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Golf Today magazine has been keeping the golfer informed for twenty one years. Scott and I had the pleasure to meet Bob Koczor the publisher/owner or Golf Today magazine during the fall PGA expo held in Las Vegas this past September.
We were riding the elevator to our twelfth floor room, when the gentleman in the elevator with us introduced himself (as Bob Koczor, the owner of Golf Today magazine) and asked about the shoulder device that we were caring. He was very interested in hearing all about the Rotater and promised to come by our booth the following day to try the Rotater for himself.
Bob came by our booth the following day and not only tried the Rotater, but took one with him for further testing and evaluation.
Orlando PGA Expo is huge!
Due to the strong reception that the Rotater received from the golf professionals who attended the Vegas show, we decided that we would take the “big leap” and go to Orlando for the “big” PGA expo. Big is not really the correct word. This event is huge beyond our imagining.
When the doors opened, Bob Koczor was the first person to come by our booth. He had seen Scott in the entrance area and made it a point to come by and speak with us about the Rotater. He also told us that he would be publishing an article about the Rotater.
The Rotater is noted in Golf Today Magazine
(this photo demonstrates how to use the Rotater to stretch external rotation)
If you haven’t seen Golf Today Magazine, then you have missed an online resource that offers in depth information at a price you can afford – free! In addition to that, there are a number of blogs associated with the web site that keep you up-to-date with what’s going on in the golf world – today.
What I really like is the way that they present their digital version of the Golf Today Magazine. Yes, that’s right. You can read the magazine online. And it’s in a real page flipping style – just like hard copy.
Some excerpts from Golf Today magazine about the Rotater
The following excerpts are taken from the article that appeared in the February edition of Golf Today magazine. This link will take you to the page 55 where you can read the entire article (you may have to use the zoom function).
“ …I tried the sample they provided and, at first felt muscles and ligaments and whatever keeps me glued together that I had not felt since my 3 – hour Thai Massage about five years ago.”
“ The Rotater provides Internal and External Rotation for one’s arms and shoulders which, in turn, results in stretching exercises that are key to good golf.”
“The Rotater allows you to get your body fluid enough to do those things and the results are outstanding.”