Four More Companies Commit As Golf Expo Exhibitors At The 29th Annual Golf.Com World Amateur
MYRTLE BEACH, SC - Four more companies have committed to exhibit in the Golf Expo portion of the 29th Annual Golf.Com World Amateur Handicap Championship in Myrtle Beach, SC Aug. 27-31.
Approximately 3,000 golfers will converge on the Grand Strand to compete in the largest on-site amateur golf tournament in the world. The 72-hole tournament will take place on nearly 60 courses, and following each round the players and their guests attend the World's Largest 19th Hole at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. The Golf Expo is one of several activities at the World's Largest 19th Hole.
As exhibitors in the Golf Expo portion each night, companies can sell directly to approximately 5,000 people at the convention center. The World Am attracts players from every state in the U.S.A. and over a dozen foreign countries.
Display space is still available, with a price deadline set for July 14. To reserve space, call 407-328-0500, ext. 1.
Here are descriptions of four of the companies who have committed to the World Am Golf Expo.
EXECUTIVE WOMEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION: The mission of the EWGA is connecting women to learn, play and enjoy golf for business and for fun. EWGA is a not-for-profit membership association that currently numbers nearly 20,000 members in more than 120 Chapters located throughout the United States and abroad with international Chapters in Canada and France. The Chapters offer a wide range of organized golf activities, player education and development programs.
RAZOR GOLF: This Tampa-based consumer-direct company is a designer/manufacturer of high quality, mid-priced golf equipment. Razor Golf is a leader is developing "game improvement" clubs, including its recently launched Eclipse line of irons and woods. Razor's Carnivore Driver was named the ING Conference Best Product at the 2010 ING Spring Conference. Razor Golf also provides logo/promotional merchandise through its subsidiary, Razor Promotions.
CIRCLE OF TRUST: The "Circle of Trust" is a unique golf putting system, a putting trainer that will help golfers learn proper putting motion. It allows golfers to develop mind memory for a trustworthy stroke. The "Circle of Trust" provides a proper putting stroke by keeping your putter head low to the ground all the way back and through the hitting zone. This will allow you to release the golf putter down the target line, giving you a pure putting stroke.
AVID GOLF: The Swedge swing training aid addresses a common problem among golfers, the flying elbow. The Swedge is a small, washable half-moon pillow covered with a durable nylon casing that tucks under your arm during the swing. At the top of the backswing, the Swedge should still be in place. Keeping it tucked under your arm creates more power, control and consistency. Invented by Dana Clark, the Swedge comes in three different colors and can be logo'd. It was voted the ING Conference Best Product at the recent ING Spring Conference.
For more information about exhibiting at the Golf.Com World Amateur Golf Expo, call 407-328-0500, ext. 1. For more information about the tournament, visit www.worldamgolf.com