Wednesday, February 25, 2009

SYNLawn and Dave Pelz Announce Strategic Partnership to Help Golfers Improve Their Game with the Most Advanced Synthetic Putting Green Systems

/PRNewswire/ -- SYNLawn, the innovator of today's most advanced synthetic grass technology, has forged a strategic partnership with former NASA physicist and renowned golf short game guru Dave Pelz. Marking the first time comprehensive science and research will be applied to synthetic putting green performance, golfers at all skill levels will benefit as Pelz continues to research and test SYNLawn golf systems at his one-of-a-kind test facility in Austin, Texas. Together, Pelz and SYNLawn are working to create the world's most effective putting green systems with unprecedented golf performance.

"High quality, accessible practice areas with minimal upkeep allow golfers an opportunity to incorporate quality practice in their daily lives. This is not only good for their games -- it's good for THE game," Pelz explained. "I'm excited about this -- it's much more than an endorsement, it's a partnership that benefits individuals, their families and the industry. I'm hoping this long-term partnership will transform the way golfers practice on synthetic grass putting green systems."

Pelz's technical knowledge has already improved the games of thousands of amateur golfers as well as dozens of players on the PGA and LPGA Tours. He employs his own Pelz Golf Institute research and innovative instruction to help golfers worldwide improve. Nine of Pelz's professional students, including three-time major winner Phil Mickelson, have won major championships.

"My full-time job is golf research and helping golfers to play better. Now, with SYNLawn, we plan to deliver the best overall golf system that combines great products and unparalleled installation techniques," said Pelz.

Performance-tested synthetic grass systems allow putting greens to be used as a viable teaching aid, and not just a novelty item for one's backyard. The industry leader in golf and other landscape applications, SYNLawn has used advanced nylon technologies to offer golfers superior resiliency and a true ball roll.

"Our goal is to deliver the best products with the best installations," said Lou Ziebold, president of SYNLawn. "Grounded in real data rather than rhetoric, this partnership with Dave Pelz will help anyone improve their golf game by practicing on scientifically enhanced putting green systems."

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