Dancin’ Dogg Golf Launches Instructional Vignette Series on Golf Channel

Dancin’ Dogg Golf Launches Instructional Vignette Series on Golf Channel Featuring
Tour Star / TV Analyst Roger Maltbie and PGA Teacher of the Year Mike Malaska

Segments Showcase Game-Improvement Aspects of Affordable In-Home Golf Simulator

(TRAVERSE CITY, MI)—Dancin’ Dogg Golf—maker of the OptiShot Infrared Simulator, the ultimate in-home virtual golf system—announces it has launched a series of instructional vignettes on Golf Channel featuring Tour star / TV analyst Roger Maltbie and PGA Teacher of the Year Mike Malaska that the network will begin airing this week.

Showcasing tips and drills that are perfect for players of all abilities, the segments address some of the most common areas for game improvement. Lessons include increasing clubhead speed, managing distance on shots, establishing a pre-shot routine, controlling the clubface and preventing a slice.

“Each exercise is drawn directly from Roger and Mike’s decades of experience competing against, commentating on and teaching the game’s best players,” says Brandon Theophilus, CEO of Dancin’ Dogg Golf. “OptiShot is an important, fun vehicle for game improvement with immediate feedback to aid your progress—using your own clubs, from the comfort of home.”

Each one-minute segment highlights OptiShot’s incredibly realistic graphics and enhanced shot feedback that provides clubhead speed, face angle, swing path, distance, tempo, face contact and ball flight. Ideal for use on OptiShot’s driving range or in practice mode on any of its courses, the lessons will also be available at http://www.OptiShotGolf.com.

OptiShot ($399.95) connects with Windows computers via a plug-and-play interface and requires only 8-1/2 feet of swing space. Up to four players per round can compete by hitting real balls, foam balls (provided) or no ball at all. Infrared sensors on a durable swing pad provide precise analysis for each shot and detailed statistics tracking that can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet.

In addition to Core courses that come with the system, OptiShot users can purchase a wide range of premium layouts ($49.95), including replicas of major championship venues and PGA Tour sites such as Atlanta Highlands, Capitol Club, Cogs Corner, Jones Lake, Monterey Classic, Old Scot, Ponte Vedra, Royal St. Marks and Whispering Dunes.

About Dancin’ Dogg Golf

Based in Traverse City, MI, Dancin’ Dogg Golf was founded in 2005 and specializes in developing innovative technologies. The company was recently ranked one of America’s fast-growing entrepreneurial companies by Inc. Magazine, placing No. 358 on the prestigious Inc. 500 list for 2011. That increase was fueled by exceptional demand for OptiShot, a fun, accurate, affordable and easy-to-use golf simulator that allows players to improve their games from the comfort of home. Other distinctions earned by the company include winning SoreGolf’s 2010 Research & Development Award.

Dancin’ Dogg’s product range is highlighted by the OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulator and its expanding library of world class courses that golfers play anytime, anywhere. Durable and built to last, OptiShot comes with a 180-day warranty and has been heralded by leading authorities nationwide, including GOLF Magazine, Golfweek, Sports Illustrated, Wired and Golf Channel.

For more information: http://www.dancindogg.com, http://www.facebook.com/dancindogg, 866.941.3644.

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