SHANNON, Miss. -- Tom Conway, a long-time PGA professional and sales rep from Indiana, has been named national sales manager for the company that manufacturers the popular putting training aid, reports new Director of Communications James McAfee.
"We're happy to have someone with Conway's experience to assist with our sales effort," McAfee added. "He will be responsible for putting together a national sales force for our line of training aids, including the new MS-3D model that will be available by mid-March.
"There are some prime territories available and interested reps should contact Conway at 574-596-4138 or firstname.lastname@example.org."
McAfee, President of On the Tee Communications in Garland, TX and a former editor with Golf Digest Magazine who has been a member of the Golf Writers of America for 40 years, will be assisting with media relations and promotions for the Putting Arc
Pointing out that six of the top nine finishers at the AT&T at Pebble Beach now use or have used the Putting Arc, McAfee noted, "As Sir Nick Faldo said on television, 'the putter face must be square to the arc.' With the Putting Arc, anyone can learn to do this."
About the Putting Arc
The original Deluxe Putting Arc was first introduced in 2002, and it was patented by PGA instructor V.J. Trolio and engineers Joey Hamilton and Dave Hamilton. Several other models were later introduced and have been used by 1,200 tournament winners, including the pro who still holds the PGA Tour's all-time scoring record. The newest model, the MS-3D, is waterproof, lightweight, and will feature the very popular toe arc as well as an adjustable mirror. For the first time, a golfer can monitor head movement and shoulder alignment while practicing with either the heel or toe arc.
Media interested in doing reviews of the new model should contact James McAfee at email@example.com or 214-724-1261
Contact information for The Putting Arc, Inc:
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