After the official call was made to stop play in the Women’s British Open, the golf sports news site announced their new video series specifically for amateur golfers who want to learn to improve their game.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) September 15, 2012
After wind and weather issues halted play during the Women’s British Open on Friday, http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/ announced their own major golf tip video series inspired to help those playing in all types of difficult conditions improve their swing and stay focused on their game. The new video series was announced after play in the Women’s British Open, the final major of the year for women’s golfers, was actually stopped mid play. Most golfers taking part in the tournament stated these were the worse weather conditions they had ever played in, and that adapting their style of play to adhere to the heavy winds was a huge challenge.
After the official call was made to stop play in the Women’s British Open, the golf sports news site announced their new video series specifically for amateur golfers who want to learn to improve their game so they can handle weather issues such as those that plagued this British Open tournament. The new video series launched by Golf Sports Info in honor of the tournament provides an array of golfing tips and insight designed to help golfers improve their game and their swing. The company will also be announcing new reviews on golfing supplements that can help golfers stay more focused while they play. The company hopes that many who saw the focus and skill it took the ladies of the Women’s British Open to play in these difficult weather conditions, will be inspired to learn ways to handle similar issues as they play golf.
The new PGA Tour inspired offer features game and swing tips for golfers at all skill levels, information on improving focus and stability and more. The new offer is being launched on the http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/ website and will be available for a limited time in honor of the current Women’s British Open tournament.
For more information on the new golf report, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/.