MacIntyre Collects Second Career DP World TOUR Win at DS Automobiles Italian Open With Stealth Plus Driver

ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 18: Robert MacIntyre of Scotland tees off the 18th hole on Day Four of the DS Automobiles Italian Open 2022 at Marco Simone Golf Club on September 18, 2022 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Team TaylorMade’s Robert MacIntyre claimed the second win of his career at the DS Automobiles Italian Open with rounds of 70-69-67-64, following a playoff.

MacIntyre worked closely with his coach and TaylorMade Tour representaives to dial in his driver ready for this week at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club. After looking at his performance with various set ups and following on course testing, MacIntyre and the TaylorMade Tour team decided on a Stealth Plus 9.0° driver set 1 notch lower on the FCT sleeve. This proved pivotal in the playoff hitting Driver and Hybrid to the back of the green and subsequently making birdie to claim the title.

I have worked closely with Bob for a number of years and not only does he have an unbelievable work ethic, but also a fantastic ability to bounce back no matter the hurdle put in front of him
Sam Day – Tour Representative
Robert MacIntyre Hi-Toe 2


  • Six under front nine on the final day (29), finishing with a tournament low 64
  • New Driver set up this week, Stealth Plus 9.0° 1 notch lower on the FCT
  • 302-yard average driving distance
  • New Stealth 19.0° rescue the bag this week replacing MacIntyre’s normal 5-wood.
  • Moves up to 15th in the DP World Tour rankings (up 58 places)


Robert MacIntyre P7MC


  • Stealth Plus 9.0° Carbonwood driver
  • Stealth Plus 15.0° 3-wood
  • Stealth 19.0° rescue
  • P·7MC 4-PW
  • Hi-Toe 2 52°, 60°
  • TP5X
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