Golf Review Site Announces Offer After Garrigus Breaks 54 Hole Arnold Palmer Scoring Record at Canadian Open

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After American golfer Robert Garrigus broke the 54 hole scoring record, held by Arnold Palmer, at the third round of the Canadian Open, GolfSportsInfo announced a new offer for players to improve their own golf swing.

Golf Fuel

Golf Fuel

After Garrigus broke the more than 50 year old Palmer record, GolfSportsInfo announced their new informational offer on improving golf swings for golfers inspired by his performance and looking to improve their own game.

After the third round of the Canadian Open included a record breaking performance from American player Robert Garrigus, Golf Sports Info announced a new offer for inspired golfers to improve their own golf swing and game. The Canadian Open event held over the weekend featured Garrigus’s record breaking performance where he broke the 54-hole scoring record that was first set by Arnold Palmer. After Garrigus broke the more than 50 year old Palmer record, GolfSportsInfo announced their new informational offer on improving golf swings for golfers inspired by his performance and looking to improve their own game.

The golf sports review site’s new effort is focused on helping golfers understand the positive impact that certain all natural supplements, combined with new swing techniques can have on a golfer’s game. The site hopes to show golfers at all levels, who tuned in to see Garrigus’s record breaking Canadian Open performance, get insight on all natural golf supplements and how they can help any golfers with their own game, and make positive changes to improve their game in the same fashion that Garrigus has.

The new Canadian Open inspired offer will include new free reviews and informational reports for golfers and is being launched on the golfsportsinfo.com, website. The promotion is designed for those who are interested in improving their golf game with all supplements such as the Golf Fuel natural supplement, a vitamin designed to help golfers improve their power, balance and focus. The offer also features videos and free reports aimed to help those inspired by the record breaking Canadian Open get professional insight into naturally improving their golf game.

Golfers interested in receiving this free informational report on golf supplements, golf swing improvements and their effectiveness can visit golfsportsinfo.com for more on the new offer.

For more information on the new golf report, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/.

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