Golf In Sync, a Training Aid for a Synchronized Swing, in Use by Instructors
Golf In Sync, a highly-effective training aid mostly for honing the short game, is in use by an increasing number of golf instructors across the U.S. Among instructors currently using Golf In Sync as part of their teaching programs are Dawn Mercer, PGA, director of golf instruction at the Innisbrook Golf & Spa Resort, in Palm Harbor, Fla.; Martin Chuck, PGA, Tour Striker Golf Academy and Coaching Programs, in Chandler, Ariz.; and Martin Hall, PGA and Master Professional, PGA of Great Britain, director of instruction, Ibis Golf Academy at Ibis Golf & Country Club, in West Palm Beach, Fla.
“Golf In Sync is a simple yet remarkably effective teaching tool,” said Laurent-Alix Huguet, CEO of H4Distribution, which distributes Golf In Sync throughout the U.S. “We are pleased that more and more instructors are incorporating Golf In Sync into their teaching programs with students of all ages and skill levels.”
The straightforward yet sophisticated design of Golf In Sync provides an exceptional augmentation to any golfer’s practice routine, leading to noticeable and repeatable game-improvement techniques.
Golf In Sync, which made its U.S. début at the PGA Merchandise Show in January, already is in use by many golf instructors, academies and avid golfers in Europe and around the globe. Now it is gaining rapid and wide recognition throughout North America, too.
About Golf In Sync
Among training aids, Golf In Sync emerges as extraordinary. Simple in design yet brilliantly effective in honing the swing, Golf In Sync, invented by Swedish golf instructor Niklas Eliasson, has been discovered by serious golfers worldwide. Primarily for refining the short game, Golf In Sync helps a player perform a synchronized swing in which body rotation generates power and in which the arms, hands and club naturally follow the body’s motion. Also useful for full-swing training, Golf In Sync enhances a player’s understanding of the value of consistently repeating a successful swing movement during training and practice. Golfers of every skill level will find Golf In Sync beneficial.
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