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Impact Press' innovative training iron designed to help golfers achieve a Tour-caliber impact position

Impact Press Golf will launch at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla.

Hackettstown, N.J. (January 7, 2020) – Impact Press Golf will officially launch at the 67th PGA Merchandise Show, January 21-24, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Booth #2190.

“I am pleased to introduce the Impact Press training iron at the world’s largest golf exhibition and to the large audience of PGA professionals and instructors,” said Bill Schmedes III, inventor and owner. “The Impact Press training iron will help golfers of all ages and abilities not only improve their impact position but more importantly improve the key components prior to impact. The result provides golfers with improved contact, better ball control and a tour caliber impact position.”

The Impact Press training iron will retail for $99. The PGA Show special price will be $75.00.

Bill Schmedes III, is a PGA teaching professional and one of the top golf coaches in the U.S. He was voted by Golf Digest as one of the Best Young Teachers in America (2016-2019) and is also recognized as one of the Best Teachers in New Jersey. Golf Tips Magazine named Bill to their Top 30 Instructor list, US Kids has named him a Top 50 Kids Coach honorable mention in the USA, and Future Champions Golf awarded him a Top 25 Elite Junior Coach in the USA as well as a Master Coach. Bill has been featured in GOLF Magazine, Golf Digest, Golf Tips Magazine, MET Golfer and The Golf Channel. He has assisted 16+ players on the PGA, LPGA, European, Korn Ferry and Symetra Futures Tours. Bill is a full time instructor and operates his teaching academy at both Forsgate Country Club, Monroe Township, New Jersey, and Shackamaxon Country Club, Scotch Plains, New Jersey.

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About Impact Press Golf:
The Impact Press is a new training iron with a revolutionary design that makes a golfer react to its innovative club head design. With a red indicator on the hosel and a green indicator on the top line of the club head, golfers will quickly learn to go from “red to green” in their golf swing. Proper use and training with the Impact Press club helps golfers improve their impact position by improving the pitch of the shaft in the downswing and pushing the hands forward at impact. This provides a golfer with an improved low point of the swing, improved dynamic loft at impact, improved contact and, most importantly, better ball control. For more information, please visit www.ImpactPressGolf.com.

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