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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Am I Taylor Made for golf?

I've mentioned before how all my clubs are TaylorMade. I recently put up an entry about my super-comfy new Adidas shoes, which I now know are TaylorMade merchandise, or at least associated through some kind of partnership.

I also posted lately about my awards, and the only prize that day I received but didn't earn was my raffle prize, a box of MaxFli balls. I've only played them once or twice so far so I don't really have a feel for them. I am somewhat partial to the lady Precept, since I got two aces using them. I won the Tournament of Club Champions with a lady Nike, and I've mentioned that I'm superstitious, so why would I change balls again? Hmm... because they were free!

Now I come to find out that TaylorMade recently acquired MaxFli. So if I take to these balls, I will be completely TaylorMaded out with golf equipment. They're not even paying me for all this endorsement. Not yet, anyway. :)

TaylorMade, if you're listening, I'll tell you right now that I am for sale if you're looking to make more acquisitions. Oh, and I come complete with development and marketing ideas just dripping with positive publicity opportunities. Have your people call my people.

Next post.

3 comments:

CB said...

I have the same problem with Cleveland. I never intended to play with only their stuff, but the trend is noticeable. I had to curb it a bit by switching wedges. I'm pretty sure the rest won't be going anywhere anytime soon.

Golfchick said...

CB,
If something is working, why change it? Did you just change for variety's sake?

Sorry I missed your post until now!

-Kristen

TartanGolfGripsDotCom said...

I'm the same way about my Callaway's...I keep the bloodlines pure, down to the putter (Callaway Blue TT-3) and the golf balls (HX-Hot or HX-Tour for special occasions)