All change for Taylor Made

At long last, the copper colour has gone as Taylor Made unveil their new image to the world

Golfmagic Newswire
Wed, 23 Aug 2000

All change for Taylor Made

In a drastic new move to improve its image and regain their number One Spot in the driver market, Taylor Made adidas Golf have renewed their company image with an all new Logo and colour scheme.

The copper colour has been a gold mine for Taylor Made Golf since the inception of its original Burner Bubble in 1995. In the year 2000, however, the company has made a bold change. Taylor Made has developed a series of drivers so unique that it will shape the way the company will look, at the same time building momentum toward its goal of becoming the global leader in Metalwoods once again.

In introducing its 300 Series drivers at the 2000 USPGA Championship, Taylor Made will unveil a gunmetal grey and gunmetal light club head. Along with the new colour, the club will feature a new logo resembling the sole plate of the company’s innovative metalwoods. Commonly referred to within the company as the “metal T,” the new logo will be displayed prominently on each driver’s sole plate, shaft, grip tip and head cover.

“Our new colour and logo tells the world that something special has happened here,” said Robin Gibson, European Marketing Manager. “We’ve made significant changes resulting in the best performance drivers we’ve ever developed.”

Gibson added that while the new logo and colour will be used for the 300 Series, the company will continue to use its signature copper in producing such best-selling products as its Firesole and SuperSteel lines

The creator of the new Taylor Made logo, Portland, Ore.-based Peter Moore, was the brainchild behind the logos for the globally recognized “Jumpman” for NBA star Michael Jordan, Australian PGA pro Greg Norman’s “shark” – as well as helping to transform adidas’ 3 stripe logo to fit the company’s “athletic” feel.

Taylor Made’s new colour and logo, which will be featured on the golf bag, caps and other accessories of the company’s tour staff players like World Number Two Ernie Els, will make its first official appearance at the USPGA Championship in Valhalla this week.

The shot-shaping 300 Series metalwoods conform to USGA guidelines and will be available on a limited basis to key retailers starting in Autumn 2000.

Ian Watts, Taylor Made Tour Van manager said: "These new drivers are right on the limit of the USGA test and they are hot property with everyone on the European Tour wanting to try one because they are so popular and legal!"

The company expects full distribution of the series in early 2001 when the support programme will commence.



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