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Taylor Made Group names new president and CEO

Taylor Made Group named Andrew Hider as its president and CEO.
Andrew Hider

Andrew Hider

Taylor Made Group named Andrew Hider as its president and CEO.

He succeeds Dennis Flint, who will continue to serve as executive chairman.

“I believe that Mr. Hider fits the leadership characteristics needed and has the experience necessary to lead The Taylor Made Group and all associated brands into the future,” Flint said in a statement.

Hider joined Taylor Made in May as president and chief operating officer. He previously was an executive at Danaher Corp., where he was president of Veeder-Root, after holding several senior leadership roles at Danaher and General Electric Corp.

“Taylor Made has a rich and deep history of cutting-edge innovation, quality and an amazing set of products,” Hider said in a statement. “Dennis Flint and the senior team have done a terrific job positioning the company to grow and provide solutions to our customers. I look forward to helping as we shape the organization for the future.”

Hider, 39, is a graduate of Clarkson University, where he received undergraduate and graduate degrees. He lives in Saratoga Springs, Fla., with his wife and two children.

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