Golf Equipment Stores
Taylor Made Golf Super Store
TaylorMade Golf Equipment for the best in top quality!
A golf equipment salesman named Gary Adams took out a $24,000 loan on his home in the spring of 1979 and renting a 6,000 square-foot building that at one time housed a television assembly plant. There he founded the TaylorMade Golf Company.
Counting him, there were three employees and a single, innovative product: a 12-degree driver cast out of stainless steel. This new metal-wood looked and sounded different from any wooden wood on the market, and most important, it performed differently.
stainless steel clubs head had perimeter-weighting that offered
greater forgiveness on mis-hits, while the lower center of
gravity made it easier to launch the ball in the air. These
TaylorMade clubs maintained true ties to what experienced
golfers perceived an authentic golf club should look and feel
like. Club designs were committed to combining innovation with
authenticity. The designers were always passionate about the
game, and pledged to be as competitive as possible, and to work
hard to establish the business and make it grow. This is how
they have become a dominant force today
Their mission has remained the same since 1979: Create the Best Performing Golf Products in the World. TaylorMade, Adidas, Ashworth, Golf Brands
TaylorMade features a complete line of offerings for PGA Professionals as well as the novice and beginner golfer.
to add more yards to your bag without spending more? Trade your
used clubs of any major brand towards the
Trade golf club(s) in to purchase golf equipment and merchandise or receive a store credit towards a future purchase.
Trade-In without Purchase:
Trade-In with Purchase:
For additional information see the PGA Trade-In Network, a national network of PGA Professional staffed facilities that recognize and use the PGA.com Value Guide. The PGA.com Value Guide will offer a fair trade-in value for used golf club trade-ins towards a new golf club purchase.
Find the fair trade-in value for your golf clubs in the PGA.com Value Guide*, the National Standard for Golf Club Values. Check the appropriate PGA Trade-In Network Condition Grading Assistants to be sure the condition of your clubs qualify for trade. The PGA Trade-In Network Condition Grading Assistants show condition characteristics that make a golf club unacceptable for trade-in. Condition is one of several factors that contribute to the overall value of a used golf club.
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