Taylormade has been making quality clubs since 1979. Justin Rose, world leader for the Professional Golf Association, has stopped using Taylormade golf clubs in favor of Japanese manufacturer called Honma. Justin Rose's best speed control putting drill GOLFmagic 12:04 18-May-20 Justin Rose: English Star Has Ground to Make Up in Ryder Cup Standings Pro Golf Now (Weblog) 15:02 27-Apr-20 John Terry, Justin Rose, Ben Stokes and Stuart Broad sign up to an all-star FIFA 20 tournament Daily Mail 15:08 25-Apr-20 He apparently has a clause in his contract that allows him some flexibility to use other brands as he pleases (i.e. World No 1 Justin Rose is set to announce a major change with the news that he will switch equipment sponsors for the first time in his career.
Justin Rose played Thursday’s first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard with almost an entirely new set – and new brand – of clubs. Justin Rose has been with this brand for over 20 years. A post shared by Justin Rose (@justinprose99) on Jan 1, 2019 at 11:49am PST While yet to be confirmed, Rose is likely to continue using his TaylorMade TP5 golf ball. Rose has used TaylorMade clubs ever since he turned professional in 1998, but will make the switch to Japanese manufacturer Honma at the start of next year. Believe this was confirmed that Justin Rose is no longer going to play the Honma clubs.” BdMac79 says: “Haven’t heard anything like that. JUSTIN ROSE has been dumped by his club makers, despite reclaiming the world No 1 spot with his victory in the Turkish Airlines Open. Given Justin Rose’s precision and eye for detail, it comes as no surprise that he signed to play clubs with the same kind of ideology. the TW fairways and Vokey here and there, as well as the recent use of the SIM driver).