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Rickie Fowler Ditches Titleist, Going TaylorMade TP5x

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Rickie Fowler played Titleist golf balls since junior golf. Here he speaks about his switch to a TaylorMade ball for 2019.
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Rickie Fowler has won four times on the PGA Tour and amassed more than $34 million in career earnings. He’s been in the top 10 in earnings three times and played on four Ryder Cup teams and two Presidents Cup teams. He’s also done all of that while using a Titleist golf ball. Now in his 10th full season on the PGA Tour, Fowler is making a monumental shift in his equipment, changing to TaylorMade’s TP5x ball (the number 15, in homage to his motocross days) in a multiyear agreement that also will have him wearing the company's Tour Preferred Glove. Fowler spoke with Golf Digest’s equipment editor E. Michael Johnson on the process of making the switch, the new ball and how playing with Dustin Johnson in the Ryder Cup played a role in the decision.

Next up… Snell! 🙂

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3 minutes ago, iacas said:
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Rickie Fowler played Titleist golf balls since junior golf. Here he speaks about his switch to a TaylorMade ball for 2019.

Next up… Snell! 🙂

I've got a dozen boxes of Snells, still unopened, calling my name. I say, spring is a comin'!

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