ROWLETT, Texas -- Deco-Leco, LLC, announced recently that the R&A has ruled that its Pop-Up Protector does conform to the Rules of Golf and the United States Golf Association states that it's "Permitted under the Rules of Golf".
This makes Pop-Up Protector the only golf club protector on the market that is permitted by these two governing bodies to be used in tournament play. Until now, the only other attachment that had been allowed was lead tape.
"We felt it was important to submit the Pop-Up Protector to the USGA and R&A organizations," said Leroy Collyear, President & CEO of Deco Leco, LLC. "A lot of golfers out there that want to use our product and some of them play in USGA sanctioned amateur or professional tournaments. We didn't want there to be any cause for concern. So this was the logical way to go, it's confirmed, the Pop-Up Protector is legal for tournament play!"
About Pop-Up Protector
This Teflon inspired, state-of-the-art design can help you keep your mind on your game and off your club by eliminating marks on the top of your driver and fairway woods. For the beginner and novice golfer, the Pop-Up Protector is designed to prevent those unsightly scars that appear on drivers and fairway woods from, as the name suggests, popped-up shots.
The Pop-Up Protector is made from a highly durable, thermoplastic elastomer and is pre-coated with a high performance acrylic adhesive typically used in the aerospace, transportation and machinery industries due to its unique combination of performance properties and ease of application. Before you make your next swing, make sure you're protected by the Pop-Up Protector!
- Protect your expensive clubs from scratches
- Prevent unsightly scars from mis-hits
- Increase your clubs trade-in or resale value
- Allows you to swing with confidence
- Works on all drivers and fairway woods
- Easy application & removal
The Pop-Up Protector is available at select golf retailers and Golf Galaxy locations nationwide. For more information on Deco-Leco, LLC and the Pop-Up Protector visit their website at www.pupgolf.com
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