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TrueStrike’s a Show Hit

4.25pm 12th February 2010 - Corporate - This story was updated on Thursday, March 14th, 2013

TrueStrike MK7 was launched and fantastically received at both the PGA show in Orlando last month and the Golf Industry Show in San Diego this week.  The unique ‘grass’ surface with its gel filled ‘cushion’ is popular with golfers. The better the golfer the more they like TruueStrike

The TrueStrike MK7 Single, MK7 Double and MK7 Academy have been configured to provide golf facilities with the ideal testing, practice and teaching experience for their customers.

The TrueStrike MK7 Range are modular units made up of TrueStrike components. This means that the customer can build their own TrueStrike according to their own personal configuration requirements.

“Watch the video on our website to see the real benefits of hitting off a TrueStrike,” says Philip Sear, CEO, TrueStrike. “TrueStrike golf mats are the latest advancement in golf mat performance. They are revolutionizing golfers playing experience at driving ranges and golf courses by replacing unrealistic, hard synthetic grass golf mats with a realistic representation of a fairway.

“TrueStrike’s fairway forgiveness™ effect helps improve practice experience in the commercial golf practice range and at home by realistically and accurately replicating shots from the fairway. Everyone loves the realism the fairway-effect produces. By using TrueStrike golf practice mats they get real benefits previously unobtainable from golf practice. Everyone wants to practice more often and for longer with TrueStrike.”

TrueStrike www.truestrike.comWith an announcement about American distribution expected shortly, the hard work and perseverance that Philip Sear has demonstrated over the past six years is paying off. Several major US companies want to take on TrueStrike, which has already secured Direct Golf as one of its UK distributors.

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