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Explanar Golf announces strong results

7.47am 20th October 2008 - Corporate

Explanar Golf has announced impressive results for the first half (April – Sept 08) of their financial year. Sales are up 18.2% versus last year with much of that growth coming from the USA.

Tony Clark, CEO commented, “Our performance demonstrates that even in tough times if a product is unique, works and represents good value there will always be a market for it. Our growth has come from our more mature markets, especially the USA, where we are still only scratching the surface.

“Our customers are our best sales people and it’s difficult to hide an improved golf game! Golf’s emerging markets in Eastern Europe and Asia have been quick to identify Explanar as an industry ‘must have‘ for game development.”

So what does the next six months hold for Explanar?

Clark added, “We’ve managed costs well and we’ll continue to invest in communication and education. Our activities in the US and Europe will be up-weighted. A recent report by Pellucid proved that game improvement is linked to growth in game investment. Explanar delivers unparalleled game improvement so by definition Explanar is clearly good for the industry!”

Explanar is now used by PGA professionals, Tour players and amateurs of all levels in over 60 countries.

“Explanar is endorsed by the world’s leading instructors, fitness experts and an eminent professor of kinesiology and recognised as the world’s No 1 teaching, training and golf fitness system,” Clark concluded.

Explanar Golf Ltd


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