CityGolf Offers Free 10-Minute Lessons Through PGA

Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from CityGolf

    BOSTON, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Golf Association
 Professionals at CityGolf in Boston, MA, will offer free 10-minute lessons in
 conjunction with "Play Golf America," the national growth-of-the-game campaign
 sponsored by the PGA of America and Golf Digest.
     CityGolf, located in the heart of downtown Boston, is readily equipped to
 lead this event for the Boston area. The event, taking place throughout the
 month of May, features an excellent opportunity to present golfers in the
 Boston area with another initiative to improve their game.
     Golfers can quickly lose the "feel" for the game.  CityGolf's convenient
 location, state-of-the-art equipment, and professional PGA staff provide a
 unique opportunity to sharpen your swing for the spring.  With Golf Simulators
 to play over 20 different courses, Hitting Bays, Swing Analyzers, Teaching
 Bays, and Putting Green, golfers can call attention to the needs of their game
 through the promotion of "Play Golf America." The PGA Professionals of
 CityGolf are experts in golf instruction and can focus on any aspect of a
 golfer's game in the free 10-minute lesson taught on their ASTAR digital video
 golf training system.  You leave with a customized color printout swing
 sequence with lesson notes.
     "Play Golf America is a wonderful opportunity for local non-golfers to
 come out and get introduced to the game of golf, or for existing golfers to
 focus on any area they want to improve," said Gary Parker, Head Professional
 of CityGolf.  "This is a great opportunity to demonstrate the expert
 instruction of PGA Professionals at CityGolf, and we welcome all those who
 would like to participate, regardless of skill level."
     The PGA of America is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1916 to
 promote golf and enhance the livelihood of its members.  The association
 consists of more than 25,000 men and women professionals who are committed to
 growing the game of golf.
     Anyone who would like to participate must contact Krystal Keillor of
 CityGolf at (617) 357-4653.  Call ahead to schedule your free 10-minute video
 analysis lesson to improve your golf game.
 
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    BOSTON, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Golf Association
 Professionals at CityGolf in Boston, MA, will offer free 10-minute lessons in
 conjunction with "Play Golf America," the national growth-of-the-game campaign
 sponsored by the PGA of America and Golf Digest.
     CityGolf, located in the heart of downtown Boston, is readily equipped to
 lead this event for the Boston area. The event, taking place throughout the
 month of May, features an excellent opportunity to present golfers in the
 Boston area with another initiative to improve their game.
     Golfers can quickly lose the "feel" for the game.  CityGolf's convenient
 location, state-of-the-art equipment, and professional PGA staff provide a
 unique opportunity to sharpen your swing for the spring.  With Golf Simulators
 to play over 20 different courses, Hitting Bays, Swing Analyzers, Teaching
 Bays, and Putting Green, golfers can call attention to the needs of their game
 through the promotion of "Play Golf America." The PGA Professionals of
 CityGolf are experts in golf instruction and can focus on any aspect of a
 golfer's game in the free 10-minute lesson taught on their ASTAR digital video
 golf training system.  You leave with a customized color printout swing
 sequence with lesson notes.
     "Play Golf America is a wonderful opportunity for local non-golfers to
 come out and get introduced to the game of golf, or for existing golfers to
 focus on any area they want to improve," said Gary Parker, Head Professional
 of CityGolf.  "This is a great opportunity to demonstrate the expert
 instruction of PGA Professionals at CityGolf, and we welcome all those who
 would like to participate, regardless of skill level."
     The PGA of America is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1916 to
 promote golf and enhance the livelihood of its members.  The association
 consists of more than 25,000 men and women professionals who are committed to
 growing the game of golf.
     Anyone who would like to participate must contact Krystal Keillor of
 CityGolf at (617) 357-4653.  Call ahead to schedule your free 10-minute video
 analysis lesson to improve your golf game.
 
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