Searching for the TaylorMade customer service number? Are you interested in ordering pre-made golf clubs or maybe something customizable? Are you shopping for clubs or accessories? Are you the golfer or is it someone you love? Regardless of any of these answers, read on to discover how to reach out to TaylorMade customer service reps.
TaylorMade Customer Service Number
For online orders and other inquiries, call 877-860-8624. This phone is answered Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. PST.
Questions regarding wholesale accounts and TM direct questions can be made to 800-888-2582. This number is answered Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. PST.
TaylorMade Email/Contact Form
The login page also has a very small contact form at the bottom of it. To check an order or return an order, type in your order number, email, and billing zip code.
There aren’t any email addresses or contact forms available. There is a pop-up window that allows customers to add their email to the mailing list, but as far as being able to communicate through email, you may be out of luck.
TaylorMade Mailing Address
TaylorMade is located in California.
5545 Fermi Court
Carlsbad, CA 92008
TaylorMade Live Chat
TaylorMade does offer a live chat option on their contact website, which is located here: https://www.taylormadegolf.com/customerservice/. The chat hours are not listed on the site.
TaylorMade Support Website
The customer support website is here: https://www.taylormadegolf.com/customerservice/. Customers are asked to peruse a list of FAQs to see if their question can be answered before reaching out to customer care. The FAQ categories are online orders, product support, warranty, and company. The contact information is then listed. You can choose from the live chat, mail, or call options to reach a customer care rep.
The return policy is also available on the customer service website. It is located here: https://www.taylormadegolf.com/shared-customer-service-customer-returns/customerService-returns.html.
The customer warranty is located here: https://www.taylormadegolf.com/shared-customer-service/customerService-warranty.html.
Do you need to register your clubs? Fill out the registration form here: https://www.taylormadegolf.com/ProductRegistration/. TaylorMade asks the regular contact questions, but they also try to learn marketing information from you as well. Be prepared with your product’s serial number when you register it online.
Click here to find product specs for every product TaylorMade has ever produced: https://www.taylormadegolf.com/product-specs.html from 2002 to now.
Purchasing a gift card through TaylorMade is super easy too. Enter an amount between $25 and $2,000 and buy it through the customer service website.
Another customer service option that I honestly don’t understand is the Golf Club Trade-In. It seems as if TaylorMade will purchase clubs from other companies and offer money that can be used to buy a TaylorMade product. The trade-in form is located here: https://www.taylormadegolf.com/tradein/.
TaylorMade Social Media Accounts
Links to TaylorMade’s social media accounts are located on their website, or you can simply click my links below.
TaylorMade Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaylorMadeGolf
Messages are responded to within a few hours from the Facebook messaging system.
TaylorMade Twitter: https://twitter.com/taylormadegolf
Tweet and message TaylorMade through Twitter. Also, check out articles on how to improve your swing through the content on the page.
TaylorMade LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/taylormade-golf-company/
Would working in the golf industry be your dream job? See what positions are available by checking out their LinkedIn page.
TaylorMade Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TaylorMadeGolf.
Click on this link to reach the TaylorMade Google+ page. The page is not linked to their website for some reason.
TaylorMade YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/taylormadegolf/custom
Watch interviews of pro golfers talking about how excellent TaylorMade products are.
TaylorMade Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylormadegolf/
See pro-golfers in action from the TaylorMade Instagram account.
Just like all major companies, TaylorMade started with one guy, and his last name isn’t even Taylor. In 1979 Gary Adams, who sold golf equipment, took out a loan to design a new style of golf club – a 12-degree driver cast of stainless steel. Now, many of golfing greats use TaylorMade products while on tour. Golfers Tiger Woods, Rory Mcllroy, Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, Jason Day, and Justin Rose tee up with their TaylorMade clubs along with thousands of amateurs across the world.