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March

Come Meet for a Demo at Seattle PGA Show

RoboGolfPro will be at the Seattle Golf Show!

Get ready for the best swing trainer you will ever see! The RoboGolfPro is a robotic swing trainer that allows golfers to feel their ideal swing, pitch, chip and putt. You will be amazed at how this tool can help improve your golf game. The RoboGolfPro will physically guide you through the perfect swing for your ability and physique.

Jeff Shaw is the only PGA Pro in the Northwest who offers private instruction with this robotic swing trainer. While you are at The Seattle

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February

Listen Back: RoboGolfPro Instructor Mike Schy on Sirius XM PGA Tour

RoboGolfPro is quickly becoming an internationally recognized brand, with locations worldwide racing to purchase a RoboGolfPro of their own. One of the latest training facilities to obtain a unit is the Mike Schy Golf Performance Institute located at Dragonfly Club in Madera, California.

As the current coach of the 2015 NCAA and US Amateur Champion, Mike Schy is always looking for the latest and greatest in training technology to help his students reach their goals.

On February 16th, Schy was on PGA Sirius XM where discussed the benefits of RoboGolfPro and how it has become

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February

Vaughn Taylor Wins AT&T Pro Am in Pebble Beach

The 2016 AT&T Pro Am in Pebble Beach concluded on Sunday with a big win for Vaughn Taylor. After edging out Phil Mickelson, Vaughn took the victory where he also regained his tour card – meaning that Vaughn will be heading to the Masters in April.

Sunday’s victory was not only a win for Vaughn Taylor, but also a huge win for RoboGolfPro. Vaughn has been training with Scot Nei and RoboGolfPro for about three years after discovering the training tool at Pebble Beach. After experiencing quick improvement, Vaughn purchased his

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February

RoboGolfPro – Bay Street Academy

RoboGolfPro is pleased to announce that we have launched a pop-up location Downtown Toronto in the heart of the Finance District – RoboGolfPro Bay Street Academy.

From January – April 30th 2016 the RoboGolfPro, previously located at Glen Abbey Golf Course in Oakville, will be located inside the TD Center in the link between TD Tower and Design Exchange.

PGA Instructor Matthew Kane will be providing 30 minute, 60 minute and prepackaged lessons to students in a location that is easily accessible for anyone working in

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19

October

What a close game for Grillo and Na! The Fry’s Open was a tight race for 1st!

What an exciting game.  We were honored to be part of this historical moment for Grillo, but we also had high hopes for Na.  Na has trained on the RoboGolfPro, and of course we were hoping to see a winning finish for him.  It was a tight game and it was a great day for Grillo!  Congratulations to all the players, it was a great week, and we were glad to be part of it.  Check out this great video of Kevin Na on the RoboGolfPro.

Emiliano Grillo landed

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July

Taylor swings into second place by training on the RoboGolfPro

July 23 2015, Oakville ON.

Vaughn Taylor, PGA Tour player and owner of his own RoboGolfPro, is currently in second place in the first round of the RBC Canadian Open at -7. Originating from the land of the Masters, Vaughn is native to Augusta, GA and has grown up in the world of golf. After turning pro in 1999, Vaughn has played in tournaments around the world with two PGA tour wins.

He played on the 2006 Ryder Cup team and has been featured in the top 40 of the Official World

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June

Clint Rice Comments on Chamber’s Bay US Open Practice Round

Two days ago alternate player Clint Rice reportedly had his clubs confiscated during practice for the US Open being held in Chambers Bay.  This report has since been updated and on Thursday, 9:06 p.m. ET: USGA officials said Thursday that they did not confiscate Clint Rice’s clubs, but were asked by Rice to take them back to the clubhouse

USGA chief Mike Davis made headlines a few weeks ago when he said that U.S. Open success would come only to those who became extremely familiar with Chambers Bay.