Nelly Korda reveals her talks with TaylorMade prior to switching drivers

Aug, 2023

Nelly Korda has once again topped the Rolex Rankings. The 25-year old switched back to the Titleist TSR1 she used for many years and had great success with.

It was a big surprise that she switched drivers, especially since TaylorMade had signed her up in January. The move was immediately rewarded as Korda shot 64 in the Amundi Evian Championship on Saturday, which was the lowest round of the day.

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Korda has received approval from TaylorMade to use the Titleist TSR1 at this week’s AIG Women’s Open, which will be held at Walton Heath Golf Club.

They have been a great partner. They have been a great partner throughout the whole process. Right now, I will stick with what I feel comfortable with. Hopefully, there are some exciting new things coming up. I am really excited about the future.

Korda won the English Premier League in tough weather conditions, and should be ready to take on this challenge again. She spoke a little about the differences between playing in the U.S. and the U.K.

“I’d say it’s an entirely different style of playing golf. You have to be creative, depending on the type of course and weather. You’ll have to make shots that you wouldn’t normally do on other courses. You have to drive it high on most golf courses in America, but here, you can actually chase it. Here, you need to shoot low so that the wind won’t effect it.

Korda, who is attempting to win her second major title, is one of the favorites for this week.

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