Golfer Tips Launches Free Book to Align With Massive U.S. Open Debut

After the U.S. Open made one of its biggest opening rounds in tournament history, golfing company, Golfer Tips, launched a new ebook designed to help tournament fans improve their own golf game.

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The U.S. Open debuted this week with one of the biggest openings in the history of the golf tournament, sparking a new offer from Golfer Tips designed to help golf fans improve their golf game.

Houston, TX. (PRWEB) June 19, 2012

The U.S. Open debuted this week with one of the biggest openings in the history of the golf tournament, sparking a new free ebook from Golfer Tips designed to help golf fans improve their golf game. When the first round of the 112th annual celebration of the tournament began Thursday, more fans than ever tuned in, thanks to one of the most anticipated groupings in U.S. Open history. The U.S. Open had three of the biggest names in the tournament; Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson, paired together in the first round.

The pairing garnered more interest in the tournament than ever and sparked Golfer Tip’s new report, which the company hopes will get U.S. Open fans, interested in improving their own game, get the expert advice they want. The new report, titled “How to Become a Better Golfer in 30 Days” was created to help U.S. Open golf fans and players of all skill levels improve their golf game. The book uses simple and powerful golf tips that professional golfers like Tiger Woods, Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson use to improve their game. The report features general golf tips, information on golf grip and the company’s signature instructional tips for correcting a slice.

The comprehensive guide launched with the start of the U.S. Open and will be available for a limited time on the company website. Users interested in receiving the free report can sign up to receive the offer on the company website.

For more information on the new golf report, visit http://golfertips.com.au/ebook/.