SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The All-American Gateway Tour (AAGT) announced that PMPM Sports, which teaches the Fluid Motion Factor Program, endorsed by David Leadbetter, is the latest to sign on as a sponsor of AAGT.
In a simple and systematic manner, the Fluid Motion Factor Program teaches golfers how to set up by design, what they normally experience by chance when playing their best. It is a revolutionary program that will take your game to the next level. It will change how you play, how you practice and allow you to reach your potential as a golfer. It is taught by Steven Yellin at David Leadbetter's international headquarters at Champions Gate in Orlando, Fla. and by Buddy Biancalana in Phoenix, Ariz.
"If you have worked hard on your game or are simply frustrated with your inconsistency, Fluid Motion Factor will help you immeasurably," says David Leadbetter.
Sponsors provide an essential resource for AAGT. Some of the ways sponsor money allows for the continued growth, success, and recognition of AAGT include Tour expansion, increased purse sizes, Web.com Tour and PGA TOUR exemptions, Q-School bonuses, administration, tournament equipment and materials, charity golf tournaments, community involvement and enhanced membership benefits.
"This sponsorship is a win-win for the tour and its players," said AAGT Sponsor Relations Director Ryan Pray. "Fluid Motion Factor not only provides support that is important to the continued growth and success of our Tour, they provide a valuable resource to AAGT players looking to take their game to the next level."
Buddy Biancalana is co-founder of PMPM Sports and a Fluid Motion Golf Instructor. A first round draft pick by the Kansas City Royals, Buddy played Major League Baseball with the Royals and Houston Astros. As the starting shortstop for the 1985 World Champion Royals, he had a zone experience in the World Series in which he received the highest number of MVP votes of any position player. His notoriety was catapulted by appearances on "Late Night with David Letterman" and "The Today Show." He and his business partner, Steven Yellin, have worked with athletes in seven professional and 14 amateur sports. They have consulted with the Chicago Bulls, Portland Trailblazers, Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals and will soon be working with Major League Baseball umpires.
For more information, contact Buddy Biancalana at:
Fluid Motion Factor Program
Phone: (602) 657-6961
About All-American Gateway Tour (AAGT)
Established in 2001, the All-American Gateway Tour (AAGT) was created to help aspiring PGA TOUR professionals fine-tune their skills in competitive golf tournaments. In its 12-year history, the tour has maintained a leading position as the premier developmental professional golf tour on the west coast and has paid out more than $43 million to players over that period. AAGT has served more than 3,400 players, with 168 AAGT alums currently playing on the Web.com and PGA Tours. These players represent 32 PGA Tour wins and 78 Web.com Tour wins. Today, AAGT continues to provide the ideal competitive environment as well as significant financial opportunities for aspiring PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour professionals. For more information on sponsorship opportunities or information for the 2013-2014 season, please visit www.AAGTgolf.com. You can also follow the tour on Twitter at www.twitter.com/AAGTGOLF or like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AAGTProGolf.