CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. -- FitGolf, the golf-specific training company with 32 unique performance centers across the U.S., will once again play a role with Play Golf America, a national initiative created by the PGA of America to raise awareness for the game of golf. The event will take place this Saturday, May 5 at Makefield Highlands Golf Club in Yardley, Pa.
"At FitGolf we are proud and honored to be a long time sponsor of the Philadelphia Section PGA and we are excited to help the golf industry in our area by sponsoring the Section, said Dave Ostrow, CEO of FitGolf. "Relationships like the FitGolf and Philly Section partnership are good for the game, and good for golfers. We look forward to continuing our relationship with the Section and helping all golfers at the Play Golf America day this weekend."
FitGolf will be showcasing the unique K-Vest technology and they will provide adults and juniors with mini-fitness assessments. There also will be a mini-junior fitness circuit for kids under 14 years of age.
All adult participants will receive a special $100 gift certificate toward an initial Golf Performance Evaluation at FitGolf, and a $100 discount for a 1st Group Session for kids. "Play Golf America is a Free day for folks of all ages and abilities to come and experience all that golf has to offer, said Geoffrey Surrette, executive director of the Philadelphia PGA. "Anyone in the Delaware Valley that ever wanted to give golf a try should come out to Makefield Highlands and get a taste of a game that can last a lifetime."
Play Golf America will take place from 11am - 3pm this Saturday, May 5. The general public is invited to attend.
For more information on FitGolf and to schedule a visit to the studio in Conshohocken, please call 610-940-3835 or visit the company's website at www.fitgolf.com
Jane Dally - On Course Strategies LLC