Why should I be concerned about knock-off clubs?
While many knock-off clubs look strikingly similar to the clubs they try to emulate, they fall well short in the area of playability characteristics.
Authentic TaylorMade golf clubs have a serial number on the hosel of each wood and on the 5-iron or the 7-iron (depending on the model) in each set of irons. If your club does not have that serial number, it may not be a genuine TaylorMade.
How can I tell if the clubs I just purchased are authentic?
You can compare your club against pictures posted on this website. If you notice differences in color, shape, markings or finish quality, you probably bought a fake.
You may also consider taking your club to your local authorized TaylorMade dealer to have the dealer inspect it. You can locate a TaylorMade retailer in your area by using our Retail Locator
Unfortunately, passing a visual inspection does not guarantee that the club is authentic. The only way to be sure is to purchase from authorized TaylorMade dealers.
Additional details regarding counterfeit clubs can be found on our Anti-Counterfeiting page
Where can I find the serial number on my TaylorMade clubs?
The serial numbers can be found etched into the back of the hosel on drivers, fairways, and rescue clubs. For iron sets, the serial number can be found on the 5-iron (or the 7-iron for newer product), and neither wedges nor putters will have a serial number.
How Do I Find A TaylorMade Retailer Near Me?
We have a Retail Locator
set up to assist you in finding your nearest retail location. Just enter your zip or postal code and you will be returned a list of the closest retailer to choose from.
How should I clean my clubs?
To clean your TaylorMade clubs, we recommend using a mild detergent, a damp cloth, and a soft nylon brush. Spending 5-10 minutes with your clubs after each round can keep your clubs looking like new.
How can I find replacement grips that will fit my clubs?
We do have a number of different options of grips that fit our clubs. Your local authorized TaylorMade retailer should be able to assist you with placing a special order for the grips, if they do not have them in stock already. If you need assistance in finding your nearest retail location, please visit our Retail Locator
What Is TaylorMade's rac Technology?
rac technology is what we refer to as the "science of feel." rac stands for Relative Amplitude Coefficient. We have found that many of today's clubs have a harsh, unpleasant feel, which is a result of unmanaged vibrations through the club. rac technology channels energy away from the area of impact to give a softer feel with solid performance.