FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade Stealth Bomber driving iron

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With all the technology of the forgiving TaylorMade Stealth iron, the Bomber driving iron packs a punch off the tee in a matte black finish.

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Even with the added forgiveness and playability of modern hybrids and fairway woods, a lot of players still prefer the look and feel of a long iron off the tee — the problem is they don’t offer a lot of forgiveness back.

With the release of the new Stealth Bomber driving iron, TaylorMade is looking to help golfers that prefer an iron by bringing game improvement Stealth iron technology to a driving iron package, and with a new finish option to boot.

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The Stealth Bomber comes in a matte black finish. TaylorMade Golf

Just like the standard Stealth irons, the Bomber features a multi-material Cap Back design, which allows the face to flex without affecting the overall center of gravity location. The Stealth iron design is focused around a low-density polymer that supports the entire topline (heel-to-toe) and cavity to add rigidity leading to more ball speed retention and distance — a great thing to have for a driving iron off the tee.

To maintain an overall solid sound and feel, a dampening system is positioned behind the 450 stainless steel face, in addition to internal ribs, to absorb unwanted vibrations and elicit a solid sound at impact.

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The Stealth Bomber and its airplane-inspired headcover. TaylorMade Golf

Speaking of impact (see what I did there), the one thing the Stealth Bomber won’t be impacting is other clubs in your bag because it comes with a unique WWII-inspired bomber plane shark paint job cover with details all the way down to what looks like rivets.


Loft: 17 degrees
Length: 40’’
Shaft: UST Mamiya Recoil Dart 90S, 105X
Grip: Golf Pride Z-Grip 360 58 RD Black +2

Price and availability

The Stealth Bomber driving iron is available now (right hand only), and only available at, and priced at $249.99.

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Ryan Barath Editor

Ryan Barath is GOLF Magazine and’s senior editor for equipment. He has an extensive club-fitting and -building background with more than 20 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. Before joining the staff, he was the lead content strategist for Tour Experience Golf, in Toronto, Canada.