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Putting Guru & GEL Golf designer to appear at London Golf Show

7.56am 22nd April 2009 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Dr Paul Hurrion, putting coach to a number of top European Tour and Ryder Cup stars and designer of the GEL Paul Hurrion Signature Range of Putters, is to give a putting clinic on Friday, May 1, at this year’s London Golf Show which takes place from May 1-3 at ExCel in London’s Docklands.

Hurrion, whose clients include three-time major winner Padraig Harrington and the precociously-talented Rory McIlroy, uses a biomechanical approach to putting that has seen him become one of the most respected coaches in the world of golf. Visitors to this year’s London Golf Show will be given a rare insight into the putting methods that Hurrion has developed following over 10 years’ research into the theory of sports biomechanics and now passes on to his star clients.

Hurrion is attending the Show on behalf of GEL Golf, manufacturers of GEL Groove Putters, and Assay Golf, the distributor of GEL Putters in the UK.

In partnership with GEL, Paul has designed a range of putters that combines his expertise in biomechanics with GEL Golf’s unique horizontal groove technology. The result, the GEL Paul Hurrion Signature Range, is a range of putters that produce greater grip with the golf ball at the moment of impact, therefore enhancing a putter’s ability to produce the desired topspin roll on the ball.

“Paul’s illustrious client list is testament to the esteem in which he is held in golf so his appearance at the London Golf Show is a fantastic opportunity for golfers to glean some insider putting putts tips normally reserved for the stars of the game,” commented Clive Wood, managing director of Assay Golf.

GEL Golf will be exhibiting at Stand E20 at the London Golf Show where they will be showcasing the GEL Paul Hurrion Signature Range and the original GEL Range of Putters.

GEL Golf
London Golf Show

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