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Full Swing Named One of The National Golf Foundation’s Top 100 Businesses

 

Full Swing Top 100 Businesses in Golf

 

(San Diego, CA). – Full Swing, the premier sports simulator technology and entertainment company, has been named to the National Golf Foundation’s Top 100 Businesses in Golf List. The NGF GOLF 100 was created by the NGF to recognize the most successful, innovative and influential companies and organizations in the game, across a wide variety of categories. With eight different industry segments represented, the U.S.-centric NGF GOLF 100 offers comprehensive insight across all sectors including apparel and equipment companies, turf equipment and supply companies, course builders and management companies, as well as industry associations, media, retail and technology.

Full Swing is the industry leader in cutting edge sports simulator technology, providing the most accurate and truly realistic indoor golf experience on the market. Full Swing’s simulators, which use a Patented Dual Tracking Technology to produce realistic ball flight data, are found in the homes of major champions like Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods, Jason Day, Jim Furyk and Padraig Harrington.

Eight distinct weighted criteria were taken into consideration when assessing individual companies and organizations for the NGF GOLF 100; Financial success was a key component based on an evaluation of annual revenue, overall growth rate and trajectory. Additionally, companies were assessed on their influence throughout the golf industry, their innovations, their prominence and leadership both within the sport and their category, and their contribution to the growth and vitality of the game.

“Full Swing is excited and grateful to be included in the NGF GOLF 100,” said Ryan Dotters, CEO of Full Swing. “During the past few years, we have established Full Swing as a premiere product in the sports simulation category, and on behalf of my team, we are honored to be listed amongst the incredible group of diverse and inspiring companies celebrated by the National Golf Foundation.”