Available at retail in the UK and Europe from July 15, the Stealth UDI and DHY are both designed to fill in the gaps between a player’s most lofted fairway wood and their longest iron.
The ultimate blend of control and versatility, Stealth UDI is a powerful option from the tee or the turf. Delivering a low launch with mid-to-low spin in a forgiving head design, it’s built for forgiving long iron shots and stingers alike.
Stealth UDI offers a traditional address view with Tour-inspired shaping, a narrower sole width – compared to DHY – and less offset than its predecessors. It’s built to meet the eye of better ball strikers but offers an enhanced level of forgiveness compared to standard long irons.
The weight placement is right behind impact, thus the centre of gravity has been positioned for a lower ball flight, while creating the spin required to shape shots. The CG is comparable to that of P·790 irons, but Stealth UDI has a wider sole for better playability.
The UDI is offered in 18°, 20° (RH/LH) and 23° lofts, with an Aldila ASCENT Black shaft (100X, 90S) and Super Stroke S-Tech (50g) grips. RRP: £219
Designed for power and forgiveness, Stealth DHY delivers a mid-to-low ball flight with distance properties that rival traditional hybrids in an iron-like profile.
It has an inviting address profile, longer blade length and wide sole, creating a generous hitting area that inspires confidence. A rounded heel toe radius enhances playability and turf interaction. The weight is positioned in the sole of the club, creating a lower CG and making it more playable and easier to launch than a traditional iron. That lower CG creates a higher launch than Stealth UDI, giving players the option to choose the launch that best suits their game.
DHY is available in 17°, 19°, 22° and 25° lofts in RH and 19° and 22° in LH, and are fitted with Aldila ASCENT Black shafts (75S, 65R, 55A) and Super Stroke S-Tech (50g) grips. RRP: £219
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