GOLFSTR+ 6 in 1 Straight Arm Golf Swing Training Aid
The 6 uses teach you to keep your leading arm or wrist straight for your back-swing and for putting & chipping. Also a great lag trainer for your back-swing and chipping. Best of all you can wear it for 18 holes as a Straight Arm Brain Trainer to build muscle memory. Just fold it up and keep it in your pocket. Golf Professionals everywhere are recommending GOLFSTR+.
GOLFSTR+ is pronounced: “Golf-Stir Plus” and is short for Golf Straight with 6 swing fixes. WARNING: It’s NOT allowed for use in competitive matches as it gives you an unfair advantage!
Questions? Call (289) 837-0563 or send us an email with your phone number: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK: YOUR SWING SUPPORT CENTER for Weekly Swing Tips!
ENDORSEMENT: We are pleased to announce that 100 members of the GOLF Partners Club tested and approved GOLFSTR+. The Golf Partners Club is one of seven affiliate organizations with over 400,000 members participating in programs offered by the North American Media Group (NAMG Inc.). 77% of the participants testing GOLFSTR+ ” recommended it as a golf training aid that will lower your score”.
To qualify for the test group, they had to golf at least 10 rounds a year. They also agreed to the statement: “I would buy a product if I thought I could drop 5 strokes off my score.” 77% of the testers recommended GOLFSTR+. It lowered their scores. [Read Tester Comments]
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> Sweden: EXTRA PRO (www.extrapro.se)
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Questions? Call (289) 837-0563 or send us an email with your phone number and question to: email@example.com
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