Charley Hull signs a multi-year agreement with TaylorMade

Tour winner Charley Hull firms up agreement with TaylorMade

TaylorMade and Charley Hull announce a long-term partnership.

Charley Hull Image: TaylorMade

Charley Hull has signed a multi-year extension to her agreement with TaylorMade with the leading female star committing her future to the brand.

A three-time Ladies European Tour winner and one-time LPGA Tour champion, has seen an improvement in her results since joining TaylorMade and has extended the relationship.

TaylorMade announced a multi-year agreement with Hull as the partnership was firmed, which will see her play an entire bag of clubs, ball and sport branding while playing on tour.

Charley Hull TaylorMade Deal Reaction

“I am delighted to extend my partnership with TaylorMade,” Hull said in TaylorMade’s news release.

“The equipment and service I receive is unmatched and to be a part of a company that is always striving to produce the best performance products in golf, means that I always feel one step ahead of my competitors.”

TaylorMade Reaction

Adrian Rietveld, Senior Manager – Tour | Global Sports Marketing at TaylorMade, added: “Charley signing a long-term extension to her partnership with TaylorMade means that she has chosen TaylorMade equipment for what we believe will be the prime of her career.

“We appreciate what goes into the decision for a player of her standard to exclusively chose to use 14 TaylorMade clubs and a TP5x golf ball as she continues to compete at the highest level of the woman’s professional game.

“Charley remains one of the biggest names in golf with much more success to follow. We look forward to helping her reach the very top of the game.”

Charley Hull Career & Wins

Hull burst onto the scene when becoming the youngest ever player at the Solheim Cup at the tender age of just 17.

Since that appearance, Hull has gone on to win three times on the Ladies European Tour in the 2014 Lalla Meryem Cup, 2019 Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open and 2021 Aramco Team Series – New York.

She won her sole LPGA Tour title at the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship in 2016.

Hull won the inaugural Rose Ladies Series Event in 2020 and finished top of the Order of Merit too.