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Swingtech Drives into Schools

Swingtech Mobile Golf Academy has launched a national initiative to get young kids off the streets out of the car parks and onto the golf courses.

Swingtech Mobile Golf Academy brings the golf course to the school and local community enabling young people to try the game in a welcoming fun environment Golf which is usually a costly and elitist sport will be offered to young kids for free giving expert tuition on the basics and etiquette of the game an opportunity which otherwise may not arise for the youths.

With golfing heroes such as Tiger Woods and Nick Dougherty beginning their golfing careers from as young as years of age Swingtech would be delighted to inspire such proteges through the Mobile Golf Academy.

Partnering with the Golf Foundation and Local Authority Sports Development Officers Swingtech has established a network for schools and Local Authorities to offer group coaching from the Professional Golfers Association Swingtech aim to give all youths from various social circumstances the opportunity to learn about golf the game that encourages fresh air open spaces and applied concentration Advice as to where they can continue learning the game can also be given to enthusiastic golfing juniors.

A state of the art computer and video analysis of the player's swing and resulting shot will enable youths to compare their golfing ability against top tour professionals such as Nick Price Brad Faxen and David Frost. The technology of the system promotes a Jurassic Park interest holding the attention span of young youths whilst enabling them to correct their swing and seek advice on elements affecting their game

The website www.golfgb.com was created and remains a means of fundraising to support the Mobile Golf Academy for Schools The site offers discounts on golfing holidays and useful links to recommended trade and business contacts. As well as Golf Clubs submitting updates and information on all promotions free of charge site visitors are able to print off two for one vouchers valid on over 600 golf courses throughout the country.

By the year 2004 Swingtech aim to establish several regional facilities to reach more young people with the Mobile Golf Academy on a regular basis.


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