Titleist T350 Vs Taylormade Stealth HD Irons Comparison Overview

In the game improvement arena, Taylormade stands as a titan.

So I guess you can look at the comparison of the Titleist T350 irons to the Taylormade Stealth HD irons kind of like David Vs Goliath – Taylormade being David.

Both are game improvement irons but they each have their unique qualities. Will this have the same unlikely ending the story of David and Goliath had? Read on to find out.

Titleist T350 Irons Overview 

“The Titleist T350’s are hollow body irons with a forged face and dual tungsten perimeter weighting.”

Compared to the Stealth HD irons, the Titleist T350’s have a compact look. Objectively though, they are moderate-sized irons. But they are packed with forgiveness features. The tungsten weighting made my mis-hits look like pure strikes. It kept the spin rates down so even toe-side misses were flying straight.

The turf interaction, courtesy of a Vokey Design variable bounce sole, was also exceptionally smooth. I have a problem with swinging heavy but the Titleist T350’s kept me out of the dirt and as a result, my club head speed was uninhibited.

The forged face makes for excellent consistency. The Titleist T350 irons are great for players who use the whole of the face. But they aren’t miracle workers. Heel-side mis-hits were losing a bit of ball speed. The Titleist T350’s also produce a mid/high launch.

Taylormade Stealth HD Irons Overview

“The Stealth HD irons join the ranks of modern game improvement irons with stupid-strong lofts.”

The 9-iron checks in at 38.5° which is just a scosche weaker than the 38° 9 iron of the Titleist T350 set. And I would actually classify the Stealth HD irons as super game improvement irons.

They have thick top lines, extra wide soles and a lot of offset. They are also draw bias weighted – hence the “HD” moniker which apparently stands for HIgh Draw. Despite the strong lofts, the Stealth HD irons launch very high.

The wide soles and low CG counters the strong lofts and then some. They launch higher than the Titleist T350 irons for sure.

“Through the purview of pure game improvement irons, David does not conquer Goliath in this comparison. If you are looking for max help as a beginner or 25+ handicapper, the Taylormade Stealth HD irons are the better irons. The Titleist T350’s are a formidable opponent; but they are more suited to 18-23 handicappers.”

Titleist T350 – First Impressions

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“I liked the fact that there isn’t a lot going on with the Titleist T350 irons.”

There is very little physical business in these irons. The cavity plate is plain and unremarkable and the shaping of the head is closer to a traditional blade.

I was expecting beauty from these Titleist irons and they didn’t disappoint.

When I started swinging them, I liked the fact that the launch angles I was getting were low.

This may confound higher handicap players who do better distance-wise with steep launch angles.

But for my aggressive swing and swing speed, the launch was perfect.

On the other hand, I was finding it difficult to stick on greens with anything longer than the 7-iron in this set.

Taylormade Stealth HD Irons – First Impressions

“The first thing that almost all of our testers noticed about these irons was the width of the sole.”

This is what makes these borderline hybrid irons. The sole looks very chunky both in the bag and behind the ball. For high handicappers, this will likely be a welcome sight. You will feel very confident taking a full swing with these irons and likely increase your striking accuracy.

Tayloramde Stealth Iron Family

“For better players looking for a bit more workability, the standard Taylormade Stealth irons would be a solid choice.”

The standard Taylormade Stealth HD irons have a more traditional iron look at address even as they are cavity backs. Mass has been shaved off of the toe area and repositioned in the sole, right under the sweet spot. So you get rewarded more than usual when you pure the ball. The flight is lower compared to the Taylormade Stealth HD irons and so are the spin rates.

The standard Taylormade Stealth irons will definitely feel better for players with faster swing speeds too. They have a neutral flight instead of the internal draw bias of the Taylormade Stealth HD irons. The standard Tayloramde Stealth irons lack the multi-material cavity badge in the back; but they don’t really need it because forgiveness is not the main emphasis of these irons.

Titleist T350 Irons – Selling Points

  • Hollow body design
  • Tungsten weighting
  • Forged face
  • Trailing edge relief
  • Strong trajectory
  • Special brazing process for the tungsten weights
  • Vokey variable bounce soles

Taylormade Stealth HD Irons Selling Points

  • Steep launch angles
  • Good stopping power
  • They play well from the rough
  • They will help you correct your slice
  • The wide sole looks forgiving behind the ball
  • Great for high handicap players looking to increase accuracy

Who Are the Titleist T350 Irons for?

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I feel that the Titleist T350 irons would be most beneficial for players in the 15 to 25 handicap range.

As Titleist irons, they naturally have some workability even though they are game improvement irons.

But they also have a generous head shape compared to other Titleist GI irons so 20-25 handicappers will have an easier time with them.

If your club path is still inconsistent, the Titleist T350 irons can’t do much for you as the dispersion isn’t automatically tight.

But if you are reasonably accurate, the Titleist T350 irons will get you where you need to go.

The T Series Family of Irons

Included in the T series of irons from Titleist is the Titleist T400 set.

The Titleist T400 irons are the most forgiving in the series and are best for beginners and high handicappers.

They don’t offer the same kind of responsive feel as the Titleist T350 irons; but they have a more expansive sweet spot for players who struggle with accuracy.

On the opposite end of the spectrum are the T100 irons which are best for single-digit handicappers.

Distance: 97/100

Accuracy: 96/100

Forgiveness: 96/100

Feel And Control: 97/100

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Overall Score: 97/100

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Who Are the Taylormade Stealth HD Irons for?

“The Taylormade Stealth HD irons will benefit high handicappers and in particular, high handicappers that need to be able to launch the ball high while keeping it on the fairway.”

If accuracy is your main concern, then the Taylormade Stealth HD irons should definitely be on your radar. If distance is your main concern, you may want to look elsewhere. The distance isn’t the main attraction with these irons. Don’t misunderstand, as we have said the distance our testers were yielding with these irons was considerable – just not anything you would write home about.

Distance: 93/100

Workability: 90/100

Accuracy: 95/100

Feel & Control: 93/100

Overall Score: 93/100

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