ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Acculength Golf, LLC, an acclaimed leader in junior golf, and an award-winning manufacturer of expandable clubs for children, today announced plans to once again participate in the golf industry’s premier fall marketplace, the 2009 PGA Fall Expo, September 1-2, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino Convention Center in Las Vegas. Acculength Golf will be located just off the Golf Performance & Training Center in booth ETC5.
Acculength golf clubs are the only expandable junior golf clubs on the market today. A patented spacer technology provides an accurate fit for up to five seasons by adding appropriate length to each Acculength golf club without compromising the integrity of the high-quality graphite shaft or changing swing weight. Each Acculength golf club can accommodate up to four one-inch spacers that are easily inserted into the grip-end of the club. Acculength golf clubs are available in four starter sets for junior golfers ages 3-13 and can be purchased at major national retail outlets or online at www.clubsthatgrow.com.
“The PGA Fall Expo is the perfect platform to reinforce Acculength Golf’s iron-clad reputation for high quality, superior performance and eye-catching design, but our innovation is really what sets us apart from other junior club manufacturers,” said Acculength CEO Shawn Benson, the company’s original founder and inventor, who acquired Acculength Golf in February. “Professional golf instructors who realize the importance of a properly fit golf club, appreciate the unique nature and integrity of our products, while parents who are painfully aware of how quickly children outgrow everything from clothes to shoes to sports equipment, embrace the junior-golf-club-buying solution Acculength offers.”
Voted the New Product of the Year among all equipment products at the 2005 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Acculength products range in price from $139 – $179, which includes four starter clubs, four one-inch spacers and a durable and attractive stand bag.
Kevin Twer, Director of Communications