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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

CARLSBAD, Calif. (March 12, 2007) - Sergio Garcia, a member of the TaylorMade-adidas Golf Tour Staff as well as one of the most recognizable and popular professional golfers in the world, has extended his relationship with TaylorMade-adidas Golf for multiple years.

"I teamed with TaylorMade-adidas Golf five years ago because not only are the products fantastic, but also because they're always improving," said Garcia. "Last year I switched ball brands to TaylorMade because they created the TaylorMade TP, which is better than any ball I've ever played. adidas Golf apparel fits and feels better than anything I've ever worn. And the new POWERBAND shoe actually helps me generate more power on my downswing.

"TaylorMade-adidas Golf never stops making better products that help me and all golfers play better. That's why my decision to continue our relationship was very, very easy."

Garcia, 27, enjoyed a terrific 2006 season, highlighted by a 4-1-0 record at the Ryder Cup Matches that helped lead Europe to an easy victory. He also posted top-five finishes at the Open Championship (T5th) and PGA Championship (T3rd). He currently plays TaylorMade's new r7® SuperQuad™ driver, r7 3-wood and 5-wood, rac™ TP MB irons, rac TP wedges and a Rossa® putter; and currently wears adidas Golf POWERBAND shoes.

As a member of the TaylorMade-adidas Tour Staff he will continue to play TaylorMade golf clubs and balls and to wear adidas Golf footwear and apparel. He will also continue using a TaylorMade staff bag and featuring the adidas logo on the front of his headwear and the TaylorMade logo on the side.

"Sergio has a combination of passion, spirit, skill and charisma that's very hard to find" said Mark King, TaylorMade-adidas Golf president and CEO. "He's clearly one of golf's most magnetic players, and we're extremely pleased that he will remain part of our team well into the future."

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company (TMaG) has announced that LPGA star Paula Creamer has officially joined the TaylorMade-adidas Golf Tour Staff.

Creamer, 19, earned membership on the LPGA Tour by winning the final stage of the 2004 Q-School by five shots, then elected to play professional golf in 2005 instead of attending college. A good choice, as it turns out, as her performance since turning pro has made her a star on the LPGA Tour and one of the most recognizable names in the world of women's golf. So far this year she has recorded seven top-five finishes, including wins at the Sybase Classic and Evian Masters. She also played a crucial role on the victorious U.S. Solheim Cup team, for which she posted a 3-1-1 record. In addition, her recent runner-up finish at the Wendy's Championship for Children gave her the necessary points to clinch the LPGA's Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year award. Recently she earned wide praise as an American stalwart at the Solheim Cup, held earlier this month.
"Paula has the skill, will and charisma to make her a star on the LPGA Tour for a long time to come," says Chuck Presto, senior vice president of sports marketing for TaylorMade-adidas. "We're extremely pleased that she has put her faith in TaylorMade clubs and adidas Golf footwear and apparel to help her achieve her goals." .

Paula will now have to compete with current and future LPGA Tour stars like Annika Sorenstam, Lorena Ochoa, Michelle Wie, Christie Kerr, among others.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Two-time U.S. Open Champion Retief Goosen, who has played TaylorMade golf equipment since 1996, has extended his relationship with the company thru 2009. Goosen will continue to play a TaylorMade driver, fairway woods and irons; he will continue to use a TaylorMade bag; and will continue to wear TaylorMade headwear, including the TaylorMade logo on the front of his hat, and adidas Golf footwear.

“The best years of my career have occurred while I've used TaylorMade equipment,” said Goosen. “My decision to extend my relationship with the company was very easy to make.”
Currently ranked No. 5 in the world, Goosen, 36, is best known for winning the U.S. Open Championship twice, in 2001 at Southern Hills and last year at Shinnecock Hills. .

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