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Golf Fitness & Wellness Feature at 2015 PGA Merchandise Show

8.28am 19th January 2015 - Exhibitions & Conferences

TPI web pageThe popular Titleist Performance Institute’s FIT to W.I.N. (wellness-instruction-nutrition) pavilion is returning to the PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 21-23, 2015, in Orlando, Fla., and will feature exhibits and presentations by golf and sports performance leaders.

The FIT to W.I.N. pavilion features more than 60 vendors promoting the health benefits of golf and products that aid in increasing performance. The FIT to W.I.N. Stage will feature a full schedule of live presentations from respected industry professionals such as TPI founder Greg Rose, Bhrett McCable on sports performance psychology, Randy Meyers and Jason Glass on exercise and Tom Lafountain on common golf injuries.

“The FIT to W.I.N. Pavilion showcases some of the brightest minds in various disciplines of the sciences involved in health, fitness, instruction and technology as they relate to the golf swing and maximizing performance on the golf course,” notes Dave Phillips, PGA Professional and co-founder of the Titleist Performance Institute in Oceanside, California. “Knowledge is power, and these leaders in their various fields will be sharing their research and knowledge with everyone in attendance.”

The FIT to W.I.N. pavilion, located near the PGA Show Indoor Demo Days at the Equipment Test Center, is one of several interactive PGA Show Floor destinations among exciting exhibits by more than 1,000 top golf companies and brands at the PGA Merchandise Show in the Orange County Convention Center.

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