Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Golf Rain Out in Myrtle Beach - No Problem

Next time your golf game is rained out, work on your game with the help of Martins and a little computer technology. Or, just kick your heels up and watch a little golf resort television.

New Golf Instruction Aid Added at Martins

Martins PGA Tour Superstore recently added a second computerized swing simulator to the Swing Lab sections of its two Myrtle Beach locations. Martin’s on-staff PGA and LPGA professionals use the simulators to analyze a golfer’s swing, assist with club fitting and to assist in golf instruction.

According to Steve Conwell vice president of merchandising of Golf & Tennis Pro Shop, Inc., the owners of Martin's PGA TOUR Superstore, "The services provided by the Swing Lab are so popular that we needed to add another bay to handle all the demand for club fitting and instruction."

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New Television Show for Golfers Debuts

Resort Sports Television debuts a new golf show beginning May 30 and running through Oct. 30 in mountain and beach resorts across the United States.

“The Clubhouse” will feature interviews, new technology features, course reviews, and other golf-related programming. “Our mission is to provide uncluttered, relevant local programming to help viewers in our resort markets make the most of their vacation experience,” said Richard Bilodeau, vice president of marketing for the television network.

Hit 'em long and straight,

Evans Putman, Owner
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