Chipping and putting may not be as glamorous as the 300 yard bomb, but they are essential to playing great golf
Monroeville, PA (PRWEB) March 08, 2012
All golfers attending the Pittsburgh Golf Show should bring their favorite putter and sand wedge and try their best shot at winning the inaugural Putt & Chip Contest. The contest will be played on and will feature brand new products Tailgate Golf and Putter Around The House. Tailgate Golf, a golf hybrid of cornhole and ladderball, and Putter Around The House, a 3 in 1 golf putting game combining shuffleboard and bocce with golf, are great golf training aids cleverly disguised as fun games.
The contest winner will receive their choice of a Scotty Cameron putter or a $300 credit at Golf Galaxy. Second and Third Place winners will get a Vokey wedge or a $120 credit at Golf Galaxy. The contest will begin when the Pittsburgh Golf Show opens to the public on Friday afternoon and will run throughout the weekend. In addition to the top prizes, golfers can compete to win their choice of Tailgate Golf or Putter Around The House. There will be multiple winners throughout the show and many prizes to win.
With an entry into the contest, each golfer will get 6 shots, 3 chips and 3 putts. The point levels are similar to their respective games, and the person who accumulates the most points by the close of the show wins. The host of the contest will provide a $5.00 coupon towards a purchase of Tailgate Golf or Putter Around The House for great savings during the Pittsburgh Golf Show.
“Chipping and putting may not be as glamorous as the 300 yard bomb, but they are essential to playing great golf,” explains Neil Montgomery, Washington, PA native and Product Developer of both products. “We are excited to see how well Pittsburghers do at the Putt & Chip Contest and have them see first hand how these products will improve their golf game.”
About Tailgate Golf and Putter Around The House:
Tailgate Golf and Putter Around The House are golf training aids designed around popular games so golfers can have fun improving their chipping and putting skills and make them better golfers.