FTR CADDYTREK NEWSLETTER, VOL 3 ISSUE 5

Newsletter

Author: Chad Gray

“It took me seventeen years to get 3,000 hits in baseball.  
I did it in one afternoon on the golf course” – Babe Ruth

2nd Annual CaddyTrek Giveaway!
 

Be sure to enter our 2015 CaddyTrek Giveaway contest. To enter visit our website or or social media platforms. Drawing held at the end May. Tell your friends!

Tips and Tricks 
  1.  If you are standing with your handset directly pointed between the sensors, it is possible to call your unit from up to 10 feet.                                                       
  2. If you watch your line of direction as you walk, it will help you better control the movements of your unit.  

The Importance of Warm Up Exercises

 

Proper warm up is essential for peak performance in any sport, especially for golf. Athletes always go through a pre-game warm up prior to any sporting event and so should golfers!  For example, by the time tour professionals step onto the first tee, they are fully prepared to make their best swings from the opening tee shot.

 

Get to the course an hour early to allow time to complete your warm up at a leisurely pace, don’t feel rushed otherwise your muscles will tense up. Remember, your warm up routine sets the tempo for the day, move slowly and relax. 

 

Visit the driving or practice range and hit 20 to 35 balls beginning with wedges to short irons to long irons or fairway woods then lastly to your driver. If you play the first 5 holes that would be about 15 to 20 shots taken, so the practice range eliminates having to warm up on those first 4 to 5 holes.

 

If there is no range but a practice green, then take the opportunity to at least roll a dozen or more putts on the green. Start from a close range of 3 to 4 feet and work back from there, taking putts from a variety of different approaches.

 

After you get some practice time in you should have a much greater chance of making par on one of those first few opening holes. 

 

Remember, every player in every sport warms up before they start their event, so make this your new routine before every round this year and enjoy some better golf.

 

Richard Nagle, Contributing Writer

About Us

CaddyTrek aims to make a golfer’s game better than ever using smart technology. We aspire to deliver the most successful products and services with the mission of adding value to the lives of our customers. Tell us how we are doing at info@caddytrek.com.
FTR Systems, Inc.
6402 Montessouri St.
Las Vegas, NV 89113
(702) 982-6598

Customer Testimonial

I have become a raving fan regarding your product as it is far superior to any other remote caddy on the market!
 
D’Ondre – Colorado

This Week’s Giveaway

 

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Facebook page for this week’s giveaway promotion. 

 

Weekly Golf Blog

Our resident golf geek, Richard Nagle, will be posting a weekly blog on the CaddyTrek website.  

Richard is a PGA Pro and will share some of his insights on the game over the coming months.  

This week, read Rich’s article Born to Play, Born to Walk

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