All the MLB front office operations people really loved the PutterWheel.
Allendale, NJ (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
PutterWheel, the new putting training system that aids in alignment, setup and stroke feedback has just been named a finalist for the ASI Shark Tank Best New Product of the Year. One of four finalists, PutterWheel will be interviewed by Sharks Kevin O’Leary and Barbara Corcoran. “We are thrilled to have been named a finalist and look forward to the ASI conference, and meeting the Sharks,” says Sang Kim, CEO of PutterWheel, “PutterWheel has received great feedback as both a best selling putting aid and as the perfect promotional custom logoed gift for corporate customers.”
Like the original wheel, the PutterWheel is simple and elegant in its form and function. Shaped like a wheel, but with the feel, weight and diameter of a golf ball, the PutterWheel helps a golfer 1. Line up the putt, 2. Get their eyes directly over the ball, and 3. Provides immediate feedback by wobbling if not struck square to the target. The PutterWheel system also includes an alignment tool that draws 2 lines on your game ball to visualize the line and rolling of the wheel on your game ball.
The PutterWheel is the perfect corporate giveaway. The two flat sides of the PutterWheel can be completely customized with company logos. Clients love the uniqueness and branding and unlike logo’d golf balls, clients will not likely lose it in the woods. Jay B. Lee, Senior Vice President at Bloomberg Sports said, “We selected PutterWheel as our premium for the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings because of the portable size, great gift-ability, and of course, the uniqueness-factor! All the MLB front office operations people really loved the PutterWheel. In fact, some teams that we didn’t even schedule knocked on our doors. Aside from our great Bloomberg Sports products, we think it was the Bloomberg Sport’s logo’d PutterWheels they saw other colleagues show off, as the most unique swag of the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings.”
For more information or to order custom logo’d PutterWheels, visit http://www.putterwheel.com.