These are the latest Callaway and TaylorMade clubs to appear on the USGA conforming list

Callaway Paradym and TaylorMade Stealth2 drivers.

USGA conforming list

With a new year, and the first PGA Tour event of 2023 about to kick off, it also means new clubs are on the horizon.

Thanks to the governing bodies, including the USGA and the R&A, any club that is to go into play needs to be on the conforming list. That means we get a sneak peek before they end up in players’ bags.



Browsing the USGA conforming lists shows us that Callaway has three main drivers: Paradym, ParadymX and Paradym Triple Diamond, along with a fourth fixed hosel model called the MAX Fast. They all offer the standard adjustable hosel and based on the sole images feature Callaway’s forged carbon material.

Callaway Paradym drivers
Callaway Paradym drivers. USGA conforming list

Fairway woods

Callaway Paradym Fairways
New fairway woods from Callaway. USGA Conforming List

Similar to the drivers, Callaway has three main fairway wood offerings: Paradym, ParadymX, and Paradym Triple Diamond. The adjustable hosel looks to be back for many of the 3-wood heads and some of the fairway wood models also show parts being made of Callaway’s forged carbon.



TaylorMade Stealth2 drivers
TaylorMade Stealth2 drivers USGA Conforming list

As has become the norm for TaylorMade, they also look to have three versions of their new Stealth2 driver: a standard model, a Plus, and an HD, which we will assume based on the others and the weight placement is a draw-biased product.

Fairway woods

TaylorMade Stealth2 fairways
TaylorMade Stealth2 fairway woods. USGA conforming list

Like the Stealth2 drivers, there are three fairway wood models to choose from which include a standard, HD, and Plus model. The standout here is the Plus, which is a titanium construction and has a large adjustable front-to-back weight in the sole. The last time TaylorMade had a large moving weight in a fairway wood was with the M5 which offered side-to-side adjustability but this front-to-back option should have a much bigger effect on launch and spin.

Stayed tuned as we get closer to the official launch dates of these clubs and more.

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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.