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First Ever Virtual Golf Performance Summit to Take Place Online May 18th-19th

4.58pm 14th March 2014 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Virtual Golf speakersThe first ever Virtual Golf Performance Summit (VGPS) will be taking place Sunday, May 18 and Monday, May 19 through the use of an online exhibition hall. The event will host industry experts as they discuss subjects related to modern and science-based golf performance. The event will be open to all golf professionals and amateurs alike with “e-tickets” ranging from $299 to $399.

The two-day event will span from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM EDT each day and currently has presentations scheduled from over 15 different industry speakers. Key topics include swing-efficiency, biomechanics, technology, golf-training, and the science based approaches to improving the “mental game.” Between presentations, attendees will also be able to interact with event sponsors and speakers through the use of virtual exhibition booths and chat lounges.

Scheduled speakers include Lynn Marriott & Pia Nilsson (VISION54), Dr. Debbie Crews (LPGA Master Instructor & Mental Game Guru), Chuck Cook (Top 50/100 Instructor & Coach of 7 Major Championship Winners), Claude Harmon III (Top 100 Instructor), Dr. Joe Dispenza (Neuroscientist), Craig Davies (Movement/Conditioning Coach for Top Tour Pros), Lance Gill (Head Trainer at Titleist Performance Institute), Jason Glass (Strength/Conditioning Specialist & TPI TV Show Host), and Stan Utley (Top 10 Instructor, PGA Tour Winner, & Putting Guru) among other notables.

For a full list of speakers and topics, please follow the link below:

http://virtualgolfsummit.com/speakers.php

Registration for the VGPS can be found here:

http://virtualgolfsummit.com/siteUserRegistration.php?UserType=3

 

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