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PlaneSWING is Exclusive Golf Training System at The Celebrity Cup

3.06pm 4th July 2014 - Corporate

PlaneSwing websitePlaneSWING, the kinaesthetic golf training system now used in over 50 countries, will be the exclusive golf training system at the Celebrity “Warm Up Station” at The Celebrity Cup at the Celtic Manor Resort, Wales.

This annual 3 day team event comprising celebrity teams from Wales, England, Ireland and Scotland begins today (Friday 4th July) with an estimated 20,000 golfing spectators expected.

PlaneSWING Director Tony Clark said: “This is a unique event attracting golfers from all over the United Kingdom. It’s an excellent show case for PlaneSWING and a great opportunity for golfers to experience the instant and dramatic effect that PlaneSWING has on a golfer’s ball striking and swing understanding. Plus it’s fun for us!”

Sponsorship & Commercial Manager Nigel Murphy commented: “We’re delighted to welcome PlaneSWING back to Celtic Manor for the Celebrity Cup. It fits perfectly with our goal to grow the game by providing a unique fun event and interaction with spectators and the 24 celebrities. Whilst the celebrities enjoy this event like no other it’s fair to say that the competitive edge and national pride it very evident! Be prepared for a great contest.”

Celebrities at this year’s event include Ronan Keating, Rob Brydon, Gavin Hastings and Bradley Walsh.

The Celebrity Cup



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