COLUMBUS, Ga., Date -- Roy Nix, Executive Director of the Association of Golf Clubfitting Professionals (AGCP), the world leader in the advancement of custom clubfitting and clubmaking, is pleased to announce that FlightScope, will be attending the AGCP RT7 Convention and Education Conference to be held October 16 through October 20, 2012 in Columbus, GA. The 7th Annual RT Convention will once again be held at the historic Columbus Irons Works Trade and Convention Center.
FlightScope will showcase its X2 and X1 3D tracking radars for golf on the main stage. AGCP members will be able to experience how FlightScope can be beneficial in a club fitting session. David Nel, FlightScope's Application Specialist, will also do a presentation on how Club Face Angle relative to Club Direction at impact influences Spin and Spin Axis and how it could be beneficial in the fitting process. For more information on FlightScope launch monitors visit www.FlightScope.com
Tuesday - October 16th
Bill Marshall's Early Bird Dinner Party - Twelth Street Deli - Columbus, Georgia
Wednesday - October 17th
Demo Day - Woodland Hills Golf Course - Midland Georgia
Members & Sponsors Dinner - TBA - Columbus, Georgia
Thursday, Friday, Saturday - October 18, 19, 20, 2012
Convention - The Historic Columbus Irons Works Trade & Convention Center - Columbus, Georgia
Saturday evening - Hunter's Pub Dutch Treat Steak Dinner
Keep on swinging fitter is the theme for RT7. We will pick up where we left off at RT6 and take many of the classes to the next level and go into greater depth about many of those subjects. Although speakers have not been officially confirmed yet look to the RT6 Schedule for a clue of what to expect for RT7. We expect most of the same speakers to take their subject matter to the next logically level.
This will be our 4th year in the Trade Center and each year we learn a little more about what the members want and what the sponsors want out of the Convention. Each year we have made changes to improve the Convention experience and each year it has improved from the year before. We hope the changes we have made this year will again prove successful and add to your education and enjoyment while in Columbus.
We learned from RT6 that longer classes and longer breaks are useful to all for many reasons. Longer classes allow instructors to go into depth about their subject and offers attendees the opportunity to ask more questions at the end of the sessions. Longer breaks offers sponsors and attendees more time on the floor to discuss products in greater detail also. With some slight modifications we are sticking to the same theme again this year.
We have made changes to member packages and to sponsor packages to incorporate what we have been asked to provide. We have been asked to arrange the schedule so that both members and sponsor have more quality time to interact on the exhibit hall floor. We have been asked to spread some events out more to allow for more time for members to interact and socialize while they are in Columbus. We have been asked to create more time for members who bring their wives or husbands, as the case may be, to have time to enjoy the restaurants, historic sites in and around Columbus and to enjoy the night life in Columbus. We have done this in our schedule this year. We hope you like and enjoy it.
Bring the family, come early and stay over and enjoy Columbus. Take a look at Columbus in the video.
About the AGCP
Based in Columbus, GA, the AGCP is dedicated to the promotion and growth of custom fitting worldwide by providing classes, schools and conventions for the club fitting and club making industry. Our Roundtable Education Conference and Convention classes are certified by the PGA of America for MSR Credits for PGA Professionals. To learn more about the AGCP or to become a Member call 706.324.7490 or visit www.agcpgolf.com
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