Golf Review Site Announces Free Golf Tips Video Inspired by Michael Phelps 153 Putt at Alfred Dunhill Links

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After Olympic swimming gold medalist and amateur golfer, Michael Phelps hit a 153 putt at Dunhill Links over the weekend, those at http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/ announced a new instructional golf tips video designed to help amateur golfers improve their own game.

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As many golfers and fans of the sport turned their attention to Phelps and his foray into golf, the company hopes that more golfers will start making the improvements they need to in order to find success.

After Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps hit a record-breaking 153 foot putt the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship over the weekend, Golf Sports News announced a new video offer for inspired golfers to improve their own golf game. The former Olympian has recently announced that golf will be his new focus during his retirement and has recently began appearing in golf tournaments at is set to make several appearances on the Golf Channel in an attempt to improve his game. After Phelps made the put on Friday during the tournament, which broke the record for longest televised putt in golf history by 54 feet, many fans of the athlete were inspired by the success he has already shown in improving his golf game.

The wildly publicized putt from Michael Phelps has inspired the new golfing video offer from http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/go/report in an attempt to get other amateurs, like Phelps, to work on their own golf game. Golf Sports Info is announcing a new set of golf tip videos, created specifically to help golfer’s make minor changes to their putting style so they can find more success while playing. As many golfers and fans of the sport turned their attention to Phelps and his foray into golf, the company hopes that more golfers will start making the improvements they need to in order to find success.

The videos will offer tips used by the pros that can help anyone overcome issues and improve their golfing game. The announcement of the new videos will also include free reviews and informational reports for golfers that can help any golfer at any level improve their play. The new offer, inspired by Phelps‘ play at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship is being launched on golfsportsinfo.com and is now available to the public for free.

For more information on the new golf video offer and for more golf related news, visit http://www.golfsportsinfo.com/.

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