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PinSeeker Expands Internationally!

PinSeeker Expands Internationally!

PinSeeker is now live in The British Isles, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and India! This opens the door for more competition in our closest-to-the-pin tournaments, so keep and eye out for new names on the leaderboard. For now users compete in free tournaments for swag and clout! Cheers 🍻

PinSeeker Launches In The British Isles

PinSeeker Launches In The British Isles

We are now live in both Great Britain and Ireland, bringing international closest-to-the-pin competition to the British Isles! This opens the door for more competition in our tournaments, so keep and eye out for new names on the leaderboard. For now, they can compete in free tournaments for swag and bragging rights. Cash tournaments will […]

Say Goodbye To Your Chunk Or Thin

Say Goodbye To Your Chunk Or Thin

Probably the most desired outcome of golfers when they get a lesson is more distance. While most players think that they need a better path or better hand position, the root cause of lost distance is solid contact. If players start to really focus on contact and nothing else, that alone should transform your game!  Curing Your […]

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