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TAYLORMADE GOLF HATE ME

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TAYLORMADE GOLF HATE ME

So after a bust Christmas break here are some facts around the amazing choice by Taylormade to NOT send equipment to mark Crossfield for review. Hear what he makes of it and how it is a huge shame for golfers looking for info about golf clubs that has a clear customer driven message. The M3 and M4 drivers from TaylorMade will get tested by Mark but with zero help from taylorMade golf. Same issue with M1 M2 drivers last year.

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5 thoughts on “TAYLORMADE GOLF HATE ME

  1. Seems like TM is a bit confused on what it means to be a good and fair company, in this regard. Their actions seem childish and spiteful… not professional. In my experience, most people in the golf industry are pretty friendly, including some TM people I have met, which is why this is such and odd and terrible stance for them to take. Keep fighting the good fight, Mark

  2. Hitting more fairways by working on my driving technique and focusing on a more consistent strike to improve scores. Same with my approach shots. Really putting the work in to hit more greens because those are huge to improving scores. Who cares if you can hit it 300 yards but shoot 20 over par. Cheers bruh!

  3. I enjoyed the HSBC review but, this Taylormade one is much, much better! (I call them reviews and not rants as it sounds more professional!)

  4. This year I plan to work on developing a more “modern” rotational swing and finally getting my lower body engaged properly.

    I think the integrity of the overwhelming majority of golf vloggers is beyond suspicion. You yourself were playing Mizuno blades, yet you practically *fawned* over just about TM’s entire new iron offerings, and rightly so. They’re damn good clubs. I’m surprised that TM would take such a knee-jerk attitude rather than adopt a “let’s wait and see” one. Common sense says that they should have at least sent you one round of latest product and seen how it looked.

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