TaylorMade Golf has appointed Rick Paschal as its new Chief Financial Officer.
Paschal is responsible for all of the company’s finance, accounting, treasury and information technology operations, and will report directly to TaylorMade CEO David Abeles.
Paschal has more than 20 years of business and finance experience, with both publicly held and privately owned companies. Prior to TaylorMade, he spent three years as CFO and Treasurer for Varsity Brands, and has also worked for Coach, Nestlé, Godiva, Pillsbury and Häagen-Dazs.
A graduate of the McIntire School of Commerce, the Darden School of Business, and the University of Virginia, he relocated to Carlsbad from Dallas to take up his new post.
Speaking about his new role, Pascal said: “For years I have regarded TaylorMade as a high-performance brand and company. It’s about helping golfers achieve the best version of themselves, whether they’re a pro or an amateur. It’s an aspirational brand in every sense. I’ve spent my entire career working with brand that both inspire and elevate – TaylorMade undoubtedly fits that mold.”