The golf sports news site is aiming the new video offer at amateur golfers excited for the final tournament of the year, who want to improve their own golf game much like the many professional players who will be participating in this tournament.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
With the final PGA Tournament teeing off this week, GolfSportsInfo announced their own major golf tip video series inspired to help PGA golf fans improve their own golf game. The new video series was announced in honor of the Kiawah Island tournament, although this is the first time the tournament is being held on the Kiawah Island golf course, it will be the final major PGA tournament of the year. The golf sports news site is aiming the new video offer at amateur golfers excited for the final tournament of the year, who want to improve their own golf game much like the many professional players who will be participating in this tournament.
The PGA tournament will feature big name players like Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson, who will gather to the Ocean Course on the Kiawah Island right off the coast of South Carolina in what is expected to be one of the biggest tournaments of the year. The new video series launched by golfsportsinfo.com in honor of the tournament provides an array of golfing tips and insight designed to help amateur golfers improve their game, even if their skills aren’t at a professional level. The golfing information site hopes that many recreational golfers will be inspired by this final major tournament will turn to the video series to work on their swing in the off season.
The new PGA Tour inspired offer features game and swing tips for golfers at all skill levels, information on improving focus and stability and reviews on all natural golfing supplements. The new promotional offer is being announced along with the company’s new free informational golf tips newsletter that is also being offered through the company website. The new offer is being launched on the golfsportsinfo.com website and will be available for a limited time in honor of the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island PGA major tournament.
For more information on the new golf report, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/.