Tour Striker Is Golf’s New Overnight Success Story; Tens of Thousands Sold Since National Launch in May 2010
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif., June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Tour Striker, the new training golf clubs designed by teaching professional Martin Chuck, PGA, founder of the Tour Striker Golf Academy, has been launched to overwhelming sales success, with tens of thousands of training clubs sold since its national launch in May, 2010.
The original Tour Striker 8 iron, Tour Striker Pro 7 iron, Tour Striker Pro X 7 iron, Tour Striker Pro 5 iron and Tour Striker 56-degree wedge training clubs feature distinctive designs that have little clubface below the “sweet spot” unlike a traditional club. The clubs have been designed so golfers intuitively teach themselves how to deliver the “sweet spot” of the club to the ball like an expert ball striker.
“I found myself teaching so many golfers who were trying to scoop the ball at the bottom of the swing,” said Chuck. “That was how they tried to get the ball in the air. I wanted to create a club that would teach them to hit down on the ball with forward shaft lean. I’ve accomplished that with Tour Striker.”
The Original Tour Striker is targeted for mid-to-high handicap golfers and those with slower swing speeds (under 90 mph with driver), while the Tour Striker Pro is geared for dedicated players with higher swing speeds and a handicap of 10 or less. Also available is a Tour Striker for women and younger players who wish to improve their game. The ladies/junior model is slightly shorter than the regular Tour Striker (35 inches vs. 36 inches) and has a graphite shaft appropriate for women and juniors.
The Tour Striker commercials and instructional videos are produced by acclaimed golf production and marketing company, The Golf Agency.
The Tour Striker and Tour Striker Pro training clubs are available starting at $99.99. For more information and to order clubs, please visit http://www.tourstriker.com.
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