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SOURCE PSP Golf
PSP Golf, whose seven iron is one of golf's top selling training aid and golf improvement clubs, unveils a new pitching wedge that enables golfers to make dramatic improvements to their game and lower scoring.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PSP Golf, a leading innovator for golf club training aids, has added a new pitching wedge to their already successful line-up of PSP Golf irons and PSP Golf junior clubs. The PSP Golf pitching wedge, whose clubface is approximately sixty-six percent smaller than a traditional pitching wedge, has a standard loft of 48 degrees, and comes in regular and stiff shafts. The club's suggested retail is $109.95.
"The reaction by both amateurs and PGA professionals on tour to the PSP Golf irons and new pitching wedge has been phenomenal," said Dan Bonomo, the founder of PSP Golf. Bonomo continued, "The initial concept for the irons came from the idea that by practicing and warming-up with a club that had a much smaller clubface, every golfer, regardless of handicap, would strike the ball much purer when it was time to start their round."
Bonomo added, "The growth and success of the original PSP Golf irons has been explosive - in the last four years, we have sold tens of thousands of clubs, and the product is now available for sale in thirteen countries - so the introduction of the pitching wedge with the same design characteristics as our seven iron was a logical next step. As a result of positive feedback from thousands of Golf PSP users, we are in the final stages of development for both a PSP five iron and a PSP hybrid club. These clubs complement the PSP Golf arsenal and enable a golfer to hit the ball pure, long, and with touch around the greens."
Reflecting on the spectacular growth of the golf training aid, Doug Reichel, President of PSP Golf, added, "The PSP golf club makes you a better ball striker. Maybe even a great ball striker. The concept is simple. Practice and warm-up with these irons, whose clubface is approximately 50% smaller than normal irons, and your brain and muscles will adjust and adapt to the smaller sweet spot on the clubface. When it is time to start your round, pure ball striking, consistency, and added distance, comes that much easier."
In addition to the pitching wedge to the club line-up, PSP Golf announced that starting today, entries would be taken for a golf package that included a three-hour golf lesson with Sean Foley, including hotel and airfare. "The PSP Golf clubs are a brilliant concept," said Sean Foley, the current coach to PGA Tour players Tiger Woods, Justin Rose and Hunter Mahan. Foley continued, "The PSP golf clubs are one of the best warm-up and game experience clubs I have ever seen. They will quickly help improve ball striking, concentration, swing plane, tempo, and confidence; no what caliber of player you are." Foley added, "I use the PSP Golf clubs personally, and they are an integral part of my teaching regime."
The "Win a Free Lesson with Sean Foley Contest" can be entered once by each individual, does not require a purchase, and the winner will be announced November 2014 via social media.
To celebrate Father's Day, PSP Golf is running a Father's Day promotion this week whereby any combination of two PSP Golf clubs can be bought for a twenty percent savings over a single club purchase. Free shipping is included.
The entire line of PSP Golf clubs can be bought online at http://www.golfpsp.com, and can be demonstrated at stores including Dicks Sporting Goods, PGA Tour Superstore, Golfsmith, Golf Town, Golf Galaxy, Academy Sports and Outdoors and hundreds of golf and pro shops around the country.
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