The golf sports news site is aiming the new video offer at amateur golfers who saw the improvement that Jim Furyk made to his game for this tournament and who want to take the time to make their own improvements to improve their personal performances.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) September 23, 2012
With the final PGA tournament before the Ryder Cup teeing off this week, and with Ryder Cup team member Jim Furyk delivering an impressive first round performance http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/ 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 after Furyk, the only American Ryder Cup team member without a win over the past year, delivered an impressive first round performance that left him with a lead at the end of the first day of play. The golf sports news site is aiming the new video offer at amateur golfers who saw the improvement that Jim Furyk made to his game for this tournament and who want to take the time to make their own improvements to improve their personal performances.
The successful play of Jim Furyk in the first round will have the golfer in position for a win at the Tour Championship, after he has been under fire for being selected on the Ryder Cup team without winning a single tournament this year. The golfer has been open about working to improve his game, and make the changes necessary to perform at the highly anticipated Ryder Cup tournament which will follow the current Tour Championship round of play in Atlanta. The new video series launched by http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/ inspired by the tournament and by Jim Furyk’s play, provides an array of golfing tips and insight designed to help amateur golfers improve their game. The golfing information site hopes that many recreational golfers will be inspired by this major tournament and by the play of Jim Furyk will turn to the video series to work on their swing and their game as well.
The new offer is being launched on the golfsportsinfo.com, website and will be available for a limited time in honor of the current Tour Championship tournament and for the upcoming Ryder Cup tournament challenge.
For more information on the new golf report, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/go/report.