Tuesday, November 28, 2017

United States Air Force Installs Power Tee at Chibana Golf Course, Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan

Other military bases using Power Tee include Fort Sam Houston Golf Club in Texas and Bay Breeze Golf Course at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi

(Ponte Vedra, Fla.) – Golf-Tech, the world leader in golf range automation, has installed Power Tee at the United States Air Force Base at the Chibana Golf Course at the Kadena Air Force Base on the island of Okinawa, Japan. Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX and the Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS have been enjoying using Power Tee for over a year now and many others are considering adding it to their facilities. Power Tee makes practicing golf more productive and enjoyable by allowing golfers to hit more quality shots per practice session in a controlled environment, thus building confidence in the mechanics of their game.

Endorsed by professionals like the 2018 Ryder Cup Captain, Jim Furyk, and elite golf instructor, Mitchell Spearman, Power Tee is credited with helping golfers get better faster because they practice with no interruptions such as re-gripping the club and the stance realignment that usually accompany the manual teeing up process. Golfers simply wait for the ball to automatically appear and then swing to develop a rhythm that increases muscle memory.

 According to Martin Wyeth, Golf-Tech founder, CEO and creator of Power Tee, there are so many benefits to the system. “It’s great for clubs and practice facilities to provide all golfers a means to perfect a swing in a consistent, fun and focused practice session,” he said. “It’s perfect for junior golfers who have a more difficult time concentrating and it’s ideal for our Wounded Warriors who may have restricted mobility as they can hit more balls.”

 Wyeth also noted more than 50 percent of the commercial golf ranges in the United Kingdom are currently automated with Power Tee. “Now we are eager for every golfer in USA to learn about Power Tee and how it can improve his or her game. And are extremely proud to be working with the United States Armed Forces supplying our servicemen here and overseas with something they will not only benefit from but enjoy.”  he added.

Colin Baesler, PGA professional and golf course manager at the Kadena Golf Complex noted customers are really enjoying the addition of Power Tee to the driving range. “Our entire membership, regardless of skill or fitness level is benefitting from the advantages Power Tee provides because it offers something for everyone,” said Baesler. “It’s especially beneficial for junior golfers since they can get through a lot more instruction in a lesson period when they don’t have to bother with teeing up golf balls. We are incredibly happy to have this available to our customers.”

For more information about Power Tee, call (877) 769-3781 or visit www.powertee.com.

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