Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

March 20, 2014

PING names Golf Capital Learning Center professional Greg Wyatt to Top 100 National Fitters of the Year

CROSSVILLE — Club-fitting pioneer and leader PING announced a new program that distinguishes its Top 100 National Fitters of the Year.

The awards salute those authorized PING Fitters who have demonstrated the highest commitment to custom fitting and the promotion of its benefits to golfers of all abilities.  

“Because of their expertise, these fitters are helping golfers across the country realize the benefits of playing custom-fit and custom-built PING equipment,” said John A. Solheim, PING Chairman & CEO. “On top of that, they offer exceptional customer service that builds trust and loyalty in their golf operation and the PING brand. We’ll continue to support them with ongoing training and education, plus innovative new fitting tools, software and research. These fitters can serve an important role, bringing more people to the sport by demonstrating how properly fit equipment helps them play better and enjoy the game more.” 

Along with the service of PGA instruction, Greg Wyatt has been a Certified PING Fitter and Technical Representative for the past ten years at Golf Capital Learning Center in Crossville. His expertise combined with TrackMan, the most advanced swing analysis and ball tracking technology in the industry, provides customers with the best club-fitting experience available. Wyatt was named PING Regional Fitter of the Year in 2007 as well.

Solheim said PING offers its certified fitting accounts a growing array of tools and software to dial in a more precise fit while making the process easy, cost-effective and convenient. They include the Advanced Fitting System Interchangeable Fitting Cart; the iPING® putter app; a new putter-fitting package, and both nFlight and nFlight Mobile fitting software. The newest tool, available April 1, is nFlight Motion, a device that clips onto a driver shaft and recommends a driver model, loft and shaft after only three swings. 

Winners were chosen based on points earned across several criteria and disciplines, including custom orders, commitment to ongoing training, sustained sales growth, use of PING tools and technologies, and support of the entire PING product line.  

 

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