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Save ££££’s this month on the TaylorMade XFT Wedge
Golfbidder is pleased to offer the TaylorMade XFT Wedge on special
offer for the rest of this month only. This exclusive offer
will save you ££££’s on the original RRP so grab yourself a
bargain before your time is up at the end of the month!
View our range of TaylorMade XFT Wedge
TaylorMade golf clubs are used by many of the world’s finest
golfers – including Ryder Cup hero Sergio Garcia, England's Justin
Rose and another Ryder Cup veteran Darren Clarke – see our In the
Bag section to see who’s playing which club.
At Golfbidder we have one of the broadest ranges of TaylorMade
golf clubs in Europe. We have TaylorMade golf clubs from the latest
models to old favourites which may be a few years old but are still
used on the professional tours and employ cutting-edge TaylorMade
TaylorMade golf clubs are simply some of the best out there!
TaylorMade drivers have been the number one model on the professional
tours since 2005 - and it seems that their market share and popularity
in this segment is only going to increase after the introduction
of the Taylor Made R9 range (which won on its first outing on the
PGA Tour and was immediately installed as the most popular model).
TaylorMade golf was born in 1979 by Gary Adams who was the inventor
of the metal wood. The company has continued to maintain a constant
presence as market leader in the driver and fairway product category.
TaylorMade transformed the driver and fairway wood market with the
r7 Quad when driver adjustability was first introduced.
TaylorMade was independently owned until German based Adidas
Group brought the company in 1997. The focus of the company changed
shortly after the takeover - it wanted to totally dominate the driver
market. It has since achieved this, in 2005, when it officially
became the number one driver on the PGA Tour. TaylorMade drivers
are not only the most popular brand on the professional tour they
also have the largest market share amongst club golfers. It is claimed
that more PGA Tour Professionals play TaylorMade drivers than Callaway,
Cleveland, Cobra, Nike and TaylorMade combined.
TaylorMade golf clubs are renowned for their innovative designs
such as TaylorMade bubble shaft and moveable weight technology.
Their large deep hitting area makes TaylorMade golf clubs exceptionally
forgiving and easy to hit. TaylorMade golf clubs have classically
shaped heads typical of the elegant design for all TaylorMade golf
Features and Benefits of the TaylorMade Rocket Bladez Max Wedges:
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Features and benefits of the TaylorMade SpeedBlade Wedges:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade ATV 2013 Wedge:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour Wedges:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade R11 irons:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade RocketBallz Max Wedges:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons:
Taylor Made RAC Fe203 Wedge. Fe2O3 is the chemical notation for ferrous [iron] oxide). These wedges are unplated, chrome-less versions of rac wedges, and are designed to rust. This rust results in a darker, glare-resistant surface and a micro-abrasive coating that enables the edges of the grooves to
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade RocketBladez Wedges:
Features and Benefits of the TaylorMade XFT wedge:
Features and Benefits of the TaylorMade ATV Wedge:
TaylorMade Burner Superlaunch Golf Irons
TaylorMade's Most Forgiving Iron Ever Extremely Easy to Launch
Ultra-large and deep cavity for massive perimeter-weighting:
Super-forgiving on all mis
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade Z Spin Wedge:
Features and Benefits of the TaylorMade Z-TP wedge:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade R7 Draw Irons:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade RocketBallz Wedges:
Taylor Made RAC Black TP Wedge. The 100% Milled Y-Cutter Grooves on the Taylor Made RAC Black TP Wedge offer a clean, sharp, consistent groove edge that grip the cover of the ball more effectively. The Y-cutter grooves consistently deliver up to 300 additional RPM than Taylor Made's traditional Dual
Taylor MAde RAC Mirror Wedges - New for 2011 with the new rule grooves.
New for 2009 Season - The TaylorMade Tour Preferred iron combines the latest technology with classic looks to deliver an easy to hit iron for the mid to low handicapper. Although the Tour Preferred iron isn't the biggest iron to look at, the technology packed into it somehow makes it relatively easy
New for 2010. TaylorMade R9 irons. The TaylorMade R9 iron follows in the footsteps of the very successful R9 driver that was released in 2009. TaylorMade’s new R9 irons are designed to deliver modern performance and tremendous distance in a traditional package. Whereas the Burner irons are aimed at
Taylor Made Burner Plus Irons - 'forgiveness, speed and distance...every time'.
New for 2009 Season - This is an area of the iron market where Taylor Made really excel. The Taylor Made Burner Plus iron is the club for the 10+ handicapper who wants to enjoy fast and long qualities in iron play. Shot
RAC Black Wedge. TaylorMade's RAC wedges feature an individually contoured sole that increases versatility and accommodates a variety of different swing types. RAC stands for Relative Amplitude Coefficient technology. The unique, precision-milled Feel Pockets are strategically positioned toward the
Taylor Made RAC LT. RAC stands for Relative Amplitude Coefficient, a technology TaylorMade developed to improve shot-making and characterised by 'Feel Pockets' in the back of the club head. The Tuned Performance Cartridge Delivers a high moment of inertia which helps preventing twisting of the head
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade RAC Wedge:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade RAC Tumble C Wedge:
Features and benefits of the TaylorMade Burner OS Irons: