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  • JetSpeed
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Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event on Sunday after he shot a closing-round 68 at the TPC Scottsdale. Here's what he had in his bag at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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TaylorMade celebrates boom in white metalwoods

To celebrate the one millionth white-headed metalwood sold in the United States in 2011, TaylorMade will send a disguised Dustin Johnson to deliver a prize to an unsuspecting golfer.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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Toy Box notes: TaylorMade gear in Hawaii

TaylorMade’s new JetSpeed driver offers another choice to touring pros, as have Tour Preferred MB irons and the Tour Preferred X golf ball as the PGA Tour spent two weeks in Hawaii.

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TaylorMade JetSpeed driver

The first cut-through sole design and a lower-forward CG placement give the new TaylorMade JetSpeed driver more power.

VIDEO: TaylorMade's new JetSpeed driver

The first cut-through sole design and a lower-forward CG placement give the new TaylorMade JetSpeed driver more power.

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TaylorMade introduces new RocketBallz clubs

A year after a successful campaign with its white-headed metalwoods, TaylorMade reveals its new line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons called RocketBallz, as well as a new R11S line.

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TaylorMade celebrates boom in white metalwoods

To celebrate the one millionth white-headed metalwood sold in the United States in 2011, TaylorMade will send a disguised Dustin Johnson to deliver a prize to an unsuspecting golfer.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

TaylorMade goes white with new R11 woods

What do the Oakland Raiders, Johnny Cash and Gary Player have in common? All three are known for black apparel.

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TaylorMade to release R1 Black driver

Heeding consumer demand for a more conventional look, TaylorMade will begin offering its white R1 driver in an all-black version. The R1 Black hits select retailers beginning June 10.

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Harrington will use TaylorMade R1 driver at Masters

Padraig Harrington, playing a game of musical chairs with his driver, will go into the Masters with a TaylorMade R1 driver and an abundance of confidence.

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TaylorMade introduces new R1, RocketBallz Stage 2

TaylorMade's encore to a highly successful 2012? New adjustability, new graphics, new shafts options and new names. Say hello to R1 and RocketBallz Stage 2.

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TaylorMade introduces new RocketBallz clubs

A year after a successful campaign with its white-headed metalwoods, TaylorMade reveals its new line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons called RocketBallz, as well as a new R11S line.

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TaylorMade introduces new R1, RocketBallz Stage 2

TaylorMade's encore to a highly successful 2012? New adjustability, new graphics, new shafts options and new names. Say hello to R1 and RocketBallz Stage 2.

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TaylorMade Limited Edition SLDR White driver

On Thursday, TaylorMade announced that the Limited Edition SLDR White would begin shipping May 2.

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TaylorMade 14-degree SLDR driver

The introduction of the 14-degree SLDR driver has presented one of TaylorMade's biggest challenges, because most golfers identify 14 degrees with a strong 3-wood, not a driver.

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Increase in loft common with SLDR line

TaylorMade, with its new line of SLDR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, has taken the traditional perception of loft and altered it substantially.

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TaylorMade SLDR driver

Nearly a decade ago, TaylorMade revolutionized its drivers with movable weight technology. Its newest model, the SLDR, advances the concept with a sliding weight that makes adjustability easier than ever.

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TaylorMade SLDR driver to debut

The TaylorMade SLDR driver appeared last week on the USGA's Conforming Driver list and made its debut on the PGA Tour at the John Deere Clasic in Silvis, Ill.

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TaylorMade SLDR 430 driver

The TaylorMade SLDR 430 driver is smaller-headed version of the original SLDR, and still packs a high-tech punch.

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TaylorMade SLDR S woods

TaylorMade has a new version of its SLDR woods on the way to market, called the SLDR S and available in drivers, fairway woods and rescue hybrids.

  • JetSpeed
  • RocketBallz Stage 2 & Tour
  • SLDR
  • SLDR S
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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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TaylorMade JetSpeed Fairway Woods

TaylorMade says an updated sole channel design and re-positioned center of gravity create more distance in the JetSpeed fairway wood.

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TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 fairway woods

The TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 fairway woods are old in two configurations, standard and Tour; the Tour model is adjustable for loft and lie.

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TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Woods, Rescue Clubs

A low, forward CG position combined with a new slot in the sole helps the TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and rescue clubs create more ball speed and distance.

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Increase in loft common with SLDR line

TaylorMade, with its new line of SLDR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, has taken the traditional perception of loft and altered it substantially.

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PHOTOS: TaylorMade SLDR fairway wood, rescue hybrid

Check out images of the TaylorMade SLDR fairway wood and rescue hybrid.

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TaylorMade SLDR S woods

TaylorMade has a new version of its SLDR woods on the way to market, called the SLDR S and available in drivers, fairway woods and rescue hybrids.

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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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TaylorMade Lethal golf balls

The TaylorMade Lethal is the company’s new five-piece ball — featuring two cores, two mantle layers and an outer cover.

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TaylorMade Project (a) golf ball

Designed with amateur players in mind, the TaylorMade Project (a) ball was built to stop faster on the greens.

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TaylorMade RocketBallz Urethane golf ball

The TaylorMade RocketBallz Urethane golf ball has a soft, high-speed core that is covered by a thin mantle layer and a cast urethane cover that features a 360-dimple pattern.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred, Tour Preferred X golf balls

A new cover material on the TaylorMade Tour Preferred golf ball is designed to create more greenside spin and control.

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TaylorMade JetSpeed Rescue clubs

TaylorMade enhanced the sole design and pushed the CG forward in its latest JetSpeed Rescue hybrid to give it more distance.

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TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Woods, Rescue Clubs

A low, forward CG position combined with a new slot in the sole helps the TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and rescue clubs create more ball speed and distance.

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Increase in loft common with SLDR line

TaylorMade, with its new line of SLDR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, has taken the traditional perception of loft and altered it substantially.

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PHOTOS: TaylorMade SLDR fairway wood, rescue hybrid

Check out images of the TaylorMade SLDR fairway wood and rescue hybrid.

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TaylorMade Rescue TP hybrids

With the Rescue TP hybrid, TaylorMade aims to provide distance, control and versatility thanks in part to its thin face and low CG.

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TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Rescue hybrids

The calling card for the TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Rescue hybrid is the Speed Pocket, or slot, in the sole of the club.

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TaylorMade SLDR S woods

TaylorMade has a new version of its SLDR woods on the way to market, called the SLDR S and available in drivers, fairway woods and rescue hybrids.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

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TaylorMade Burner 2.0 iron targets more power

TaylorMade is known for innovative promotions and introductions. On Sept. 9, the company was scheduled to unveil another product in unique fashion.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC forged irons

To achieve consistent swingweight and optimal center of gravity, TaylorMade has placed a Precision Weighting Port in the back of its Tour Preferred MC forged iron.

TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB, CB, MC irons

TaylorMade's Tour Preferred Muscleback (MB), Cavity-Back (CB) and Muscle-Cavity (MC) irons have been among the most popular irons for the company's staff pros.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

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TaylorMade R11 irons to go on sale Sept. 1

TaylorMade’s new R11 irons go on sale Sept. 1 in the wake of the strong consumer interest that has surrounded R11 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids (Rescues).

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New clubs, iron shafts provide boost for Moore

Ryan Moore produced four rounds under 70 at Phoenix as he played for the first time with AeroTech SteelFiber composite shafts in his new TaylorMade RocketBladez irons.

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TaylorMade introduces RocketBladez, its new line of irons

TaylorMade has generated plenty of buzz with white metalwoods in the past few years. Now the company hopes to do the same with its new irons, RocketBladez.

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TaylorMade RSi irons

TaylorMade took all that it has learned about flexible faces with its Speed Pockets in the sole of previous irons and created Face Slots in the company’s newest irons, the RSi family.

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TaylorMade RSi irons

TaylorMade took all that it has learned about flexible faces with its Speed Pockets in the sole of previous irons and created Face Slots in the company’s newest irons, the RSi family.

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TaylorMade RSi irons

TaylorMade took all that it has learned about flexible faces with its Speed Pockets in the sole of previous irons and created Face Slots in the company’s newest irons, the RSi family.

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TaylorMade SLDR irons

TaylorMade predicts its new SLDR iron will appeal to a wide spectrum of golfers, from touring pros to average amateurs, joining a successful line of drivers, fairway woods and hybrids.

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PHOTOS: TaylorMade's SpeedBlade Irons

Our David Dusek gives you a look at TaylorMade's new SpeedBlade irons, shown off on Monday at the BMW Championship.

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TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons

At Conway Farms Golf Club, site of the BMW Championship, TaylorMade unveiled its SpeedBlade irons, which succeed the RocketBladez irons and feature an enhanced "Speed Pocket."

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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons

While maintaining the look and feel better players demand, TaylorMade gave the Tour Preferred CB cavity-back irons more distance and forgiveness.

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Toy Box notes: TaylorMade gear in Hawaii

TaylorMade’s new JetSpeed driver offers another choice to touring pros, as have Tour Preferred MB irons and the Tour Preferred X golf ball as the PGA Tour spent two weeks in Hawaii.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB irons

The most feel-enhancing irons TaylorMade produces, the Tour Preferred MB, are designed to enhance better-players' swings.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC irons

Mixing game-improving pocket cavity clubs with musclebacks, TaylorMade looks for the Tour Preferred MC irons to bring forgiveness and precision to better players.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred UDI driving iron

On the eve of the Open Championship, TaylorMade releases the Tour Preferred UDI, its newest driving iron.

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TaylorMade updates counterbalanced putters

TaylorMade has updated three counterbalanced putters -- the Daddy Long Legs, Spider Blade and Spider Mallet -- using feedback from PGA Tour staffers such as Sergio Garcia and Jason Day.

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TaylorMade announces new Daddy Long Legs putter

Since TaylorMade released the Spider putter in 2008, the company has added several models to its arachnid family. On April 15, it'll release its most stable design yet – the ultra-high MOI Daddy Long Legs.

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TaylorMade Ghost Manta putter

Dave Stockton helped design TaylorMade's white Ghost Manta, a putter billed as a stable, high-MOI putter in a more traditional shape.

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TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter

The TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter, with a slant hosel and multi-material head, is designed to be a high-stability putter.

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TaylorMade Ghost Spider Si putter

The newest member of TaylorMade's Ghost Spider family of putters – the white-headed Ghost Spider Si mallet – is a high MOI (moment of inertia) putter with a counter-balanced grip.

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TaylorMade Ghost Tour putters

TaylorMade's latest additions to the Ghost Tour putter family feature a new face-insert material – including aluminum – designed to provide a crisp feel.

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TaylorMade updates counterbalanced putters

TaylorMade has updated three counterbalanced putters -- the Daddy Long Legs, Spider Blade and Spider Mallet -- using feedback from PGA Tour staffers such as Sergio Garcia and Jason Day.

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TaylorMade's latest Spider: a high-MOI blade

Calling it the first high MOI-style blade putter, TaylorMade officials showcased the latest addition to its Spider family of putters.

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TaylorMade White Smoke Putters

The MC-72 mallet, IN-12 blade and IN-74 blade in the TaylorMade White Smoke putters line are each available in 33-, 34-, and 35-inch models and feature the grooved, PureRoll Titanium insert.

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  • TP with xFT
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TaylorMade introduces new ATV wedge

TaylorMade's new ATV wedge has one job: To be able to be expertly used from tight lies, heavy grass or sand - or a true all-terrain wedge.

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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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TaylorMade TP xFT wedges

Exchangeable Face Technology in the TaylorMade TP xFT wedges allows golfers to remove the grooved faceplate in these wedges using a torque wrench when the grooves become worn.

TaylorMade wins wedge appeal with USGA

The U.S. Golf Association has reversed its original decision and will allow TaylorMade to sell interchangeable U-groove faces for its TP xFT wedges in 2010.