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Sporty Applications Putting Target Practice Indoors

Seasonal golf tournaments will soon be upon us, and golfers looking to sharpen their skills need to look no further than the Putt 2 from 2Targets. The practice device is receiving plenty of attention ...

April 1, 2009   Canadian Plastics



Seasonal golf tournaments will soon be upon us, and golfers looking to sharpen their skills need to look no further than the Putt 2 from 2Targets. The practice device is receiving plenty of attention from collegiate teams that need indoor putting practice.

The putting target owes its weighty feel, resiliency, bright white colour, and smooth, printable surface to KRATON G7720-1 thermoplastic elastomer (TPE).

“The two keys to the Putt 2’s success are design and material,” said 2Targets founder and CEO Donnie Price. “The bell-shaped target has to be molded of a material offering heft for stability, resiliency to repel the ball, a smooth surface finish for printing, and resistance to degradation from UV light.”

KRATON G7720-1 grade is an easy-processing, general-purpose material with 60 Shore A hardness. According to Prince, the Putt 2 has been a hole in one for the company, with a positive response from coaches and collegiate golfers.

“It’s a small, portable target you can put in a golf bag and use in the office, the gym, or at home to improve your putting skills and it’s also an attractive, useful promotional item any golfer would enjoy,” said Prince.

GLS Corp. (McHenry, Ill.);

www.glscorp.com;

1-800-457-8777


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