What a sensation it was in the early ’90s when the Japanese began making titanium alloy golf clubs. They became quickly popular among golfers due to their excellent stability and flexibility.
Despite these tangible benefits iron golf clubs are dominating the market because titanium golf clubs are more expensive. Another popular material in the last couple of years is tungsten.
Did you know:
Carbon fibers hold much more superiority than titanium in the performance of making lighter and toughness.
And here we come to the new TaylorMade Stealth driver family.
TaylorMade Stealth driver family – innovations & features
The new TaylorMade Stealth drivers have got a one-of-one 60X Carbon Twist Face – comprised of 60 layers of carbon sheets strategically arranged to optimize energy transfer.
The 60 layers of carbon fiber in the TaylorMade Stealth drivers help do exactly that by…
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