The industry’s leading golf fitness brand is donating a portion of its sales between Armed Forces Day and Labor Day.
(Aspen, Colorado) – GolfForever, the leading home golf fitness training system that helps golfers play without limits, begins an expanded focus on honoring our country’s armed forces personnel and their families with a limited-time sale promotion of the popular Swing Trainer golf trainer. From Armed Forces Day (May 20, 2023) to Memorial Day (May 29, 2023), $10 from every Swing Trainer sold on GolfForever.com will be donated to Folds of Honor and the Veteran Golfers Association (VGA). These proceeds will be split equally between the two organizations. All buyers will also receive a free 30-day subscription to the GolfForever golf training app, rated 4.8 by the App Store.
The influential and influential Folds of Honor Foundation is a renowned non-profit organization founded by Lieutenant Colonel Dan Rooney that provides educational scholarships to the spouses and children of servicemen who have died or become disabled while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Starting in 2022, Folds of Honor has expanded its mission to include first responders. VGA, founded in 2014 by retired Army Captain Joshua Peyton, is a nationally recognized organization dedicated to enriching the lives of veterans and their family members through the camaraderie and sportsmanship of golf. GolfForever partnered with both organizations in 2022, and this sales promotion is the first of many strategic and promotional activities the golf fitness brand will launch in 2023.
“We greatly value our relationship with Folds of Honor and the Veteran Golfers Association and are constantly looking for ways to support their efforts and honor their members. This introductory promotion is one of many initiatives our GolfForever team will use to bring awareness to these important organizations,” said Jon Levy, GolfForever Vice President of Communications and Strategic Partnerships. “It has been a pleasure working closely with both groups and we are honored to play a small role in promoting their support for the military and their families.”
GolfForever is the first golf training program to take an approach to home exercise equipment combined with streaming instruction that tailors each golfer’s exercise routine specifically for him, based on a proprietary test of strength and flexibility. Boasting an asymmetric resistance training bar that can be easily anchored at home, at the gym, or on the golf course, the GolfForever Swing Trainer is a three-in-one training tool that adds high-quality resistance bands with handles and a D3 swing optimized for weight-wise heavy warm-up club. All three applications, combined with instruction from golf-specializing fitness and medical experts, directly affect strength, mobility, and movement patterns in your golf swing.
GolfForever has seen tremendous growth since the launch of its physical tent product, now used by over 200 pros, including the 2021-22 PGA Tour Player of the Year and World No. 1 golfer Scottie Scheffler – a daily GolfForever user – as well as the Ryder 2023 Cup Captain Zach Johnson and four-time PGA Tour winner Ryan Palmer starting a pilot program with Invited and landing at top golf stores such as Dick’s Sporting Goods, Golf Galaxy and PGA Tour Superstore.
Retailing for $199.99, the Swing Trainer includes a 44.5-inch training bar; two strong, soft, sweat-resistant 15-inch rubber grips with five specialized training zones; two easy-to-attach polymer carabiners; light-to-medium-duty latex training cords with nylon protective sleeves; universal nylon door anchor; two replaceable balls with weights for warm-up and speed training; two interchangeable handles that transform training lines into universal resistance bands used during warm-ups and training in the GolfForever application; and 30 days of full access to the GolfForever app for free.
For more information and to support the Folds of Honor and the Veteran Golfers Association with your Swing Trainer purchase, please visit golfforever.com.