CANADIAN NICK TAYLOR WINS AT&T PEBBLE BEACH PRO-AM USING 14 TAYLORMADE CLUBS, INCLUDING SIM MAX IRON & TP5 BALL

After opening with a 63, Nick Taylor went wire-to-wire to collect his 2nd PGA TOUR victory at Pebble Beach.

Carlsbad, Calif. (February 9, 2020) – Team TaylorMade athlete and Canadian, Nick Taylor wins the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am using a full bag of TaylorMade clubs and ball including the new SIM Titanium fairway, SIM Max 4 iron and TP5 golf ball.

In blustery conditions during the final round, Taylor finished at -19 to win by 3 shots using his TP5 ball – TaylorMade’s 5-layer ball that Team TaylorMade athletes love because it performs so well in the wind.

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Taylor added TaylorMade’s new “game improvement” SIM Max 4 iron which he added to his bag during testing in December at the company’s HQ in Carlsbad. It’s built at 2 iron length and has 21 degrees of loft. It was originally 19 degrees, but was going too far for the distance he wanted to hit it, so TaylorMade’s Tour team added more loft to it so that he can hit it “Rescue distance”, but controls the trajectory much better and hits it very straight.

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Taylor testing the SIM Titanium fairway at TaylorMade HQ in December.

TAYLOR NEED TO KNOW

  • Taylor now has two PGA TOUR titles to his name (Sanderson Farms 2014)
  • Taylor jumps into the OWGR Top 100 for the first time
  • He added a new SIM Max 4 iron to his bag in 2020 which he plays at 21° loft / 2 iron length
  • Taylor also added TaylorMade’s new SIM Titanium 15.0 Fairway wood to his bag last month
  • Becomes the 7th Canadian to win multiple times on the PGA TOUR
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NICK TAYLOR WITB

  • M2 (17) 9.5° driver
  • SIM Titanium 15.0° fairway wood
  • SIM Max 4 iron (21°)
  • P770 4-5 iron
  • P750 6-PW
  • MG Hi-Toe 52°, 56° and 60°
  • Spider Tour putter
  • TP5 golf ball
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