Jordan Smith Secures Maiden European Tour Victory Using TaylorMade Metalwoods

A birdie on the second playoff hole of the 2017 Porsche European Open cemented victory in the Englishman's first full year on Tour

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Basingstoke, Hants (30th July, 2017) - TaylorMade Tour professional Jordan Smith played a sublime M2 Tour 3 wood shot from the rough on the second play off hole to set up a chance at victory at the 2017 Porsche European Open. Eventually rolling in a putt from 4 foot with his Spider Tour Black, Jordan continued his momentous rise through the world rankings having previously won on the EuroPro and Challenge Tours in the last 2 years. This was Jordan's first win on the European Tour in what is his maiden year and sees him rise to 82nd in the World Rankings following the exciting final round battle.

Showing impressive form off the tee throughout the tournament with his M1 440 driver, Jordan ranked 3rd in driving distance and 6th in driving accuracy during his 3rd round as he carded a bogey free 67 to take the overnight lead.

My M1 driver is my favourite club in the bag. Driving the ball is my strength and the two go hand in hand.

Jordan Smith - Porsche European Open 2017 Winner

With this victory Jordan now qualifies for the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow in August.

What's in the Bag -

M1 440 / 9.5 / Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei 70-X

M2 Tour Fairway / 15 / Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei 80-X

M2 Tour Fairway / 18 / Mitsubishi Chemical Kuro Kage

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