New Swing Trainer - Cure Your Slice the Easy Way
Cure Your Slice the Easy Way for Under £25
T2hole has launched a brand new swing trainer which will help you to cure your slice in a matter of days.
The new Slice Stopper costs just £24.99 and is one of four ingenious new products introduced by T2hole on the back of the success of the company’s Golf Improvement System which was launched to critical acclaim this summer.
The Slice Stopper and the other three new T2hole products, the Putt Guide, the Stance Master and the Path Master, are all endorsed by top Tour coach and SKY TV presenter, Denis Pugh, whose pupils include Ryder Cup stars Francesco and Edoardo Molinari and Ross Fisher and who believes all four will have a beneficial effect on your game after just a few practice sessions.
“The original Golf Improvement System worked so well because it helped you to practise smarter, not harder and to improve all aspects of your game from the tee right through to the hole,” said Pugh.
“But the company also understands that many golfers want a simple device that will help them to cure a specific swing problem which is why they have decided to break down the original Golf Improvement System into its component parts and to offer the Slice Stopper, the Putt Guide, the Stance Master and the Path Master as individual products hence catering for different golfing problems and budgets.
“To paraphrase the well-known advert, all four do exactly what their names suggest.”
The Slice Stopper is available for a special introductory price of just £24.99 from www.t2hole.com and other leading stockists. The Putt Guide, the Stance Master and the Path Master are available for £29.99, £39.99 and £44.99 respectively and all four come with a free Denis Pugh instructional dvd worth £10.99.
The original Golf Improvement System, complete with free Denis Pugh instructional dvd, is on sale for just £89.99.
Log onto www.t2hole.com to find out more about how the Slice Stopper, the Putt Guide, the Stance Master and the Path Master can transform your game after just a few practice sessions.