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Global Sports Brands launches the Club WhizzPush Cart Brush to US Market

11.40am 21st June 2013 - Corporate

Club Whizz Product Shot 1Global Sports Brands (GSB) announce that GSB and LM Golf Australia P/L (LM), the makers of the innovative new Club Whizz push cart wheel brush, have signed a U.S. distribution agreement to market, sell, fulfill and manage a wide array of other services on behalf of LM.  All U.S. based operations for the Club Whizz will be managed out of GSB’s 14,000 sq. ft. facility in their North Carolina headquarters.

The Club Whizz is a revolutionary new brush that retro fits every push cart on the market.   In less than 60 seconds you can securely attach the Club Whizz to the wheel of any push cart regardless of make and model. It works on either tire depending on whether the golfer is right or left-handed. In just a few strides of pushing your cart, the Club Whizz brush will instantly clean any club no matter how dirty. Its brush design incorporates a tested highly durable bristle formation with a specific contour to give the ultimate shine! No more messy towels and hard scrubbing. Just walk and clean. The Club Whizz is extremely versatile in that it can be quickly removed from the wheel mount with a simple push of a button in order to clean the bottom of your shoes or the cart tires, keeping the golf course out of your car.  The Club Whizz is the must have push cart accessory of 2013 and makes a great gift item for the golfer that has everything.

Any retailer or golf facility selling push carts, having a large quantity of push cart users, or having a fleet of push cart rentals, needs this one of a kind push cart accessory.  The Club Whizz retails for $39.95 and is one of the few products on the market that is proven to actually increase pace of play.  No more standing around to clean clubs. Club Whizz is offering retailers great wholesale pricing and several different volume price breaks. Push Cart users love their accessories and the Club Whizz is one of the most innovative accessories the sector has seen in years. For wholesale pricing packages contact Jim Wood at 910-722-2123 ext 315 or email

The Club Whizz has a 30 second TV Commercial that will begin airing on The Golf Channel in the later part of June 2013.  The same commercial launched in the Spring of 2012 in Australia and sold several thousand units direct to consumers leading up to the Christmas/Holiday season making it the hottest gift item of the year down-under.  Since then, the Club Whizz has been picked up by many of the top retailers in Australia, experiencing great sell through.  Global Sports Brands has Club Whizz sales representatives  throughout the U.S. and an inside sales rep force at its Pinehurst, NC area headquarters to ensure great customer service and quick delivery.  The Club Whizz comes individually packaged and can be hung anywhere using the built in retail box tab. It also comes in five unit POP towers that are easy to locate throughout a retail facility.

A few key sales territories still open. For inquires about becoming a Club Whizz sales representative please contact Steve Sacks at 619-977-1112.

About Club Whizz

Based in Perth, Australia, Club Whizz, LLCis dedicated to delivering the highest quality push cart accessories in the golf industry.   Established in 2010, Club Whizz spent several years developing its flagship product and launched the first Club Whizz model in 2012.  Thanks to the enormous success of an initial TV campaign throughout Australia, which is one of the world’s strongest push cart markets, Club Whizz has since launched in several other major markets around the world. The Club Whizz website is

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