Thursday, April 12, 2012

aboutGolf to Demonstrate the PGA Tour Simulator Technology on Capitol Hill

World Leader in Golf Simulator Technology to Visit Washington D.C. for National Golf Day

(Maumee, Ohio) - aboutGolf will join some of the golf industry's leading organizations, including PGA of America, World Golf Foundation and the golf advocacy coalition We Are Golf to celebrate National Golf Day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., April 18, in the Foyer of Rayburn House of Representatives office building.

In collaboration with aboutGolf, Michael Breed, host of The Golf Channel's The Golf Fix, will be offering demonstrations for members of Congress and their staff to educate them on the many advantages of golf.

"I am looking forward to using an aboutGolf PGA TOUR Simulator to highlight the positive economic and social attributes of golf," said says Breed. "We Are Golf and aboutGolf are trailblazers in the game's ever-evolving industry and it's exciting to join them in promoting the game to such influential individuals."

This will be the second year aboutGolf has traveled to Washington D.C. to promote the golf industry and the many hardworking men and women whose livelihoods depend on it. Following the demonstration, participants who have had their swings recorded will be able to view them through online video via the We Are Golf website.


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