TaylorMade-adidas Golf look to score with Manchester United partnership

TaylorMade Golf Company has announced a global golf merchandise license with Manchester United Football Club.

The launch of the TaylorMade-adidas Golf range which features the Red Devils’ iconic crest, ensures that Manchester United supporters around the world will be able to show their support for their beloved club on and off the golf course.

On the partnership, David Silvers, Managing Director, TaylorMade-adidas Golf EMEA, said, “As a company we are incredibly excited to be working with Manchester United. We know that there are thousands of golfers on the terraces of Old Trafford each week and around Europe, and to be able to partner with the club to create this range of bespoke merchandise is a fantastic opportunity. We’re greatly looking forward to working more closely with the team at Manchester United to further build the partnership between the brands.”

Manchester United Group Managing Director, Richard Arnold comments:“Like Manchester United, TaylorMade is an iconic name within sport. We believe the range of Manchester United golf attire and accessories produced will be popular with our fans across the globe. These products are reflective of the fantastic quality and design we have experienced from across the adidas group and the strength of what is a fantastic partnership.”

A stand out piece from the range is the adicross V which is one of adidas Golf’s most popular spikeless shoe options, perfect for the summer months on and off the course. The limited edition Manchester United shoe features the iconic club crest, combined with red detailing on the sole and inner lining.

The full product range includes: adicross V Shoes (RRP £70.00), Logo golf balls (RRP £25.00 per dozen), Logo Balls 3 Ball Sleeve (RRP £10.00), Divot Tool (RRP £10.00), Valuables Pouch (RRP £17.00), Tees (RRP £3.00), Golf Glove (RRP £18.00), Image Towel (RRP £23.00), Shoe Bag (RRP £20.00) and gift boxes (large – RRP £40.00 and small – RRP £22.00).

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