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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    Quote Originally Posted by pauljames87 View Post
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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    Quote Originally Posted by ger147 View Post
    His contract didn't come to an end, they have both agreed to scrap the remaining years on his contract and call it quits...

    https://www.golfdigest.com/story/ser...n-a-free-agent
    Irrespective, wasn't a well kept secret. There were mutterings prior to his Master's win. Others will follow suit.
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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacko_G View Post
    Irrespective, wasn't a well kept secret. There were mutterings prior to his Master's win. Others will follow suit.
    Is that due to taylormade selling up?

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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    He's signed to Adidas, who have just split from TM.

    So I'm sure it would have slightly factored in to the decision.

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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    Any sign of what he is going to do? I suppose now is a good time to part as he has the winter break to get used to his new gear.

    Bold move though, lots of cases where a move hasn't gone well.

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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    Not overly surprised and he's not the first is he. Loads of good manufacturers out there and I'm sure both the product and the contract will play their part. For my money I'm going for Titleist. No logic just an inkling

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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    A lot of mutterings that he could go Mizuno, but most likely he'll end up at Callaway, slight chance on PXG, if he's just after a big signing on bonus.
    If you've been smoking something you shouldn't and you see something that walks like a duck, sounds like a duck and looks like a duck, then it's probably a dog or a bag of peas.

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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    PXG

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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    Not overly surprised and he's not the first is he. Loads of good manufacturers out there and I'm sure both the product and the contract will play their part. For my money I'm going for Titleist. No logic just an inkling
    i can't see him going to titleist as they will insist he uses a titleist ball. if they had a mutual agreement and released him from his contract then id bet they stipulate he can't play a pro v1x. think about it, Taylormade have spent a fortune on persuading us the the tp5x is better than the pro v. imagine how it will look if he switches to a pro v at the earliest opportunity. it would be a devastating blow to Taylormade's ball sales

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    Re: Sergio leaving TM?

    I think he is going to become the face of Callaway after they failed the land Rory

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