SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The winner of The Players Championship on the PGA Tour and the winner of the Iberdrola Open on the European Tour both rely on PSP Golf's "The Little One" to help improve their ball striking, tempo and concentration.
Pure. Solid. Perfect. That was exactly what The Players Championship winner orchestrated Sunday as he hit his brilliant chip shot on the final hole of regulation that landed on the green within three feet of the hole. That chip shot helped him secure a tie for the lead and his spot in a sudden death playoff, which he won after executing a steely tee shot to the famed Par 3 Island Green 17th.
On the European Tour, the winner of the Iberdrola Open came from behind nailing several crucial shots to help notch his 13th European Tour title. Not only does he trust "The Little One" 7 Iron in and around the greens, but he is also a fan of PSP Golf's latest club, "The Little One" Pitching Wedge, which is currently available to Tour players by order only.
"Both players have given us very positive feedback on 'The Little One,' said Dan Bonomo, President/CEO PSP Golf. "When practicing on the range or around the green with a smaller pure target the brain becomes more focused on the task at hand at a much higher level. Transitioning back to a standard club with a much larger sweet-spot builds confidence, more consistency and better accuracy, resulting in lower scores."
"The Little One" 7 iron is PSP (Pure Solid Perfect) Golf's first golf club designed to help improve your ball striking, increase your distance, elevate your concentration and improve your confidence. This innovative golf training club provides you with instant feedback on your swing that results in rapid improvement and lower scores.
More than 100 players on the PGA, Champions, LPGA, European and Asian Tours have been seen using 'The Little One' on the range to help improve their game.
"The Little One" has the standard grip and shaft of a regulation-sized 7-iron with a club head the size of a golf ball or the "sweet spot" of a 7-iron. The reduced-size club head is slightly wider and higher than a golf ball so importance is placed on hitting the sweet spot each and every time.
"The Little One" is available with a regular, stiff, x-stiff or lite shaft for $119.95 and is available at www.pspgolf.net.
PSP Golf L.L.C. is located at 7620 E. McKellips Road Suite 476 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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