Razor Golf Company chose the 25th Anniversary ING Spring Conference as a launch pad for its’ new putting training product, the Sorcerer Laser Putter. Attendees at the conference at Mission Inn Resort & Club earlier this month were among the first to see this new product.
Razor Golf’s Sorcerer won the ING Conference Best honors in the Products category, determined by vote of conference attendees. It won by one vote over two other products that tied for second – Knuth Golf’s popular High Heat driver and the Swingclick training aid.
In the Publications category, Golfstyles Magazine-Philadelphia was voted No. 1 by attendees, finishing just ahead of FORE Georgia and Fairways.
The ING Spring Conference is conducted by the non-profit International Network of Golf. Products and publications being exhibited at the conference are eligible to win the ING Conference Best award. Attendees voted throughout the week on the product and publication that they felt were best at the conference.
The Sorcerer Laser Putter was designed by Michael R. Vandiver and Jody Reed.
By placing parallel lasers in the face of the putter at precisely the correct angle the Sorcerer Laser Putter shows the golfer the exact line that the putter face is pointing and the angle of the face at address. This provides perfect alignment and face angle reducing “skidding.”
“The reason most golfers struggle with their putting is that their alignment is incorrect,” said Vandiver. “The “Sorcerer” Laser Putter will help golfers correct that alignment issue. It is accurate at any distance and works indoors or outdoors.”
Golfstyles has been publishing its golf and lifestyle magazine for over 20 years. Tony Leodora is editor of the Philadelphia edition of Golfstyles, the one chosen by ING attendees as the top publication. It marks the second time this publication has captured this award in the past four years.