THE MARK OF A FAN
Performance equipment crafted by experienced club builders
In 1979, golf was changed forever with the introduction of the Pittsburgh Persimmon™ — the original metalwood. For the past 40 years, TaylorMade has continued that legacy of innovation with game-changing technologies, engineered to help golfers perform at their best.
Pittsburgh Persimmon | 1979
Launching in 1979, the Pittsburgh Persimmon turned the world of golf equipment on its head with a radical departure from wooden drivers. Sporting a traditional driver shape with metal construction, this driver changed the game of golf forever.
TOUR PREFERRED TD IRONS | 1987
These are the original blades that started it all. With a players' look and polymer foam filling, players were delivered distance and forgiveness with a forged, thin topline.
BURNER BUBBLE DRIVER | 1995
5 years in development, the bubble shaft was formally introduced to the world in January, 1995, at the PGA Merchandise Show. A shaft that is wider from the bubble to the tip made the club head much more stable at impact and offered more balance for greater club head speed.
300 SERIES DRIVERS | 2000
The 300 Series featured three separate drivers, the 300 Ti, 320 Ti and 360 Ti. Each were designed with different sizes, shapes and weight distributions to optimize a particular player's unique launch conditions and use them to the player's advantage.
RESCUE MID | 2002
The first ever rescue was introduced to the golf world in 2004, and since then has remained a club favorite in golfers’ bags. The club was introduced to allow for easier to hit, high, long shots, from all types of lies.
R7 QUAD | 2004
Launching with the R7 Quad Driver, moveable weight technology allowed every player to customize their driver to their games. To this day, it continues to be a tremendous benefit off tee.
ROSSA PUTTERS | 2006
With Pure Roll, the added stability from the increased topspin minimizes the effect of imperfections on the greens. So even if you hit a spike mark, the angular momentum will help keep the ball rolling forward and stay on its intended line more often. The technology has continued to develop over the years and plays a huge role in the performance of TaylorMade putters today.
SPIDER PUTTER | 2008
The Spider putter has become a staple on professional tours, and a popular choice for all golfers, but it started with this in 2008. The shape boosts MOI for stable head through the stroke and consistent distance on off-center strikes.
R9 DRIVER, BURNER IRONS | 2009
The R9 driver was the first TaylorMade driver to use Flight Control Technology, a technology still used today, which allowed golfers to change the face angle, lie and loft of the club using a simple wrench. With eight different positions available this made the R9 one of the most adaptable and workable golf clubs.
The thin face and Inverted Cone Technology in the Burner Irons gave them a larger sweet spot, leading to increased ball speed and consistent distance on mishits. These irons helped pave the way for distance irons as we know them today.
PENTA TP | 2010
The only 5-layer tour ball is currently dominating the golf world, but it all started here. Each layer is responsible for promoting optimum performance in one of five key areas – driver, long-irons, middle-irons, short-irons and wedge shots in the scoring zone. Complete performance from tee to green, without sacrifice.
R11 | 2011
Utilizing our first white crown, the R11 driver introduced a new level of contrast at address, aiding golfers in lining up great shots.
ROCKETBALLZ FAIRWAY | 2012
The speed pocket on the RocketBallz fairway wood is now a staple among metalwoods and game-improvement irons alike. Lower CG and higher MOI, a true recipe for max performance.
P790 IRONS | 2017
SpeedFoam is injected into the club head in liquid form before it is quickly capped so it can expand within the club, providing increased face support and damping properties that maintain the forged sound and feel that all golfers want.
M5/M6 DRIVERS | 2019
Speed Injected Twist Face features a revolutionary process of calibrating every individual head to the threshold of the legal speed limit allowed by the USGA and R&A.
Speed Injected Twist Face features a revolutionary process of calibrating and injecting EVERY individual driver head to the threshold of the legal speed limit allowed by the USGA and R&A. Engineered to make everybody faster through achieving optimum speed across the driver face, M5 driver ushered in a new era of ball speed performance, all while maintaining straighter shots.
TP5, TP5x, TP5pix GOLF BALLS
Including a Tri-Fast Core that delivers maximum carry and low drag and a Dual-Spin Cover that features an ultra-soft, highly durable cast urethane cover, TP5/TP5x offer complete tee-to-green performance without sacrifice.
P790, P760, GAPR
A SpeedFoam Injection generates incredible distance and soft feel without sacrificing look, workability, or consistency.
Speed Bridge allows us to create a larger through slot, engineered to generate enhanced ball speed, as well as supporting the topline to reduce low-frequency vibrations for a more satisfying sound at impact.
TP COLLECTION, SPIDER, SPIDER X PUTTERS
Pure Roll© insert combines 45° grooves with a softer polymer to increase topspin and improve forward roll across varying surfaces – helping your ball start and stay on its intended line.
FIRST USED: 2007 R7 QUAD
Includes movable weights that can be positioned to increase MOI (forgiveness) and dial in your optimal launch conditions and spin characteristics.
FIRST USED: R11 WHITE DRIVER
Adding white matte to club crowns creates a higher contrast with the face to help golfers align the club more easily.
FIRST USED: 2002 500 SERIES
ICT protects ball speed across the entire clubface to produce a bigger sweet spot for more forgiveness.
FIRT USED: 2009 R9
Our easily adjustable Loft Sleeve provides options to tweak the loft, lie, and trajectory to find your perfect distance.
FAIRWAY, RESCUE, IRONS
Helps optimize low-CG(Center of Gravity) design in order to maximize forgiveness on mis-hits.
DRIVER, FAIRWAY, RESCUE, IRONS
Speed Pocket technology produces hotter launch conditions for enhanced distance, forgiveness, and playability on low-face strikes.
FIRST USED: 2017 MG WEDGES
Advanced milling techniques ensure precise sole geometry, leading edges, and score lines on each and every club — producing optimal turf interaction and consistent performance.