15 Feb 17
Power Tee has celebrated 21 years in the golf industry in style - by being named one of the most interesting products on display at the recent PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida.
As its name suggests, Power Tee is an automated ball system used in driving ranges and practice facilities.
The company is a PGA Official Supplier and Martin Wyeth, its owner and inventor of the product, said: “Power Tee is a product you really have to see and use to appreciate what it can do for your customers and your business.
“That’s why the PGA Merchandise Show is always a great week for us to exhibit.”
Power Tee is installed in more than 60 per cent of golf ranges in the UK and Ireland and is making significant inroads into the European and US markets.
It is an essential item of equipment at prestigious venues such as St. Andrews, The Belfry, Wentworth Club, Celtic Manor, and Dromoland Castle Golf and Country Club.
In addition, major champions Jim Furyk, and Paul Lawrie plus two time European Tour winner Robert Rock are Power Tee ambassadors.
Wyeth added: “It’s great having them as ambassadors. We are all very proud of the product and what it has achieved over the years and are especially proud of helping to increase participation in golf.”
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