Golf Junkys (www.golfjunkys.com) is pleased to announce the pre-launch of their new golf community website. Produced by golf professionals the website offers many features that you won’t find anywhere else.
One of most exciting places to visit will be the BLOGS. Contributors range from golf writers, to professional golfers from all the Tours, as well as insightful and fun commentary from caddies. Due to the special relationships the creators of Golf Junkys have with the players and caddies, this makes Golf Junkys a must visit. This section is new and still growing, so be sure to sign up for alerts in the forum section.
The Forums will also be content rich (we hope!). Some of the sponsoring companies include Balance-Certified Golf (the balance boys), SMT (leading long drive equipment provider), My Ostrich Golf (online retail and custom club builders), Eidolon Golf (leading wedge maker) Bobby Grace Putters (one of the top putter designers)and as such they will be participating in the Forums to provide equipment insights you simply won’t find anywhere else.
Another feature of the Forums will be the ability to easily load videos of your swing for public commentary, if you dare, but you never know, there are a lot of folks out here with a great eye toward swing fixes and should be fun to compare.
On the more serious side of golf instruction will be the online teaching section. We have two (at the present time) professional instructors who can review your swing video and provide online instructions or drills to help you make the most out of your game. These instructions are at a fraction of what you would pay at your course, or local professional. All the instructions for ease of use are on the website at the Video Instruction link.
There is also the ongoing video review of some of our favorite courses we play here in Southern California. These are fun and informative from a player’s perspective, with both a professional and an amateur playing side by side, so you get a sense of what it means to play from 300 plus yards out off the tee, and for the rest of us who struggle to get past 250 yards. It does make a difference doesn’t it?
We invite you to pay us a visit at: www.golfjunkys.com and sign up for the Forums to get the most out of the site. Of course, as with any website, we invite your comments to bring added content, value and fun for all. See you there!
CB Maxwell, 209-533-8291