The American golf player, Scottie Scheffler has continued his partnership with the American golf equipment brand, TaylorMade Golf.
With this renewal, Scheffler will continue using the brand’s golf equipment in his upcoming games.
Before signing with TaylorMade at the start of 2022, Scheffler started using the company’s irons in 2020. With the driver, fairway wood, and irons, he went on to win four games in less than three months.
With TaylorMade Golf equipment, Scheffler has won seven times globally in his two full seasons with the company, including THE MASTERS and THE PLAYERS. During that period, Scheffler raced to the top of the world rankings, recorded six wins on the PGA Tour in a record 392-day span, and won back-to-back Player of the Year awards.
Expressing his remarks on the extension, Scottie Scheffler, said, “My relationship with TaylorMade goes well beyond just the equipment, said Scheffler. ”I’ve been able to build trustworthy connections with their team knowing that they are always doing what is best for me to accomplish my goals of winning on the PGA TOUR. TaylorMade equipment has always been the industry standard in my eyes and I couldn’t be happier to continue this great partnership.”
David Abeles, TaylorMade Golf CEO and President, stated, “Scottie has ascended to the top of golf’s world rankings with an uncompromising commitment to hard work, continuous improvement in every facet of his game, a champion’s mindset, and an expectation to meet the highest standard for his golf equipment. Combined with Scottie’s humility and grace, these attributes are consistent with the core values of TaylorMade and we couldn’t be more excited about his decision remain part of our team for the long term.”
The American sports equipment manufacturer TaylorMade Golf Company is situated in Carlsbad, California. The company manufactures golf clubs, balls, and apparel with an emphasis on the golf equipment industry. TaylorMade Golf was acquired from KPS Capital Partners in May 2021, and it is presently a Centroid Investment Partners subsidiary.