Foley to appear in aboutGolf simulator at the PGA 2012 Merchandise Show Jan. 28
(SCOTTSDALE) - PSP Golf is thrilled to announce a new partnership with prominent golf instructor Sean Foley, who will become the lead endorser for the revolutionary practice club The Little One - the most used game-improvement club on Tour.
The Little One is a warm-up club that is comprised of a seven-iron with normal specifications but uses a club-face roughly the size of a golf ball. Foley will also endorse PSP's The Wee One, a similar tool for junior golfers.
"This is an extraordinary opportunity for PSP Golf. We are honored and look forward to our partnership with Sean, who we consider one of the best young minds in golf," says Dan Bonomo, President/CEO of PSP. "Our visibility and acceptance among Tour players and teaching pros has continued to grow, while amateurs are quickly understanding The Little One is a simple warm-up club that if used on the range before play will help lower scores and make them better players."
To mark the beginning of this partnership, Foley will be appearing at PSP's The Little One booth at the PGA 2012 Merchandise Show taking place at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando, FL on Saturday, January 28th from 1 to 2:30 p.m. At the show, he will sign autographs and answer questions from fans following a live demonstration with "The Little One". Prior to his appearance in the PSP booth, Foley will give another live demonstration of the product in an aboutGolf Simulator at Booth #3343 at 12:30 p.m. Representatives from Henry-Griffitts (HG), custom club fitting pioneer and distributor for PSP's The Little One, will be available to answer questions. PSP will also be promoting a contest that will see the winner receive a three hour lesson with Foley.
"The Little One is one of the best warm-up clubs I have ever seen," says Foley. "It will quickly help improve ball striking, concentration, swing plane, tempo, and confidence no matter what caliber of player you are."
Foley's clients, which include Hunter Mahan, Stephen Ames, Tiger Woods, and Justin Rose, had outstanding years in 2011, compiling $8,112,787 in PGA Tour earnings, two victories, 22 Top-10 finishes, and two selections to the American 2011 Presidents Cup Team. Foley currently lives in Orlando with his wife and two sons, and teaches out of Orange County National.