SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Tathata, the creator of revolutionary new golf training designed to transform the entire mind, body and swing, today announced PGA Professionals and Golf Analysts Gary McCord and Brandel Chamblee have endorsed Tathata Golf training.
"We are pleased to have the support of Gary and Brandel as we launch Tathata Golf. Both of these well-respected golf professionals are unpaid spokespeople and strong brand advocates of Tathata Golf and both have trained extensively with us in Scottsdale. They are more than a voice for the company, they completely believe in the training and the products," stated Bryan Hepler, Master Instructor and Founder of Tathata Golf Training.
Tathata recently introduced the Tathata Golf Certified Training Program which is designed to revolutionize golf instruction to help instructors teach, and students learn very detailed and complicated mechanics in a simple new way and improve at a rapid new pace. Combining the movements of the greatest golfers and athletes of all-time with learning principles and fundamentals founded in the timeless teachings of the martial art world, Tathata is a radically different and a radically easier way to learn and improve within the game of golf. It is designed to completely answer all questions of how the entire body moves through all full swing, chipping and putting motions.
"I'm not here for the money. I'm here for one thing and one thing only… I believe in what Bryan teaches, I've watched the best players in the world, I've studied them and there is something missing in the world of instruction today. There are commonalities that the greatest players have had that are being missed... what he is doing is correcting golf instruction," commented Brandel Chamblee, Golf Channel Analyst.
"I believe, I believe as Brandel believes in this. This program is something that I think will now start to sprout and it will cover a lot of areas and a lot of people will become very interested in this," added Gary McCord, CBS Golf Analyst.
Tathata, in its truest sense means "suchness," a sense of complete understanding and all-knowing. The essence of Tathata and suchness is found deep within the simple understanding of knowing who you are and being trained in such a way that you always have a sense of your greatness building. Designed for instructors to share with their students, Tathata mental training provides a simple way to move past the beginner's mind of traditional sports psychology. The foundation of Tathata mental training is built from eternally true and proven principles that have been practiced by some of the world's greatest and strongest minds for thousands of years. These teachings open students up to a sense of strength and readiness to effortlessly begin sensing their own greatness building out in front.
Tathata is producing 30-60 second ads featuring McCord and Chamblee as spokespersons. The ads will begin airing on The Golf Channel in early summer. Both professionals are also featured prominently on the Tathata website.
New Tathata training programs and products will be launched in the summer of 2014. For more information about the Tathata Golf Certified Instructor Training Program or to sign up for the program, please visit www.tathatagolfcertified.com.
Tathata was founded by Bryan Hepler of Hepler Golf LLC and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Since 2011, the company has been strategically developing the Tathata brand, products, facility and logistics to offer a unique and innovative Mind, Body, Swing and Life line of products. The company has unprecedented support and strength from individuals and organizations in the game of golf. The overall mission of Tathata is to help golfers and instructors everywhere become their greatness through unique practices designed to build strength within their golf game as well as their total life. For more information, visit www.tathatagolfcertified.com.
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