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Trick Shot King wows the crowds on his Celtic Tour
Jeremy Dale, The Trick Shot King, entertained crowds across Scotland and Ireland this month with an array of his amazing right and left-handed golf shots.
The UK's only ambidextrous trick shot artist toured Scotland and the Emerald Isle as part of a Srixon-sponsored promotional tour, visiting famous courses such as Royal Troon, Dalmahoy, Murcar, County Sligo and The K Club, scene of Europe's last Ryder Cup win in 2006.
Dale's repertoire included his Happy Gilmore -shot, taken from the film in which an ice hockey player runs at the ball for every shot, and the Vertical Driver, where Dale hits a ball 300-feet straight up into the air from a high tee.
But it is Dale's ability to switch hands and hit great shots right or left-handed that is the key to his shows. He has been described as two golfers in one body and, remarkably, there is little difference in the left or right-handed swings.
Dale said: "This was the second Celtic Tour we've done and just like last year, the crowds were very welcoming. The kids especially were very keen to try the trick-shots. In fact I have heard from a number of clubs I visited that attendance at junior lessons has increased as all the kids want to try trick shots."
Leslie Hepsworth, Srixon managing director for the UK and Ireland, added: "We have been delighted with this year's Srixon Celtic Tour events and as always Jeremy's show has been a huge hit with everyone who came along and an excellent showcase for Srixon's products.''


June 24, 2009

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