Feb. 20, 2012
Exsite Golf, creator of the patented Practice / Tee Brush, will join the American Junior Golf Association as a Tournament Partner at 10 events during the 2012 season, the AJGA announced Monday.
“The AJGA is very excited to partner with Exsite Golf,” said Jason Etzen, AJGA chief business officer. “As the Preferred Practice / Tee Brush of the AJGA, Exsite Golf will provide a unique training tool we believe all AJGA members could benefit from using.”
Exsite Golf will provide Practice / Tee Brushes at 10 select events on the AJGA schedule in 2012. Extolling the benefits of clean grooves during training, the Practice / Tee Brush allows a player to clean their clubface after each shot while practicing or warming up. While traditional cleaning methods remove approximately 45 percent of debris, the Practice / Tee Brush provides almost complete coverage, removing 90-95 percent of clubface particles.
“Golf at this level is about getting results. Bringing awareness to junior golfers of a device that will allow them to obtain the best results possible while honing in on their game is what is most important to us,” said Chris Cieri, CEO of Exsite Golf. “We couldn’t be happier with our partnership with the AJGA and look forward with great anticipation to this year’s events.”
Exsite Golf is the exclusive supplier of the unique Practice / Tee Brush club cleaning device. The ground-mounted brush allows players to clean their clubface between shots as they warm-up, practice or take instruction. Ideal for any golf club, course or practice facility with a grass teeing area, the brush also can be utilized as a tee station divider and tee marker. Designed with a logo plate, customized decals can feature any image including a club crest, tournament specific logo, educational message or swing tip. Also available in a personal model, the Practice / Tee Brush is portable so players can take it with them wherever they go to play or practice. The Practice / Tee Brush suits any level player and makes a great gift or tournament tee prize. Learn more by visiting www.exsitegolf.com