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Tin Cup keys on 4 of instructor’s terms

Initial Launch of Four Word Based Tin Cups

Tin Cup is proud to partner with Michael Breed launching four “word based” cups - Calm, Commit, Dream and Focus to the 2017 Tin Cup line up. These are the initial “swing thought” words that PGA Professional and Golf Channel Presenter, Michael Breed feels will help golfers improve their game.

“We are looking forward to working with Michael on this launch and subsequent word based cups. We have been fans of Michael for many years and think this series of cups will help golfers across the country” said Cabell Fooshe, President, Tin Cup Products.



Michael Breed said “I’m a great believer in the power of words that golfers use as they practice and play golf. I firmly believe in the mental side of the game and these swing thoughts will put golfers in a positive frame of mind as they get in position to make their swing.  The power of positive thinking is enormous when it comes to the game of golf.”  

About Tin Cup Products, LLC

Tin Cup’s patented golf ball marking stencils are crafted from 100 percent stainless steel and Made in the USA. The personalization process takes seconds, placing the Tin Cup over a golf ball and tracing the design using an ultra-fine point permanent marker. In addition to more than 140 existing models, a customization program provides low minimums, affordable pricing and prompt delivery for corporations, charities and events.

Winner of “Best New Product” at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, it has been heralded by leading authorities worldwide, including CBS Sports, Cigar Aficionado, CNN,, Forbes,, Globe & Mail, Golf Business, Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Men’s Journal, People Country,, TODAY Show, USA Today, Yahoo! and many others.

About Michael Breed

For over 30 years this great game of golf has played a starring role in Michael’s personal and professional life. One of Michael’s most recent endeavors includes opening the Michael Breed Golf Academy at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point. Michael received the highest honor of his career when he was chosen as the PGA’s National Teacher of the Year 2012. It is an award that he holds close to his heart and is very proud to be a PGA Professional for over 20 years now. In 2003, he was selected as a Top 100 Instructor in America by GOLF Magazine. In 2011, Michael was voted into the Top 50 Instructors in America by Golf Digest, now ranking 13th on this exclusive list, and #1 in the state of New York.

In 2008, Michael became the host for The Golf Fix on Golf Channel. It originally aired only in the United States. However, now in its ninth season, The Golf Fix is one of the most popular original broadcasts for Golf Channel and can be seen in over 80 countries. Michael also hosts A New Breed of Golf on SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio where he covers the latest headlines around golf and offers listeners swing tips.

Michael hosted The Big Break Academy on Golf Channel and continues to be a part of Golf Channel’s coverage of the Nationwide Tour and PGA Tour serving as an on course commentator, which he has done since 1999. In addition to covering golf for Golf Channel, Michael serves as the Analyst for in its coverage of the PGA Championship, PGA Professional National Championship, and The Ryder Cup.

In addition to all of this, Michael has worked with over 30 PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, Nationwide Tour and Senior Tour players. He serves on several boards for the Metropolitan PGA and has for over 10 years. He has represented the PGA of America at the National Golf Day in Washington D.C. for the past three years. He is also very involved in charities such as the Folds of Honor, Hope for the Warriors, Wounded Warriors Foundation and Salute Military Golf Association.


Nick Green, 301-318-6769