Masters Visual Aid Is Available To All

April 12th, 2019

The Zen Green Stage has a starring role during Sky Sports Golf’s coverage of 2019’s first men’s Major tournament this week. Staff at Sheffield-based Zen Golf have worked closely with Sky Sports to help develop striking new on-screen graphics, which are designed specifically to analyse putting at this year’s Majors.

When the action cuts back to the studio, Sky Sports Golf presenters on both sides of the Atlantic have the adjustable Zen Green Stage available to help highlight the challenges facing this week’s competitors on the world’s most demanding greens.

To coincide with the tournament, Zen has introduced a 5% price reduction on all Green Stages ordered on or before 30th April 2019, in advance of a price rise in May 2019.

Geoff Russell, Publisher



Ping pays tribute to former UK GM Glen Batkin

Ping pays tribute to former UK GM Glen Batkin

People     9:00 am, June 23, 2019

Ping has paid tribute to Glen Batkin, the general manager of Karsten UK (now Ping Europe) from 1976 until his retirement in 1995, following his death at the age of 82. A statement released by Ping, which paid tribute to his 20 years of service, said: “In its formative years, Ping’s business was based in […]

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