(Hackettstown, N.J.) – Impact Press Golf announced today plans to exhibit at the 67th PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 21-24, 2020, in Orlando, Florida.
“I am pleased to introduce the Impact Press training iron at the world’s largest golf exhibition and to the large audience of PGA professionals and instructors,” said Bill Schmedes III, inventor and owner. “The Impact Press training iron will help golfers of all ages and abilities not only improve their impact position but more importantly improve the key components prior to impact. The result provides golfers with improved contact, better ball control and a tour caliber impact position.”
From Wednesday, Jan. 22 to Friday, Jan. 24, Impact Press Golf will exhibit on the show floor within the equipment hall and showcase in the New Product Zone at the Orange County Convention Center. The Impact Press training iron will retail for $99. The PGA Show special price will be $75.00.
About the PGA Merchandise Show
The 67th PGA Merchandise Show, held Jan. 21-24, 2020, in Orlando, will welcome some 1,000 top golf companies and brands and more than 40,000 industry professionals from around the world to the industry’s annual global summit for the business of golf. The PGA Show Demo Day, the world’s largest professional golf testing event, will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Orange County National Golf
During PGA Show days, Jan. 22-24 at the Orange County Convention Center, PGA
Professionals, retailers and industry leaders will uncover the latest trends, source the newest golf merchandise, test the latest equipment, learn proven business best practices, network among peers and move forward the business of the game. The PGA Merchandise Show is a trade-only event and is not open to the public.
About Impact Press Golf
The Impact Press is a new training iron with a revolutionary design that makes a golfer react to its innovative clubhead design. With a red indicator on the hosel and a green indicator on the top line of the club head, golfers will quickly learn to go “red to green” in their golf swing. Proper use and training with the Impact Press club helps golfers
improve their impact position by improving the pitch of the shaft in the downswing and pushing the hands forward at impact. This provides a golfer with an improved low point of the swing, improved dynamic loft at impact, improved contact and, most importantly, better ball control. For more information please visit http://www.ImpactPressGolf.com.