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Nigeria makes it Country No 19 for PlaneSWING® via Golf Live!

1.41am 8th June 2012 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Friday, June 8th, 2012

PlaneSWING Managing Director Tony Clark had not figured on cracking Nigeria via London Golf Club, but that’s exactly what happened when PlaneSWING was spotted at Golf Live, Europe’s premier consumer golf event, and an enquiry found its way to PlaneSWING’s South African distributor.

Clark commented: “Apparently an individual experienced PlaneSWING and was so impressed he made a point of looking for a distributor in Africa. In fact we demonstrated PlaneSWING to people from Canada, Europe and Asia as well as Africa.

“PlaneSWING is now used by PGA Professionals and golfers in 19 countries across four continents.”

PlaneSWING is a kinaesthetic teaching, training and golf fitness system that delivers rapid and sustained improvement in the golf swing and ball striking.

The Company’s stand at Golf Live was busy throughout the three days. Golf Live’s Operations Manager, Danny Wyrwoll, observed: “Every time I looked over at the PlaneSWING stand it was busy with a line of people waiting to experience it. It was one of the busiest interactive stands at Golf Live.”

Whether a Teaching Professional, Tour Player or recreational golfer, PlaneSWING delivers on its commitment to help create a powerful and repeatable motion with a money back guarantee.



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