Next Gen­er­a­tion Tay­lor­made Equip­ment

A re­ward­ing day with Tay­lor­Made wedges, put­ters and golf balls

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The game of golf just got bet­ter fol­low­ing the in­tro­duc­tion of a new se­ries of wedges, put­ters and golf balls by Tay­lor­Made in a re­cent me­dia event held in Sau­jana Golf and Coun­try Re­sort. The prod­uct ex­pe­ri­ence day for the press fea­tured brand new put­ters, wedges and also the long awaited TP5 and TP5x golf balls.

Re­leased in Jan­uary in the US, the TP range of golf balls fea­tures a tri-fast core, dual spin cover and bet­ter teeto-green per­for­mance. The range of balls is the first of its kind to in­cor­po­rate 5-layer con­struc­tion to ac­tively im­prove or in­crease driver dis­tance with­out sac­ri­fic­ing any green­side per­for­mance.

Also in­tro­duced at the event were Tay­lor­Made’s Milled Grind Wedges, which comes in three high-per­for­mance grinds tai­lored for var­i­ous play­ing con­di­tions and player types. The three brand new wedges were cre­ated fol­low­ing much in­put and ex­ten­sive it­er­a­tive test­ing from tour play­ers to find the per­fect grind ge­om­e­try. The end prod­uct is three wedges, which of­fer ei­ther a low ef­fec­tive bounce, which pro­vide the least amount of ground resistance; stan­dard grind, which has a me­dian ground resistance and high bounce, a grind that of­fers the most ground resistance.

Onto the put­ter col­lec­tion, Tay­lor­Made’s TP Put­ter col­lec­tion fea­tures six in­di­vid­ual wedges Juno, Soto, Mullen, Ber­wick, Ardmore & Chaska. The nam­ing con­ven­tion for the put­ters within the TP col­lec­tion draws in­spi­ra­tion from ar­eas, re­gions, and land­marks of some of the world’s great­est golf des­ti­na­tions and his­toric cour­ses. The new TP col­lec­tion uti­lizes new ma­te­ri­als and new milling pro­cesses not only to en­hance the aes­thet­ics of each put­ter but to im­prove the prod­uct’s per­for­mance.

Me­dia rep­re­sen­ta­tives were then treated to a friendly game of putting and chip­ping with brag­ging rights go­ing to the fastest golfers who man­aged to land a chip onto a spec­i­fied re­gion on the putting greens and to score a hole with a put­ter. The fastest times went to Mr. An­drew Ng of Golf Malaysia at 45 sec­onds and Mr. Jonathan Pon­niah of Par­golf at 1 minute 8 sec­onds. Prizes for the chal­lenge in­cluded golf caps, belts, and other Tay­lor­made mer­chan­dise.

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