TaylorMade + Star Wars = Xmas gift heaven

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• TaylorMade reveal exclusive Star Wars product range
• Gear includes divot tools, balls, gloves and headcovers

• You can also get a special TaylorMade Star Wars gift box

TAYLORMADE | STAR WARS

Love golf? Love Star Wars? Then your Christmas list just got even longer thanks to TaylorMade.

Today, the company has announced an exclusive Star Wars themed product range with all your favourite characters adorned on special golf accessories.

The highly anticipated gear includes divot tools, golf balls, headcovers, gloves, valuables bags and gift boxes, which feature the iconic characters and branding synonymous with Star Wars; including Yoda, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, C-3PO, R2-D2 and Stormtroopers.

Avid Star Wars fans will now be able to repair pitch marks with the help of Yoda, keep their clubs protected with the help of a Stormtrooper, and have Darth Vader to mark their golf balls.

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Both small and large gift boxes are also available, packaging together a range of balls, divot tools, towels and poker chip ball markers.

On the collaboration, TaylorMade-adidas’ category director Jason Howarth said: “We know that there are thousands of golfers out there who are massive Star Wars fans, and to be able to collaborate with such an iconic brand to create this range of bespoke merchandise is a fantastic opportunity.”

The product range is sure to excite Star Wars fans that pledge their allegiance whilst playing their way around the galaxy!

TaylorMade Star Wars product range pricing

Prices range from RRP £9.99-£49.99 and will be available at selected stockists across Europe from November 11, 2016.

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