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Friday, January 18, 2013
TourAcademy® Home Edition To Exhibit At 2013 PGA Merchandise Show And Showcase Their Revolutionary New Golf Instruction Program
(VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA - (TOURAcademy Home Edition) announced today plans to exhibit at the 60th PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 24-26, 2013, in Orlando, Fla.

"We're excited to deliver the best of our TOURAcademy instruction to golfers of any skill set - right to their own home. Now golfers can learn or continue to improve their golf game with the expert instruction of the TOURAcademy on their own time"
-John Fechter, CEO TOURAcademy

From Thursday, Jan. 24 to Saturday, Jan. 26, TOURAcademy Home Edition will be exhibiting at Booth 3316 and will be featured in the NEW PRODUCT ZONE at the Orange County Convention Center. This show is an introduction to the TOURAcademy's revolutionary golf instruction program that was developed to help golfers of all levels unlock their swing potential. More than just a training DVD, the TOURAcademy Home Edition is an 8-week training plan that puts all of the TOURAcademy's knowledge, skill and experience into one comprehensive instruction program and practice plan for use at home and on the range.

About the PGA Merchandise Show
Since its inception in 1954, the PGA Merchandise Show has become the world's most influential golf trade show and the global summit for the business of golf. In January 2013, the PGA Merchandise Show will once again welcome more than 40,000 industry professionals from some 75 countries to uncover the latest trends, source the newest golf merchandise, test the latest equipment, enhance careers, learn proven business best practices, network among peers and grow the business of the game. Nearly 1,000 golf companies and brands, representing every business sector of golf from market leaders to start-up companies, will display and demonstrate hundreds of thousands of golf merchandise that will appear in golf shops and retail stores throughout the 2013 golf season. For more information, visit www.pgashow.com.
The PGA Merchandise Show and PGA Expo are organized in partnership with The PGA of America.

About TOURAcademy Home Edition
TOURAcademy Home Edition is the TOURAcademy's comprehensive golf improvement program. Players of all skill levels take nine lessons at home then hit the range where they follow an 8-week, step-by-step practice plan to master his or her full swing and learn stroke-saving short game techniques. Comes complete with two training aids, a contact bag, alignment sticks, and the TOURAcademy instruction manual and practice guide.

THE TOURAcademy Home Edition was produced by Digital Shelf Space in association with PGA TOUR Entertainment. It was directed by David Bogart of DSS and Rick Persons and Glenn Rocha from PGA TOUR Entertainment. The Program is based on instruction developed by the TOURAcademy and used by professionals and recreational golfers for over 11 years.

About TOURAcademy
Based in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, the TOURAcademy has been operating golf academies on a nationwide basis since 1992, beginning with the PGA TOUR Golf Academy at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, FL. With skill development programs specifically designed for golf enthusiasts of all ages and ability levels, the Academy has earned a favorable reputation for providing the highest-quality of golf instruction available. Instruction programs range from golf schools, private lessons, specialty clinics, junior programs and corporate events. TOURAcademy nationwide locations include Ponte Vedra Beach, FL; St. Augustine, FL; Scottsdale, AZ; San Diego, CA; and San Antonio, TX, and other highly-desirable golf destinations.
Contact:
TOURAcademy Home Edition Press Contact: Travis Velitchko, (904) 507-1225, tvelichko (at) PGATourExperiences.com
TOURAcademy Home Edition Retail Contact: David Bogart, (604) 315-4722, dave (at) digitalshelfspace.com
PGA Merchandise Show: Sherry Major, (716) 662-3855, smajor@reedexpo.com

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