Several Sponsors Will Be On Display In ING Booth At Myrtle Beach World Amateur
LAKE MARY, FL – Four ING sponsors will be featured in the International Network of Golf/Jamison Golf Group booth at next week’s Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship along the Grand Strand in South Carolina.
The nightly expo is a big part of this annual 72-hole amateur tournament that attracts over 3,200 golfers from around the world. Each night, players and their guests visit the Myrtle Beach Convention Center for food, beverage, entertainment, celebrity appearances and the golf expo, together comprising the World’s Largest 19th Hole.
Jamison Golf Group, a long-running PR & Media Relations company, founded and still manages the non-profit International Network of Golf. ING is golf’s only media-based networking organization, “where media connects with the golf industry.” ING conducts annual media and business awards, hosts the ING Hospitality Room at the PGA Merchandise Show, and facilitates the annual ING Spring Conference, next scheduled for May 31-June 3 at the Valley Forge Casino Resort in King Of Prussia, PA.
Among the ING corporate members taking part in the ING booth in Myrtle Beach are Dunning Golf, New Ground Golf, The Putting Arc and Tour Edge Golf. They are providing prizes for the nightly fantasy scratch-off game and raffle.
DUNNING is named after the company founder, Ralph Dunning, a performance sportswear pioneer and has been engineering fabric with a distinctly modern aesthetic for over 30 years. Dunning is a category of world-class golf apparel inspired by fit, playability, with the goal to become the most technical player specific apparel company in golf.
NEW GROUND GOLF is a small group of longtime industry veterans who took matters into their own hands. NGG makes long irons for those players who prefer an iron to a wood, regardless of handicap. New Ground Irons are confidence inspiring at address, produce high launch and high speed, and can be used off of any turf conditions.
THE PUTTING ARC is a golf training aid that was invented and patented in 2002 and since then has been used on every pro tour around the world. The 1,500 known users have recorded over 1,500 pro wins, won five of the six Olympic golf medals, and have won USGA National Championships in every category.
TOUR EDGE GOLF: In 1986, David Gold founded Tour Edge with a focus on offering golfers high quality and technologically advanced golf products that were as cutting-edge as they were affordable. He is now considered one of the preeminent master club designers in golf, and has led Tour Edge to be a Top 10 manufacturer in every club category.
The tournament runs Monday through Thursday, with activities, including the Expo, each night from 6 to 9 pm. Flight winners advance to the Championship Playoff on Friday.