Building the golf swing that’s right for each individual player is a long-term project. The same is true for building a business like Kinexit which is why we really appreciate all the support we get from PGA teachers and coaches,
This week, we’re excited to announce the signing of our first client in California – The Golf Path Academy (GPA) at Richmond Country Club started using Kinexit as of this month. Academy owner Jon Guntrum has over 15 years of
Kinexit is excited to announce Örestad GK and Marie Wennersten-From has started using our services to improve their students’ fitness. Marie was looking for a way to actively integrate fitness into her lessons and group packages to help her students
We’re delighted Mike Tabbert at Ironworks Golf Lab has decided to use Kinexit to help their members and clients grow their game. Mike said this about the decision to use Kinexit:” My goal as an instructor is to help my
Wow, just wow. What an amazing year we’ve had here at Kinexit. We’ve done everything – here are the highlights: Attended the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando – Thank you to Amir Raveh and Itay Gerber for getting us there
In late October this year, the Kinexit team attended the Nordic Golf Show in Malmö. We were fortunate enough to spend extended time with several members of the teaching team at Visby GK, discussing golf, swing technique, equipment, and fitness.
We recently held several webinars with large numbers of PGA Professionals in attendance. In this piece, we list the key take-aways for those of you who missed it. At Kinexit, we talk about three key components for a successful golfer.
Networking and socializing with peers and colleagues have always been a great way of driving success in business. This is why the new tradeshow in the golf industry in the Nordics, ‘Golfens Nordiska Mötesplats’ hosted by Golf and Companies is an important