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WGS launch TopPutt to the Leisure Industry

12.00pm 7th September 2006 - Corporate

World Golf Systems will be exhibiting TopPutt at the Leisure Industry Week (LIW) Show which is being held at the NEC in Birmingham from Tuesday 26th until Thursday 28th September.
TopPutt is a natural progression from the company’s TopGolf system which has revolutionised golf driving ranges. In just a few years the TopGolf concept has captured the public imagination to such an extent it has expanded to the USA and the Far East.
Now the company has broken the mould again with TopPutt, a putting system utilising similar technology, which is being launched at the LIW Show and at Center Parcs.
TopPutt is fast, fun, interactive and an addictive indoor putting game, consisting of 10 balls per game. The objective is to score a maximum of 700 points by hitting as many numbered and brightly coloured holes as possible within a carefully-designed artificial putting green utilising state-of-the-art technology.
It is both compelling and competitive, with the on-screen information guiding each player on how to achieve the highest possible score and bonus points. TopPutt adds an additional ‘pressure putt’ on the final ball by hitting a strategically placed prize hole – and a number of exciting prizes will be on offer each day at the LIW Show with a £5,000 donation to the charity of the player’s choice for the first person to get the maximum 700 points.
Sales development manager for World Golf Systems, Gary Smith, explained, “The LIW Show is an ideal vehicle for us to demonstrate TopPutt to the leisure industry. TopPutt will be launched at two Center Parcs Villages before the end of the year and our production facilities are at full stretch to meet the demand from other exciting leisure destinations.”
TopPutt www.topputt.com

       

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