Houston, TX. (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
After Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps announced he would be taking lessons on improving his golf game on The Golf Channel’s “The Haney Project” GolfSportsInfo.com announced a new video offer for amateurs looking for their own lessons. The new video series is inspired by the recent acts of Phelps who will not only be appearing on the show’s upcoming season to get professional golf lessons, but has announced that he will be taking time to improve his own golf game as he retires from swimming. After Phelps’ revelation about taking on golf, the golfing website announced their new video series offer aimed to help other amateur golfers, inspired by Phelps, get professional insight into improving their own golf game.
When Phelps made his announcement, following the ending of the 2012 London Olympic Games, many were surprised to find that he would immediately be transitioning into playing golf, both on his own time and through his new Golf Channel reality show appearance. The swimmer made the announcement after stating he would be retiring from his Olympic sport of swimming. GolfSportsInfo hopes that the latest announcement from such a high profile amateur, looking to improve their professional game, will inspire more who play golf in their retirement or for recreational purposes to take the initiative to improve their own golfing skills through the company’s new video series.
The new video series on golfing tips will also be released alongside new free reviews and informational reports on golfing, golf swings and even golf vitamins, as to encourage more recreational golfers, like Phelps to improve their game. With big name athletes like Phelps admitting that they need help in improving their own game as they focus their retirement on playing golf, GolfSportsInfo hopes others will make the initiative to do so as well.
Golfers interested in receiving this free informational video series and the impact these professional lessons can have on a golfer’s game, can visit golfsportsinfo.com for more on the videos and on the new informational offer.
For more information on the new golf report, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/.