(PRWEB) September 15, 2014
Glen Abbey Golf Club would like to announce that they have partnered with Scot.W.R. Nei and Lori Heller of RoboGolfPro to make the RoboGolfPro robotic swing technology part of their world famous teaching academy. The Glen Abbey Golf Club welcomes the public golfer and ClubLink Members alike and has been a grand stage for golf history since opening more than 30 years ago. The world-famous property is also home to the Academies of ClubLink, the headquarters of Golf Canada, the Canadian Golf Museum and Hall of Fame, and the TaylorMade Performance Lab. The Glen Abbey Golf Club will also host the 2015 Canadian Open.
When - Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm -Please RSVP to Book a Demo time
Who - Scot Nei, Developer of RoboGolfPro and C.E.O and Lori Heller, Heller Productions, Director of Business Development
Why - Formal announcement and free trials for media - To give golf journalists and local media the chance to try the technology.
Where - Glen Abbey Academy, Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville, Ontario
MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES: Speakers will be available for media interviews after the presentation.
Introducing RoboGolfPro at the Glen Abbey Golf Academy
If you’ve ever found yourself feeling frustrated by your golf game, an amazing robotic tool is now available to teach you how to swing like a pro. Glen Abbey Golf Academy is the first home for the RoboGolfPro in Canada and Lori Heller of Heller Productions plans to partner with golf courses across the country to make it more widely available.
Renowned golf instructor, Scott Nei, helped develop RoboGolfPro and make it the wonder it is today. Nei, who owns a large golf teaching group called Tour Bound Golf Academy, came across the inventor at a PGA show and used his expertise to make it a highly effective golf training tool that teaches people how a proper swing really feels. Because the machine relies on the use of muscle memory, you can see immediate improvements in your golf swing. The more time you spend using the RoboGolfPro, the more likely you will be to retain the movements to produce noticeably better results. Says Nei about the robot, “I’ve been teaching the proper golf swing for over 22 years and what used to take years to develop now takes only months.”
Heller arranged to have the 840 pound robot placed in a building she had constructed at Glen Abbey Golf Club. Now club members and the public can book lessons on the RoboGolfPro all year long.
Scot W.R. Nei entered the golf profession in 1989 and is acknowledged by pros and amateurs alike as one of the top teachers in the world. Scot has built his reputation by helping golfers of all skill levels improve their technique, strategy, and lower their scores. He has helped golf’s best players build consistent, repeatable swings, confident mental attitudes, imaginative reliable short games, and a better understanding of how to manage their games once they step off the practice range and onto the course. This experience has lead Scot to develop the best robotic golf trainer in the world
RoboGolfPro, the North American distributor of the Robotic Swing Arm. The RoboGolfPro technology has transformed the speed that it takes to feel the perfect swing and retain muscle memory. CEO and Instructor Scot W.R.Nei has worked with top software developers and a world famous robotics team to build the ultimate teaching tool. The RoboGolfPro plays an important role in helping golf instructors work with beginners, and seasoned golf players feel their perfect swing. RoboGolfPro is sold to Golf Courses, Teaching Academies and Private Homes. Since 2012, RoboGolfPro has installed RoboGolfPro Robotic Swing Trainers across North America. For more information on RoboGolfPro, please call Lori Heller 416- 481-8333 or visit http://www.RoboGolfPro.com.