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TMAG launches commemorative hats & bags
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Aug '08
TaylorMade Golf Company is again providing its Tour Staff and club professionals participating in this year's Major Championships with specially logoed hats and staff bags, including the August commemorative logo to be used at the season's final major – The PGA Championship.

Both hats and bags feature a logo uniquely designed by TaylorMade that pays homage to the particular tournament and the particular venue at which it is being played.

The August commemorative logo, to be used at the season's final major, features a hot rod icon as an ode to Detroit, the “Motor City.”

A pair of menacing eyes and the phrase “Motor City Monster” appear on the logo, both in reference to the course's nickname, the Monster, bestowed upon it by Ben Hogan.

Hogan shot a final-round 67 to win the 1951 U.S. Open at Oakland Hills, which ranks as one of the great finishing rounds in major championship history, and said after the end of the tournament: "I am glad I brought this course, this monster, to its knees."

Two specially logoed bags have been created for each TaylorMade Tour Staff player playing in the PGA Championship, each featuring the August commemorative logo. After the event, each player keeps the bag and autographs the other.

All autographed bags are sold to a private collector, and the proceeds are donated to the First Tee, an initiative of the World Golf Foundation that creates new facilities and access to golf with a special emphasis on kids who otherwise may not have an opportunity to experience the game.

Taylor Made Golf Company Inc


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