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TaylorMade's Jon Rahm picked up right where he left off in 2017 with a playoff victory at the Career Builder Challenge in La Quinta. Relying on a full 14-club bag of TaylorMade equipment, the Spaniard who has now risen to #2 in the Official World Golf Ranking carded 27 birdies set up by superb driving with his new M4 driver and brilliant ball striking in windy conditions.

TaylorMade Tour professional Justin Rose, powered by a bag of TaylorMade clubs as well as the TP5 golf ball, finished the calendar year in style by recording an eight-stroke win at the Indonesian Masters in Jakarta, his largest ever margin of victory on Tour. The Englishman retained his composure in a rain-affected tournament that saw him complete 10 holes of his third round on Sunday before posting nine birdies and an eagle on his way to a final round 62 for a winning total of 29 under par.

It was 8:00 AM on a Sunday in April. Three of TaylorMade’s leading product experts and Tour representatives had just arrived at The Bear’s Club in Jupiter, Florida for equipment testing after making a cross-country flight.

Positioned on the range of the gorgeous private club, Keith Sbarbaro (VP of Tour Operations), Brian Bazzel (Senior Director of Metalwoods Creation), and Eric Loper (Director of Golf Ball R&D) were set up for an in-depth equipment fitting with one of the world’s best and most accomplished golfers, Rory McIlroy. At the time, McIlroy was in the final stages of making a major decision regarding his commitment to new clubs and a new golf

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