It’s quite astounding the success TaylorMade Golf has had in the last year. The new "Twistface" generation of drivers and fairway woods, with an increased sweet spot on the club face, has been getting rave reviews from tour players and amateurs alike.
In Japan, the maker has reatined its own sweet spot as the number one selling manufacturer of clubs for the last three years. A culmination of that work is the opening of its sleek ﬂagship store along the famous Sotobori Street in Ginza. This three-story building houses the latest equipment including the Gloire range (a premium sub-brand exclusive to the Japan market) all the latest clubs and balls, as well as an exclusive clothing range. Visiting golfers are welcome with trilingual staff on hand to help you select the right clubs. The basement ﬂoor has a full hitting facility and putter facility, both with tracking technology to help get you to get the most out of your clubs —and ready for the links.
As well as offering tax-free shopping, Taylormade Ginza is also offering limited-edition head covers free with any purchase of driver, wood or putter, until the end of the year or while stocks last.