Golf News for Monday, October 1, 2012 | Marketing

GolfTEC "bucks" for use at participating GolfTEC Improvement Centers

CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- GolfTEC, the world leader in golf improvement, is giving golfers "100 reasons" to sharpen their game this fall.

Now through Oct. 31, every new and current student is eligible to receive $100 in "GolfTEC Bucks" to be applied toward any GolfTEC services at participating GolfTEC Improvement Centers from coast to coast.

"We want to encourage golfers to take this time of the year to improve on their skills," said Joe Assell, Co-Founder, President & CEO of GolfTEC. "While they may be playing fewer rounds of golf, visits to our center will have a significant impact the advancement of their game, both now and in the future."

The GolfTEC Bucks offer is good toward $100 off any GolfTEC services, but new clients are encouraged to use the voucher towards a 60-minute a Swing Evaluation,, and existing clients are encouraged to put the $100 towards an offseason practice membership.

For further information access the GolfTEC web site at www.GolfTEC.com/save100 or call (303) 779-9900.

About GolfTEC
The undisputed leader in high-tech golf improvement, GolfTEC gives more than 25% of all private golf lessons in the U.S. annually and has a 95% success rate among its students. Started in 1995 with one teacher, GolfTEC now employs more than 500 Personal Certified Coaches at 160 Improvement Centers nationwide, and some time this year one of those coaches will give the company's 4 millionth lesson. All lessons are based on the company's "Five Factors:" Fact-Based Diagnosis, Sequential Lessons, Video-Based Practice, Advanced Retention Tools, and Precision-Matched Clubs. GolfTEC Improvement Centers can be found in almost all major U.S. cities, Mexico, and Canada, with new centers opening this year in Japan and Korea. Across the company, same-store sales grew 13.4% in 2010, 15% in 2011, and 6.8% in 2012 thus far.

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