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PGA Pro Invests in Coaching Business with PlaneSWING

12.07am 11th November 2013 - Corporate - This story was updated on Sunday, November 10th, 2013

Stewart Davies at Cotswolds Club
Stewart Davies at Cotswolds Club

Stewart Davies, Head PGA Professional at Cotswolds Club, Chipping Norton (formerly Chipping Norton GC) has invested in PlaneSWING®, the world’s #1 kinaesthetic swing trainer now used by PGA pros and golfers in over 40 countries, after seeing it at The Golf Trade Show in Harrogate, Europe’s #1 golf industry show.

Davies explained: “I see my investment in PlaneSWING as a commitment to my coaching business, my assistant, the members and the Club. Our owner Kumarjit Wijesuriya is a successful entrepreneur with a professional sports background and he has very clearly defined goals for where he wants to see the Club in years to come. I believe that as a key member of the team it’s incumbent upon me to do my part and deliver the very best in our coaching and retail experience.”

Tony Clark, PlaneSWING’s Managing Director commented: “PlaneSWING products are designed to aid a PGA Pro’s retail and coaching business through the achievement of outstanding results with students. Cotswolds Club Chipping Norton is a forward thinking business with exciting expansion plans. From my visit it was immediately apparent that the customer is king.”

Davies added: “PlaneSWING was not only very affordable it generated immediate interest and we’ve already booked additional lessons. I can certainly see my clients wanting a PlaneSWING at home!”

PlaneSWING can be contacted direct at 01604 830880 or 07870 562777 or via email at

PlaneSWING at

Cotswolds Club Chipping Norton

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