Partnership Kicks Off with deWiz Onsite at LPGA Professionals National Championship, July 24-27, Kingsmill Resort. deWiz’s New Wearable Tech Revolutionizes Golf Instruction by Delivering Easily Accessible Swing Data and Instant Feedback
deWiz and the LPGA Professionals announced a multi-year proud partnership, which will feature deWiz’s revolutionary wearable tech with the LPGA Professionals’ world-leading women’s golf professional membership. deWiz is a new training aid that seamlessly delivers a comprehensive layer of swing data in real time and instant feedback that is unprecedented for golf instruction by using neuroscience and haptic feedback via an electric pulse.
“As we continue to introduce deWiz to the teaching community, we have been thrilled with the response as more organizations continue to partner with our technology to help their teaching professionals be even more effective. Launch monitors revolutionized golf instruction by providing data-centric insight into impact and ball flight, and deWiz is now adding a new layer of swing data unlike any other technology on the market that helps diagnosis the cause. Teaching professionals immediately recognize the competitive edge deWiz provides and we are eager to work with the LPGA Professionals to introduce the benefits and onboard their members as part of our newly launched Coaches Program,” said Laszlo Varga, CEO, deWiz Golf.
“We are very excited to partner with deWiz to help our LPGA Professionals become even more knowledgeable about the golf swing,” said Nancy Henderson, Chief Teaching Officer and President of the LPGA Foundation. “The LPGA has always shown a forward-thinking approach toward golf instruction by providing their membership with a research-based education platform. deWiz is an obvious choice for the LPGA to align with as their mission and ours are strategically compatible, we are all about helping golfers of all ages and abilities enjoy the game of golf and perform to their highest potential.”
As a Proud Partner of the LPGA Professionals, deWiz will be onsite at the National Championships this week at Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va. to bring the deWiz experience firsthand to attending teaching professionals. Additionally, a series of webinars, Facebook Live events and onboarding resources will be made available to all 1,800 LPGA Professionals as part of this partnership with deWiz.
DEWIZ COACHES PROGRAM: Partnerships with the LPGA Professionals, PGA of Germany, and PGA of Sweden, as well as working directly with hundreds of certified golf professionals, are paving the way as deWiz is increasingly adopted across the global teaching industry. The deWiz Coaches Program provides teaching professionals an innovative new approach to coaching by providing students actionable, real-time data that they can take from the lesson and apply to their own practice, seamlessly monitoring their progress between lessons. The deWiz Coaches Program benefits program includes affiliate revshare programs, access to advance data and dedicated onboarding services for certified golf instructors. To learn more: deWiz Coaches Program or email email@example.com.
DEVELOPED BY EXPERTS, TESTED BY PROS: Under development for more than five years, deWiz tracks the exact position of a golfer’s hands throughout the swing, providing a 3D analysis and delivering data via a user-friendly app that helps any serious golfer or world-class player more consistently hit the ball longer, straighter, and closer, as well as learn faster with deWiz’s patented Learning StimuliÂ. The deWiz Global Ambassadors roster currently includes Bryson DeChambeau, U.S. Open champion from 2020; Annika Sá¶renstam, 10-time major-champion; Vijay Singh, 3-time major-champion; 2016 Open-champion Henrik Stenson; 2021 U.S. Women’s Open champion Yuka Saso; 2019 Houston Open-champion Lanto Griffin; 2-time world champion in long drive, Tim Burke, and former PGA of America National Teacher of the Year Martin Hall. To access videos on all deWiz’s groundbreaking features, instructional webinars, and ambassador testimonials, please visit deWiz’s YouTube Channel.
BUZZWORTHY TECH: Debuting last summer, deWiz’s introduction has already created a “buzz” with it being described by Forbes as looking to bring a “jolt to the golf training aid market;” profiled in Sweden’s leading financial media, Dagens Industri; featured within On the Mark Podcast with Mark Immelman; and showcased by Global Golf Post, Golf Monthly’s Editor’s Choice, and Business Insider. Additionally, Golf.com profiled how Vijay Singh uses deWiz to lengthen his backswing, Annika Sá¶renstam’s uses deWiz to monitor her tempo and Yuka Saso uses deWiz to dial in her wedge game.
ABOUT DEWIZ GOLF: As a Swedish developed and produced product, deWiz is focused on its mission to help golfers around the world increase their enjoyment of the game through innovative technology that increases their pace of learning. Developed in Malmá¶ by co-founders Markus Westerberg (PGA Professional, Ljunghusen Golfklubb) and Christian Bergh, deWiz is now produced in Lund, Sweden. deWiz is available in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan, South Africa, and South Korea (more markets are opening regularly – visit the site for the latest updates). Visit dewizgolf.com for more information on how to consistently hit the ball longer, straighter, and closer or download the free demo app to explore its pioneering swing data via the Apple App Store or Google Play.
ABOUT THE LPGA PROFESSIONALS: The LPGA Professionals, founded in 1959 as an outgrowth of the LPGA Tour, boasts the largest membership of women golf professionals in the world. LPGA Professionals are educators, business leaders and game changers dedicated to growing the game of golf for everyone, certified through a comprehensive curriculum designed to meet the changing needs of the golfing public.
More than 1,800 strong, LPGA Professionals are dedicated to the advancement of golf and serve throughout the golf industry as head professionals, assistant professionals, teaching professionals, directors of golf, owners of golf schools and facilities, golf administrators, college, and high school coaches and more. LPGA Professionals support the LPGA’s various grassroots programs that were created to involve women and youth in golf as well as contribute to the overall growth of the sport. These include LPGA*USGA Girls Golf, LPGA Tour Junior Clinics, the LPGA Lesson Zone, and LPGA Golf 101 programs. For more information, visit www.lpga.com/professionals