AJGA Exclusive — Inside the TaylorMade-adidas Junior at Innisbrook GCThe AJGA is the PGA TOUR for junior golfers. It is the best of the best. A springboard for players to take their games to the next level and see how they stack up against their age group. This is where these young guns get recruited in hopes of competing at the College level. It is where the best junior players in the world play week in and week out.
Sergio Garcia's Thrilling Playoff Victory Secures TaylorMade's Fourth Consecutive Year with Major Champion and Eighth Major Victory in Last Nine Years.Sunday's final round at the Masters paired two friends, two fierce competitors and two vastly different story lines but when the final putt dropped, it was Sergio Garcia who withstood the pressure, defeating stablemate Justin Rose in a thrilling playoff at Augusta National to capture his first major championship.
30 HOURS AT AUGUSTAThis time of year marks a special moment in the lives of most golfers. The snow has melted (or is melting), the days are getting longer, the pins are going in at golf clubs around the country, and The Masters is finally here. Year after year, we tune in to watch the world’s best golfers compete for the iconic green jacket of Augusta.
World #1 Dustin Johnson wins 3rd PGA TOUR event in as many starts, completes WGC slam by capturing WGC Match Play ChampionshipUsing his prodigious power off the tee with his '17 M1 driver and brilliant putting with his Spider Tour putter, TaylorMade's Dustin Johnson becomes first player to win each of the four WGC events.
TOUR REPORT — 2017 WGC-Dell Match PlayThe No. 1 golfer in the World arrived in Austin for the WGC-Dell Match Play without his 5-wood. Earlier this year, DJ had a 2017 M1 5-wood built out to his specs, but lately he has preferred to keep a 2-iron UDI (Ultimate Driving Iron) in the bag for tight tee shots and short par 4s.
For Spider Putters, It's All About The GrooveIt's no coincidence that Spider putters have caught fire on the PGA TOUR. It certainly helps when the #1 and #2 players in the world have Spider in the bag, but to see this kind of widespread adoption and success early into the 2017 season, there must be other forces at play that are helping the best players in the world putt better than they ever have before.
TOUR REPORT — WGC MexicoThe first World Golf Championship event of the year features a change in scenery, as the world’s best golfers tee it up in Mexico City at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With the course perched up at 7,835 feet, the high elevation will certainly be a factor—and a spectacle—as players look to dial in their new yardages in the much thinner air.
The New #1 on TourIn May of 2016, Jason Day won THE PLAYERS Championship with a new Spider putter that had everyone on Tour seeing red. Less than 9 months later, Spider putters have grown to become the hottest flat sticks on Tour with more and more players adding the model into their bags each week.
TOUR REPORT — 2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmIn 2016, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am presented the PGA TOUR field with warm weather, brilliant sunlight, and the steady ocean breeze one would expect along the sprawling rocky shores of the Monterey Peninsula. Thriving in those conditions was TaylorMade’s Vaughn Taylor who shot 65 in the final round to secure his first PGA TOUR win in over 10 years.
Jon Rahm Captures Farmers Insurance Open for First Career Victory on PGA TOURThe second event of the West Coast swing provided all the drama you'd expect with a field packed with the best players in the world. In the end, it was rookie Jon Rahm who emerged victorious and captured the tournament title.
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Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, TaylorMade Golf is a leading manufacturer of high performance golf equipment with industry-leading innovative products like M3 / M4 metalwoods, M3 / M4 irons and TP5/TP5X golf balls. TaylorMade is the #1 Driver in Golf and also a major force on the PGA TOUR with one of the strongest athlete portfolios in golf, that includes world no.1 Dustin Johnson and five of the current Top 15 in the world.