Golf Fuel Vitamin Supplement Announces After Surprising First Round in Greenbrier Classic Tournament

After the first day of the Greenbrier Classic came to a close, golf fans from all over the world were shocked to find that Tiger Woods misses the cut in the Greenbrier Classic, causing GolfSportsInfo.com to launch a new offer for golfers and fans.

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The site hopes to show golfers, who tuned in to see Woods and the Greenbrier cut, get insight on all-natural golf supplements and how they can help individuals with their own game.

Austin, TX. (PRWEB) July 08, 2012

After the Greenbrier Classic finished off the Friday round of play, and Tiger Woods shockingly missed the cut, Golf Fuel Vitamin Supplement announced a new offer for inspired golfers to improve their own golf game. The Greenbrier Classic event was only the ninth time that Woods ever missed the cut in a PGA Tour event, and was a history-making event in professional golf. Woods, who missed the cut by a stroke on Friday, drew in huge viewer numbers as many tuned in to see if Woods would make the cut.

As many golfers turned their attention to Woods’ and his Greenbrier Classic run, the supplement Golf Fuel Vitamins launched a new effort to help golfer’s understand the positive impact that certain supplements can have on a golfer’s game. The site hopes to show golfers, who tuned in to see Woods and the Greenbrier cut, get insight on all natural golf supplements and how they can help individuals with their own game, and make many of the changes Woods needed to make in order to avoid the cut in the tournament.

The announcement will include new free reviews and informational reports for golfers and is being launched on golfsportsinfo.com, for those who are interested in improving their golf game with a supplement. The supplements reviewed with the program will help golfers be more focused and improve their balance, power and hand-eye coordination when playing golf. The company hopes that golf fans and players, inspired by the unpredictable Greenbrier Classic tournament, will look into their all natural approach to improving their game.

Users interested in receiving this free information on golf supplements and their effectiveness can visit golfsportsinfo.com for more on the product and the new informational offer.

For more information on the new golf report, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/.