They say that 'Necessity is a Mother of All Invention’, and never has that been more true than in the case of the original M2 driver from TaylorMade, one of the greatest and most successful drivers ever, released at a crucial time for the company.
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For 2018 TaylorMade has launched an entire new ‘M’ family, an extension to its instantly recognisable Spider Tour putter line, as well as other little bits for us to get our teeth into. It can be intimidating and almost impossible to digest all of it so we’ve
Happy New Year everyone from all of us here at Golfbidder! And what a golfing year 2018 promises to be. There’s a giddiness in the air at the prospect of what’s in store; a returning legend, a packed summer season of Majors, a Parisian Ryder Cup, and some new drivers
So it’s the end of the regular European Tour season and the weekend threw up a few intriguing equipment talking points, not least is Sergio Garcia and his bats for the 2018 season. TaylorMade, now owned by KPS Partners, are sending staffers out of the door, but throwing out the
At the Nortehrn Trust Open Rory McIlroy swapped out his TaylorMade TP Juno putter for the mallet headed TP Mullen and guess what? Still no luck. Meanwhile DJ was busy holing clutch par putts from a downtown with the same TP Juno that Rors just chucked out! They were not
In this week's Golfbidder Tech Talk it was again proven, via the bag of Henrik Stenson at The Wyndham Championship, that newer is not necessarily better. The Swede has been using the same Callaway Legacy Black irons since 2013 and his Callaway Diablo Octane 3 wood is now the stuff
It's that time of the weeks again where we take a look back at the week that was from an equipment point of view. With The Doc busy at the Irish Open we're rolling back over the last 10 days in this instalment of Golfbidder Tech Talk.
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Welcome to this week's Golfbidder Tech Talk where it's a big one for Titleist. In something like a scene from Willy Wonka, the Titleist Tour truck candy man is handing out 718 irons to the Tour pros for testing and validation.
We also take a look at Rory McIlroy's putter
Golfbidder Tech Talk after a busy US Open at Erin Hills.
First up is Ping using the years second Major for their Major equipment launch of year in the form of the G400 driver and fairway woods.
Rory McIlroy gamed a TaylorMade Spider Tour Red putter so watch out for
Si Woo Kim made it 17 Worldwide wins in 20 weeks for TaylorMade at The Players Championship. Or did he? Yes, the South Korean used TaylorMade 2017 M1 woods and P770 and P750 irons but key to the win was his short game where TM didn't feature. The 21-year-old went
Rory McIlroy unveiled his new TaylorMade bag ahead of this week’s Players Championship. In a Great Big Blow for Callaway, the World No.2 will use 14 TaylorMade clubs including the 2017 M2 driver (9.5°) as well as the TP5x golf ball. Having used the Pro V1x at The Masters McIlroy
In all the pomp and ceremony around Sergio finally winning a Major, TaylorMade should be celebrating too as we make it the first win for TaylorMade since Mike Weir in 2003 at Augusta. Sergio bagged the M2 2017 Driver, M1 2017 fairway woods, P750 Tour irons, Milled grind wedges and
Callaway were everywhere at Bay Hill last week topping pretty much every major stat.
First there was Rory McIlroy hitting Great Big Bertha Epic Sub Zero 383 yards on Sunday! That is just ridiculously long.
And it wasn't JUST the longest driver. The Great Big Bertha EPIC in Adam Hadwin’s
Rickie Fowler delivered a putting and driving masterclass at The Honda Classic. An amazing 57 successes from 57 putts from seven feet and in and not a three putt in sight! Key to the success was Rickie’s his putter. The Scotty Cameron Prototype has been his since 2014 but it
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