Golf Review Site Announces New Golf Swing Offer in Light of Debut of WGC Bridgestone Invitational

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With the Akron, Ohio based WGC Bridgestone Invitational coming this week Golf Review Site, golfsportsinfo.com announced a new free review and offer for golfers looking to improve their golf swing.

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The tournament, which is known as being a favorite for seven-time winner Tiger Woods, has inspired a new golf swing offer from golfsportsinfo.com, to help golfer’s improve their golf game.

With the PGA event, the WGC Bridgestone Invitational set for this week, Golf Sports Info announced a new offer and review on golf swing form to help golfers improve their swing. The PGA tournament will be one of the primary events leading to the final PGA major and is known for being essential for players looking to win their first World Golf Championship, making it an important event for golfers and fans. The tournament, which is known as being a favorite for seven-time winner Tiger Woods, has inspired a new golf swing offer from golfsportsinfo.com, to help golfer’s improve their golf game.

The golf review site’s new effort is focused on helping golfers learn new ways to improve their swing, and to get more distance on their swing so they can take on courses like the 7,400 yard course at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. The focus of the new promotion will be increasing distance on golf swings as the tree-lined course has the longest par 70 layout on the current PGA Tour. The promotion features an intensive review intended to show golfers at all levels new ways to improve their swing through proven techniques and things like all natural supplements.

The offer inspired by the upcoming WGC Bridgestone Invitational will include new free reviews, a golf swing based newsletter and informational reports for golfers at all skill levels. The new offer is being launched on the golfsportsinfo.com, website and will be available for a limited time in honor of the upcoming WGC Bridgestone Invitational tournament. The promotion is designed for those who are interested in improving their overall golf game and for perfecting their current golf swing.

Golfers interested in receiving this free informational report, newsletters and guides to golf swings and golf supplements, 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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