High school golfers’ invention creates media buzz and buyers delight
ATTLEBORO, Mass. – Three friends on the Bishop Feehan High School golf team in Attleboro, Mass., invented the Caddy-Clean golf club cleaner. Kyle, Joshua, & Alex felt there must be a better way to clean their clubs than using a brush, spit and the front of Kyle’s T-shirt. Their desire and motivation to clean their clubs faster led to the invention of Caddy-Clean.
The trio of young, high-energy entrepreneurs caught the attention of several national media outlets as they enthusiastically pitched nearly every attendee that walked past Caddy-Clean’s booth. Golf Channel featured the product on a “Morning Drive” segment on Thursday during PGA Show week.
“I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love stories like this,” wrote John Barba of MyGolfSpy, “They’re kids – if you like it, go buy one.”
Caddy-Clean combines all the elements of efficient cleaning tools into one quick, convenient and effective device. The self-contained unit provides the following: spray bottle, scratch free scrub pad, brass groove shapers and fold out brass brush (that won’t scratch or wear down grooves) neatly organized in a durable carrying chassis. Caddy-Clean is easily accessible and attaches to your golf bag with a durable hook and recoiling tether. An 18-inch x 20-inch premium golf towel is also included to complete the package.
“The results of the PGA Show exceeded our expectations,” beamed proud father and financial backer, Jason Macari, President of Caddy-Clean. “We exhibited at the Show hoping to prove our concept – to completely sell out and receive a purchase order from one of golf’s top retailers was incredibly exciting.”
Having a clean clubface can improve ball contact by more than 80 percent. Clean grooves put correct spin on the ball and allow you to manipulate the ball. Even one piece of dirt can change the directional path of the ball. Caddy-Clean, the All-In-One club cleaner was designed to make club cleaning fast, easy and convenient, all within the palm of your hand.
SPRAY, SCRUB, SCRAPE and WIPE. In four easy steps, Caddy-Clean has your clubs looking as good as a tour caddy would. Spray the clubface with water or soapy water (lasts more than 500 sprays), scrub clubface with non-scratch scrub pad, scrape the grooves with the pointed or flat tool, scrub face with brass brush. Wipe off, and enjoy a clean club.
The messy frustration of cleaning your golf clubs is over! Caddy-Clean is now available for $24.99. For more information, or to purchase, go to www.caddy-clean.com.
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