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T2Hole is a unique new game improvement system that will help you to improve all aspects of your golf from the tee all the way to the hole. The golf game improvement system is designed to help you to get the most out of your practice sessions and is the only training aid on the market that will enable you hit the ball further and straighter, to chip closer and also to hole a lot more putts. T2Hole was designed and developed in England and is endorsed by top Tour coach, Denis Pugh. "It's absolutely ingenious," said Pugh, who coached Colin Montgomerie for many years, is currently working with both the Molinari brothers and is also a regular presenter on SKY TV. "Quite simply, the T2Hole Golf Improvement System is the most impressive practice aid I have ever seen. Whatever your handicap, whatever you want to improve, driving, chipping, putting or just curing that slice, it will help." The new T2Hole game improvement system is designed to be used at the range, on the practice ground, at home in your garden or wherever else there is room to swing a club. It is also easy to customise meaning you will be in exactly the right position every single time you set up to swing a club. "Practice is good, but only if you're doing it effectively and T2hole will help you to do that," added Pugh. T2Hole is available at a special introductory price of £89.99 including VAT and comes with a free hour- long Denis Pugh instructional DVD that explains how you can use the system to transform your game. For further information on T2Hole log on to T2Hole.com Where next? New PING: New PING equipment Win prizes: Enter and win golf prizes
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