Best "Last Minute" Christmas Golf Gifts for 2004

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Last minute Christmas gift ideas for the golfer? Fred Couples says DivotMat makes a terrific holiday gift.

If your clubface is open or you're coming across, DivotMat gives you a path. It has a mark that shows how you hit into the ball. DivotMat is a great product and I think it would make a terrific holiday gift.

Here's a product endorsed by the top instructor in the country as well as one of the most popular PGA professionals. It's easy-to-use, it can be used anywhere--even in the cold winter months--and it won't dent your pocketbook.

Fred Couples, 1992 Masters Champion, explains the product: "If your clubface is open or you're coming across, DivotMat gives you a path. It has a mark that shows how you hit into the ball. DivotMat is a great product and I think it would make a terrific holiday gift."

This mark, called a "DivotMark", provides accurate feedback by showing the exact position and direction of the clubhead relative to a target image of a golf ball on specially printed paper.

DivotMat claims to make the golfer a better ballstriker and lower their score and backs it up with a 30-day guarantee return policy.

Like a fingerprint, the DivotMat identifies your swing's characteristics. Hitting it fat? DivotMat shows you. Thin? DivotMat shows you. Slicing, hooking or a bad stance? Yep, you guessed it, DivotMat shows you.

Laird Small, Director of the Pebble Beach Golf Acadamey and 2003 PGA Instructor of the Year, helped to develop the product and is actively working with other PGA instructors across the country to include it into their lesson plans.

To purchase DivotMat, which runs $59.95 and includes a holiday special of a free refill of paper call DivotMat at 1-888-94-DIVOT or order online at http://www.divotmat.com. Also, ask them about their new product, the DivotMat/DivotPad Combo with a holiday sale price of just $89.95.

Order now and give your golfer something they'll actually want -- a lower score!

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