POWER TEE to participate in 2015 PGA Demo Day & Merchandise Show
Story published at 11:34, Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
Page last updated at 11:41 am, Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
POWER TEE, the world leader in golf range automation, a company that has automated over 50% of the driving ranges in the United Kingdom which includes some of the most exclusive practice facilities in the world like St. Andrews, the Belfry, and Wentworth Club, proudly announces it will exhibit at the 2015 PGA Demo Day & PGA Merchandise Show.
According to POWER TEE CEO Martin Wyeth, “The PGA Merchandise Show is an integral part of our growth initiative and strategy for 2015. It will provide us an opportunity to personally showcase our automated driving range system to managers or owners of golf courses, golf clubs, practice facilities, driving ranges and more. They will see firsthand that the POWER TEE is the most productive and enjoyable practice aid a golfer can experience on the driving range. I encourage attendees to visit us at the Demo Day or at the Show.”
The automated POWER TEE system will be available to test on Tuesday, January 20th at the 2015 PGA Demo Day which is being held at the Orange County National Golf Center in Orlando, FL. This revolutionary teeing system will be available for demonstration between 9:00am and 5:00pm. Private demonstrations can be arranged by contacting Vanessa Price at email@example.com
From Wednesday, January 21st through Friday, January 23rd the POWER TEE automated teeing system will be available for testing at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show located at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
The POWER TEE Booth #489 is located within in the “Equipment Section” only two rows away from the Equipment Testing Center where hitting bays #42 through #46 will also feature the automated POWER TEE system. If an appointment is preferred, please contact Vanessa Price at firstname.lastname@example.org She will gladly arrange a meeting with one of the Power Tee specialists.
POWER TEE was founded by company CEO Martin Wyeth in 1996 to design, develop and promote automatic teeing. There are hundreds of POWER TEE systems in 12 different countries in operation. And as of today, Wyeth’s vision is a reality with more than 6,000,000 balls teed up daily with a POWER TEE automated system.
The POWER TEE automated teeing system is especially popular with juniors, ladies, seniors and beginners, POWER TEE is an excellent way to attract new players to the game, and keep them in it. The POWER TEE has been proven to increase ball sales where correctly implemented, and is the most powerful improvement one can add to a range.