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Review: TaylorMade RSi 1 and RSi 2 Irons
Pros: The RSi 1′s offer big distance from almost anywhere on the face. The more compact RSi 2′s are top performers that surprised us with their improved feel, and their progressive design will work for a wide...
- Posted 33 days ago
What it’s really like when tour players hit new clubs for the first time
I call them “OMG” golf commercials. A tour player is on the range hitting a new golf club and he can’t believe how far and straight it’s going. “Is this legal?” he might ask. “It’s amazing. It’s...
- Posted 35 days ago
TaylorMade R15 and AeroBurner Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
The list of technologies that TaylorMade has introduced through its “R” Series line of drivers in the last decade has become a sort of unofficial checklist through which many golfers have come to evaluate new models. Moveable...
- Posted 36 days ago
How TaylorMade’s marketing slayed Callaway and saved golfers money
I’m going to start this one with a disclaimer. Understand that I have no motive outside presenting an accurate historical accounting. Back in March of 2012, TaylorMade-adidas purchased Adams Golf. At the time, Adams was a public...
- Posted 58 days ago
Do TaylorMade’s RSi Face Slots actually work?
Yes, I’m a teaching professional, but I don’t hesitate to use all the technology that equipment manufacturers are building into their new clubs. Like you, my job keeps me from playing and practicing as much as I’d...
- Posted 61 days ago
Hello Face Slots: TaylorMade RSi 1, RSi 2 and RSi TP irons
Yes, TaylorMade has a slot for that. Two years ago, the company unveiled slots on the soles of its irons called “Speed Pockets” that led to longer, higher-flying iron shots, particularly on mishits low on the face....
- Posted 66 days ago
TaylorMade’s Tour Truck Confidential Video Series
Many golf fans know of the equipment vans that travel from stop to stop on the PGA Tour, logging some 35,000 miles per year at 35-to-40 Tour events. They may know of the Tour reps residing inside...
- Posted 122 days ago
Review: TaylorMade Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving Iron)
Pros: Not your grandfather’s (or even your father’s) driving iron. Effortless launch, long distance and a surprising amount of forgiveness. Cons: While more forgiving than expected, these driving irons are for the better golfer and if forgiveness on mishits...
- Posted 144 days ago
TaylorMade releases Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving iron)
TaylorMade’s new Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving Irons) are low-lofted, hollow-bodied long irons designed to launch the ball higher and with more ball speed than traditional long irons. “We designed the Tour Preferred UDI for players seeking...
- Posted 159 days ago
Designer Clay Long on TaylorMade’s new Tour Preferred wedges
Three years ago, Clay Long, who is nothing short of a legend in the club-making industry, began working with TaylorMade on a new wedge project. If you haven’t heard of Clay Long, here’s what you need to...
- Posted 163 days ago
2014 Gear Trials: Best Fairway Woods
What are the best fairway woods in golf? That question is more difficult to answer than other club categories, such as drivers and irons, because of all the different ways golfers use their fairway woods. Some players...
- Posted 169 days ago
Sergio Garcia Surprises Golfers at Bethpage Black
On a recent spring morning at the Black Course at Bethpage State Park, local golfers were following their normal routine. Range balls were being struck and tee times confirmed. Then something out of the ordinary happened. Fresh...
- Posted 173 days ago
Spotted: TaylorMade UDI (Ultimate Driving Iron)
TaylorMade has released more new club models in 2014 than any year in recent memory, but it has been noticeably absent in the driving iron category. That changed this week when we spotted players testing TaylorMade’s new...
- Posted 177 days ago
Why Sergio Garcia’s bag says Victor Garcia
If you catch a glimpse of Sergio Garcia’s TaylorMade staff bag today, you might be surprised to see it reads “Victor” rather than “Sergio” Garcia. Scratching your head, you’ll likely ask: “Did the TaylorMade embroidery department drop...
- Posted 189 days ago
Review: Taylormade SLDR Irons
Pros: Classic looking irons with big forgiveness and hot faces that add distance through the set. Cons: The polished chrome finish looks great in the bag, but might be a little bright for some golfers at address. Bottom Line: These...
- Posted 199 days ago
Latest patent filings: An adjustable golf ball and more
It’s been a little more than a month since we last had a look at the major OEM’s patent filings. Last time we looked at designs from TaylorMade, Ping, Titleist, and Nike. In this installment, we have some...
- Posted 199 days ago
TaylorMade Arc1 Putters spotted at Colonial
TaylorMade always releases several prototype putter models throughout the year to gather feedback on their looks, feel and performance from its staff members. Its new Arc1 prototype putters, which we spotted on the practice green at the...
- Posted 214 days ago
TaylorMade unveils new SLDR S woods and irons
TaylorMade has announced the release of its SLDR S line, which includes new drivers, fairway woods and hybrids that continue the company’s emphasis on “lofting up.” Like the company’s original SLDR drivers, the SLDR S measures 460cc...
- Posted 228 days ago
Member Pure745′s Shootout: 2014 Driver Testing
GolfWRX Member Pure745 has become one of the most trusted names in our forum when it comes to club testing. Each year, he purchases the latest driver heads and shafts and compiles a “shootout” of the numbers...
- Posted 233 days ago
Latest patents from TMag, Callaway, Ping and Titleist
It’s been a month since we last looked at what the major OEMs have been up to in the world of patent filings. So it seems like a good time to see what the best and brightest...
- Posted 242 days ago
TaylorMade launches White SLDR Driver, appoints new CEO
If you were a fan of the white drivers TaylorMade has been making in recent years, you might have a new favorite model. The company’s is releasing its SLDR 460 driver in white. “The white crown with...
- Posted 247 days ago
Can Hack Golf’s 15-inch cup help grow golf?
Sergio Garcia fixes the cup at TaylorMade’s Hack Golf event at Reynolds Plantation in Georgia. In January, TaylorMade-adidas Golf CEO Mark King announced a new initiative between the PGA of America and TaylorMade called Hack Golf that’s...
- Posted 248 days ago
TaylorMade launches SLDR Mini
TaylorMade is betting that bigger is better with the SLDR MiniDriver, its newest metalwood that blends the forgiveness of a driver with the versatility of a fairway woods. “The general premise is based on how our tour...
- Posted 257 days ago
TaylorMade SLDR Guarantee: $5000 up for grabs at 4 Locations
The TaylorMade SLDR Guarantee for GolfWRX: $5000 is up for grabs Twenty lucky GolfWRX members have been selected and are excited to visit TaylorMade Performance Labs around the country. They have their doubts about the SLDR driver and TaylorMade is...
- Posted 267 days ago
Matteson bags two TaylorMade SLDR Minis at Texas Open
Troy Matteson carded a respectable even-par 72 in the opening-round of the Valero Texas Open today. The score positioned him in a tie for 31st at the time he finished. Of more interest to equipment junkies, however, is...
- Posted 268 days ago
Tour equipment junkies rejoice! TaylorMade opens “The Vault”
Last year, we discussed TaylorMade not selling the equipment that its professional staff use on Tour. And if you’re a GolfWRX forum junkie, you’ve likely seen this topic debated for years on our site. Well, for those of you...
- Posted 270 days ago
EVENT: TaylorMade SLDR Guarantee
Today, TaylorMade Golf launched its SLDR Guarantee campaign nationwide. If you buy the SLDR Driver anytime today through June and you don’t love the new distance, TaylorMade will give you your money back. You can’t really beat that…..or can you? TaylorMade...
- Posted 274 days ago
The latest patents from Nike, Titleist and TaylorMade
Many of the patents major OEMs apply for with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office take several months to a year to get published, or made public. In other words, companies begin working on a technology and apply...
- Posted 276 days ago
TaylorMade holds Speed Pocket World Challenge from 4 cities
To help kick off golf season, TaylorMade is turning Times Square into a driving range by hosting the TaylorMade Speed Pocket World Challenge. That’s right. On Tuesday March 11 from 11am to 2pm, consumers will be able...
- Posted 285 days ago