ShortGolf® Celebrates 10 Years as the World’s …

ShortGolf® Celebrates 10 Years as the World’s #1 Developmental Product for Youngsters and New Golfers

ShortGolf®, the manufacturer of golf products designed to make golf fun and easy for all ages, is celebrating 10 years of providing modified golf equipment for kids and adults who are learning and playing the game for the first time.   Considered by industry leaders as the preferred entry-level training system for golf pros and instructors when it comes to teaching golf to new learners, ShortGolf’s program builds on the fundamentals of putting, chipping, pitching and full shots to develop playing ability quickly and effectively.

“We have been in business for 10 years and have been extremely successful throughout Europe, Asia and the U.S.,” says Jonathan Apps, Global Brand Manager of ShortGolf.  “Our establishment and expansion into the U.S. ensures that our reach gives ShortGolf the exciting opportunity to provide our equipment and programming to a broader audience.  We are proud of our relationships with The First Tee, PGA TOUR, LPGA Foundation, PGA Sections, and we anticipate a significant involvement with the National Recreation and Park Association.  ShortGolf will play a critical role in growing the game of golf in the U.S. and across the world.”

According to Dr. Gary Wiren, PGA Master Professional and member of the PGA Hall of Fame, “ShortGolf is one of the first brands people turn to when they want a fun approach to trying golf for the first time (or even afterward).  It is perfect for kids, adults, families, golf clubs, coaches, and even schools and institutions. Each product is specifically designed to make the aspect of golf it is focused on memorable, which certainly helps in the learning and memorization process that accompanies golf.  Success is soon to follow once you use a ShortGolf product.”

The ShortGolf product line is available online at www.short-golf.com and the new ShortGolf “Hitta! Pack” for home use soon will be available nationwide at select retail outlets.