even with a relatively long blade.

The crown has nothing on it so it looks sleek and fast. The TSR2 produced high launch, steep descent angles and moderate spin.

And it doesn’t snag in the rough. It retails for $300.

“In this comparison at least, the Titleist TSR2 hybrid came out on top. It plays cleaner through the rough and has the stopping power to hold fast greens.”

Taylormade Stealth Hybrid

In 20 Words or Less

The name says it all, this club is a beast. The club slides so easily through the turf.

Titleist TSR2 Hybrid

In 20 Words or Less

“The Titleist TSR2 offers a good combination of shot shapeability and forgiveness with the added bonus of smooth turf interaction.”

Taylormade Stealth Hybrid First Impressions

The first thing you notice is how square the club sits when you put it behind the ball.

TaylorMade has been able to make the Stealth Rescue sit unbelievably well behind the ball, this gives you confidence from the outset.

One thing is for sure, the V Steel technology works like a charm, the club slides through the turf in any lie, from the fairway to the rough, the TaylorMade Stealth has you covered.

The way TaylorMade positioned the weight throughout the head makes it incredibly easy to launch and very forgiving. This gives you the ability to stop the ball on the green easier than ever.

The TaylorMade Stealth Hybrid Family

TaylorMade only has one additional Hybrid in this family, they call it the Stealth Plus.

This Hybrid is going to feature a more player/iron looking shape. It is definitely for the mid to low handicap golfer, as it has a mid to low launch and spin profile.

The big benefit is that it has an adjustable loft sleeve, this allows you to play with the face angle and loft, to really get your desired shape and distance dialed in.

Titleist TSR2 Hybrid First Impressions

“My first thought about the Titleist TSR2 hybrid was that it looked really clean.”

As usual, Titleist kept the design of the crown neat and tidy. All you see is a pleasing spherical shape and a single alignment marker. I also liked the rounded shape that leans towards a fairway wood aesthetic.

The Titleist TSR Hybrid Family

If you’re looking for more of a player’s look and more adjustability, check out the Titleist TSR3. The Titleist TSR3 is the only hybrid in the TSR line to feature an adjustable CG weight.

A single weight can be positioned to achieve a neutral, heel, toe, extreme heel or extreme toe center of gravity. The Titleist TSR3 also features the same adjustable hosel as the Titleist TSR2.

Compared to the TSR1 and TSR2 hybrids, the TSR3 has a more compact head shape. It doesn’t extend as far as the Titleist TSR2 so you get more of a large iron profile than a fairway wood profile.

As a result, the Titleist TSR3 is the most workable hybrid in the TSR family. I would definitely recommend it to mid and low handicappers.

TaylorMade Stealth Hybrid Selling Points

  • V Steel sole helps with turf interaction
  • Tungsten weighting helps with launch
  • Incredibly easy to stop on greens
  • Extremely forgiving

Titleist TSR2 Selling Points

  • Adjustable hosel
  • Extended sweet spot
  • Recessed sole relief pockets
  • Long blade length
  • Low CG

Who is the Taylormade Stealth Hybrid for?

The TaylorMade Stealth Hybrid is aimed at your mid to high handicap player, the distance and forgiveness will benefit you tremendously.

It has a slight draw bias, so if you are a lower handicap or someone that doesn’t struggle drawing the ball, we suggest trying this club out before you purchase it.

The V Steel technology is a game changer, as a high handicap player, consistently striking the ball is always an issue, the V Steel sole helps with turf interaction, giving you a more consistent distance and ball flight.

Distance: 95/100

Feel & Control: 93/100

Accuracy: 96/100

Forgiveness: 94/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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Who is the Titleist TSR2 Hybrid for?

“Despite my preconceptions, testing the Titleist TSR2 hybrid proved that it is indeed a good club for high handicappers.”

I would say that as long as you’re in the 17-25 handicap range, you will get along well with this hybrid. I really liked that it covered up toe-side mis-hits which is probably the most common type of mis-hit for high handicappers.

The Titleist TSR2 hybrid is also easy to launch. I was achieving steep launch angles and correspondingly steep descent angles. As a result, I was able to stop the ball better on or at least near my target.

So if you are looking for a hybrid that will not only provide adequate forgiveness but  make you a better pin-hunter, the Titleist TSR2 would be a solid choice.

Distance: 96/100

Feel & Control: 95/100

Accuracy: 96/100

Forgiveness: 96/100

Overall Score: 96/100

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