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 Rankings. In January 2014, Vaughn was an alternate for the AT&T Golf Tournament, where he met RoboGolfPro CEO and Director of Instruction Scot W.R. Nei, at Pebble Beach Golf Academy. After deciding to stay on site and train for a full week with Scot, he purchased a RoboGolfPro of his own. After night and day results within an hour on RoboGolfPro, doing massive exaggerations, he has now been in contention at multiple events and within reach of his full PGA Tour Status.
This week at the RBC Canadian Open, Scot W. R. Nei, CEO and Director of Instruction, RoboGolfPro and Former PGA Nationwide Tour Player, David Morland IV, who is also currently training on the RoboGolfPro to regain his PGA Tour status, are in Spectator Village doing demos on the RoboGolfPro.
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