Tuesday, February 21, 2012

PlaneSwing Supports Troops' Charities

PlaneSWING - the kinaesthetic full swing teaching system - has committed to supporting, through the PlaneSWING Foundation, the Troops' Charities in their efforts to aid the rehabilitation of injured soldiers returning from war zones.

In partnership with Golf Supports Our Troops founder Brian Coleman, a PlaneSWING System was donated to Green2Green Foundation at Wedges & Woods in Augusta, GA.

PlaneSWING CEO Tony Clark commented: "We are committed to supporting directly and indirectly those that work tirelessly for our injured service men and women. I have been involved with Golf Supports Our Troops for over seven years and have witnessed first-hand how Brian and Nancy Coleman have transformed lives."

Tony Clark is pictured in PlaneSWING with Captain (Retired) Joe Caley, who has battled serious injury and multiple operations to become an accomplished golfer thanks to the Green2Green Foundation. See www.green2greenfoundation.org.

Clark added: "PlaneSWING provides a stable and safe environment in which to learn the golf swing, building confidence, strength and a repeatable motion that can immediately be transferred to the course."

Brian Coleman commented: "Golf Supports Our Troops has supplied golf equipment to aid rehabilitation at Veteran Hospitals across the US and also provided nets and thousands of clubs and balls to help set up "driving ranges" in Iraq and Afghanistan! The Troops really appreciate the efforts of all the Charities involved"

For more details about Golf Supports Our Troops visit www.golfsupportsourtroops.org or contact PlaneSWING direct at onplane@planeswing.com.

1 comment:

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