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Taylor Made Group president and COO announces retirement

Taylor Made Group president and COO Andy Jobbins will retire at the close of the company’s fiscal year, effective Oct. 1.

Taylor Made Group president and COO Andy Jobbins will retire at the close of the company’s fiscal year, effective Oct. 1.

Jobbins was promoted to his current position in 2010 after serving as trend marine products managing director and Taylor Made Group’s international managing director — responsible for the company’s facilities in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

“We wish Andy health, happiness and the very best as he enters his retirement,” Taylor Made Group chairman and CEO Dennis Flint said in a statement.

The group said it will conduct a search of candidates internally and externally to replace Jobbins.

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