Following Becky Brewerton’s selection for the 2009 Solheim Cup team, ProStance continued their success on the LPGA and PGA tours.

Newly crowned Ricoh Women’s British Open Champion, Catriona Matthew, and top ten finisher Mika Miyazato, each have used ProStance on their way to success. Both were visitors to ProStance’s stand at the 2009 PGA Merchandise Show, Orlando, for a quick lesson on balance from the ProStance team before taking their own personal ProStance balance aid away with them for practice.

Similarly PGA Champions tour player, Russ Cochran, who finished third at the US Senior Open also has a ProStance of his own.

Used as part of an effective training and practice regime, ProStance affords instant feedback during every swing. As effective for full-swing as it is to chipping and putting, ProStance is a simple balance aid that can be used to highlight where weight is concentrated and tunes the body for improved balance.

With results at the elite end of the game that include improved driving distance by up to 27 yards and reduced putts per round by four strokes, it is clear why over 70 Tour players already trust this unique product including three-time Major winner Padraig Harrington, Paul McGinley and Rory McIlory.

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