New Site Helps Golfers Improve Their Short Game and Lower Their Scores
Short-Game.com gives people the ability to improve their short game and lower their golf scores with weekly articles, interviews, and golf related videos.
Modena, NY -- (SBWire) -- 09/27/2010 -- Short-Game.com, a new website dedicated to golf's short game, has announced its latest service: providing free golf related articles, interviews, and videos to golf enthusiasts looking to improve their game. The site’s content, which includes articles on putting, chipping, pitching, and bunker play, as well as articles on how to stop shanking the ball, are now available to subscribers and site visitors on a weekly basis.
Most people do not realize that the game of golf consists mostly of short game shots. Statistics from the United States Golf Association (USGA) showed that over 60 percent of shots taken in professional golf tournaments in 2009 were from 100 yards or less- the distance of shot generally regarded to as short game.
Short-Game.com was founded to bring awareness to that statistic and help people improve upon their short game and overall golf game.
When asked about how his company, Short-Game.com, can help people with to improve their short game, Short-Game.com creator, Kevin Oefelein said, “We’ve developed a system for helping people improve their short game and lower their overall scores. Every week we produce detailed and free articles, interviews, podcasts, and videos to help people take strokes off their game by focusing more on their short game.”
In addition to publishing content directly on their blog, Short-Game.com provides information packed reports as well as e-books focused on short game technique and strategy. These reports are published in PDF, MP3 audio, as well as HTML formats in addition to reports and e-books formatted specifically for e-readers like the Apple Ipad, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, and Sony Reader.
Commenting on the ability to read his Short-Game.com reports on his e-reader, one of Short-Game.com’s subscribers, Glenn Baron said, “I am always on the go. I like the fact that I have the ability to stay up to date with short game techniques and tips by uploading reports onto my Kindle and carrying them with me wherever I go.”
Currently featured on Short-Game.com’s web page is a free report titled "Instantly Solve Your Golf Frustrations." This report gives readers tips and exercises to help stop them from shanking the golf ball. More reports are due to come out monthly.
Note: Access the free report "Instantly Solve Your Golf Frustrations," as well as articles, podcasts, interviews, and videos that will help you improve your short game and lower your golf score by visiting Short-Game.com’s website at http://short-game.com.
Short-Game.com is a new website that publishes free detailed golf related articles, reports, interviews, and videos in multiple formats including PDF, MP3 audio, HTML, MP4 video, and digital e-reader formats.
Sign up for Short-Game.com’s newsletter and receive weekly golf score improving tips, techniques, and exercises in your email inbox by going to http://short-game.com. Contact Kevin Oefelein for more insights into these topics. Direct line: (646) 355-4970 Fax: (646) 355-4609 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other helpful information regarding golf game improvement can be found at: http://short-game.com
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