The TaylorMade Golf x Manor Collection is Engineered to Perfection

The TaylorMade Golf x Manor Collection is Engineered to Perfection

The game of golf continues to evolve. TaylorMade Golf is not only at the forefront of product but is a trailblazer when it comes to challenging the definition of speed. Despite the rapid growth, the brand continues to focus on excellence and precision as a cornerstone of the greatest game on Earth.

Manor Phoenix is proud to announce its latest collaborative effort with TaylorMade. The boutique, known for bringing streetwear flair to the course, is teaming up with the golf juggernaut for a collection that elevates your game in more ways than one.

The SIM Driver, SIM Max Driver, and Mill Grind 2 Wedge (offered in a 56 or 60 degree) combine the elegance of Manor's "Shoes on a Cactus" logo along with TaylorMade's undeniable innovation.

Part fashion. Part technology. Fully equipped for lovers of the game.

Learn details about the hard goods collections below, and stay tuned to Manor Phoenix on Instagram for full release information on the TaylorMade x Manor headwear program and hard goods collection. 

SIM Driver


The latest driver from TaylorMade incorporates an asymmetric sole design and an all-new Inertia Generator to increase speed at the height of your swing. The Inertia Generator's weight is precisely angled to reduce the drag on the downswing. The SIM pushes the envelope of speed and distance within the game of golf.

SIM Max Driver


The SIM Max is calculated perfectly to push your game to a new level. The driver head's face curvature not only reduces sidespin but also straightens off-centered shots. The SIM Max also features an aerodynamic feel with the TaylorMade's Inertia Generator technology.

Milled Grind 2 Wedge 


The wedge arrives in a 56 or 60 degree variation combined with TaylorMade Golf's Raw Face Technology. With increased spin, precision and feel, the Milled Grind 2 wedge enhances your experience and allows your game to flow like never before.

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Ugh, why not the Sim2 driver line instead?


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