The news on Woods’ seemingly optimistic run towards the 2016 Olympic Games had many golf fans excited and sparked the new Olympics inspired video golf tip offer from GolfSportsInfo.com.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) August 04, 2012
After golf legend Tiger Woods opened about about potentially participating in the 2016 Olympic games when golf returns as a sport, GolfSportsInfo announced their own major golf tip video series aimed to help golfers improve their game at any age. The new videos came after Woods revealed that although he will be 40 when golf returns to the Olympics in 2016 he would love to represent the United States in the Rio games. Woods revealed this information in a press conference this week, where reporters who have the 2012 London Olympics on the brain, asked Woods if he would be part of the American delegation in 2016.
The professional golfer revealed that if he qualified, it would be ‘great’ to participate in the Olympics, although he did note that the 2016 Olympics will interfere with several large professional golfing tournaments. The news on Woods’ seemingly optimistic run towards the 2016 Olympic Games had many golf fans excited and sparked the new Olympics inspired video golf tip offer from GolfSportsInfo.com. The new video series provides an array of golfing tips and insight designed to help golfers at any age improve their game. The golfing company hopes that many golfers will be inspired by Woods’ enthusiasm for the Olympics, despite the fact that he will be 40 if he competes, and turn to the video series which is aimed to help even aging golfers improve their game.
The Olympics inspired offer features game and swing tips for golfers at all skill levels and is being announced in accordance with the company’s new informational golf newsletter. The new offer is being launched on the golfsportsinfo.com website and will be available for a limited time in honor of the current Olympics and the news of Woods’ potential participation in what will be the first golf appearance in Olympic Games in more than 100 years. The promotion is designed for those who are interested in improving their overall golf game and for perfecting their current swing and has launched on the company website.
For more information on the new golf report, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/.