SwingWing Golf Announces Their NCAA Final Four Sweet-16 Contest; Enter
Your Predictions for Final Four Teams & Champion & Win Over $150 in Game
Improving Golf Products
SwingWing Golf Announces Their NCAA Final Four Sweet-16 Contest; Starting today, March 25th
& Ending Wednesday at Midnight, Users Who Entered The Contest on the Facebook Page &
Predicted the Correct Final Four Teams & Champion Will Win Over $150 in Free Golf Products
Proven to Improve Your Game.
Los Angeles, CA, March 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- SwingWing's owner and inventor, Dan Gitre, is a big fan
of the NCAA Championship and its associated Final Four predictions phenomena, and wanted to offer
other NCAA Championship-enthusiasts golfer-hybrids like him a chance to have some fun and win some
great golf goodies.
How to Enter
Simply go to SwingWing's Facebook Page and select the "Enter Contest" tab located atop the Timeline.
Then fill out the entry form by choosing your Predictions for the NCAA 2013 March Madness Final Four
Men's Basketball Championship. The Winners Who Guess Correctly Will Win Over $150 in Game
Enhancing Golf Products; Including a SwingWing Golf Swing Training Aid; a LeviTee Glove, the Zen
Golf: Listen, Watch and Learn Package; plus a Dozen Polara Golf Balls.
The SwingWing Golf Swing Trainer is an easy to use inflatable training aid that improves the rhythm and
timing of your swing using wind resistance - to help increase swing speeds dramatically; which often
result in 10-15 yards of extra distance in less than 30 days with repeated use of the SwingWing, for just
5-10 minutes a day.
The SwingWing Golf Swing Trainer when inflated is shaped like a fan and slides down the shaft of any
club. With the perfect amount of wind resistance this training aid allows a golfer to warm up properly
before a round or on the driving range and the inflatable design makes it easy to store in any golf bag.
Although SwingWing Golf is a small company with a small product, owner, Dan Gitre, wants to make as
big an impact as possible on today's junior golfers and bring a smile to a lot of young faces.
"The SwingWing has multiple uses and can improve various facets of a golfers swing. Obviously its
primary function is to increase swing speed thus added distance but using the SwingWing training aid like
an impact ball can also improve basic mechanics that most golfers don't generally feel.
"More importantly, swinging a club with a SwingWing on is fun and I want golf to be fun," said Gitre,
adding, "I intend on providing multiple junior golf programs that are focused on growing the game a
generous contribution of product in hopes that more kids take to the sport."
At the 2013 Northern Trust Open, PGA touring pro's had their first experience with this innovative
product and the professionals who tried it agreed that the SwingWing has the perfect amount of wind
resistance and several professionals are now using the product to warm up on the driving range before
every round. One such Pro Golfer, Eddie Heinen of Heinen Golf, while trying out the SwingWing was
overheard saying, "It's so simple that anyone can enjoy the benefits of the SwingWing golf swing trainer,
from a child to a senior citizen and everyone in between."
David Heinen, lead instructor at the Kaizen Golf Academy, when asked about SwingWing said, “It's
amazing to watch my students increase their swing speed and flexibility with such a simple product.”
Visit www.SwingWingGolf.com for more info.
For additional information on the SwingWing Golf Swing Trainer and to learn how you can be a part of
SwingWing's Pledge to Junior Golf Programs; aimed at helping inspire and provide training aids to junior
golf program in your area visit www.swingwinggolf.com and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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