The Men’s Golf Team at Coastal Carolina University has added the Dead Zero Pro to their bags.
Coastal Carolina’s Men’s Golf team becomes the first college golf team to incorporate the Dead Zero Putting Disk into their training routine. They plan to have multiple Dead Zero Pro model disks available for daily putting practice and to help them chart greens prior to tournament play. The Dead Zero Pro helps all golfers build confidence to make more putts inside eight to ten feet in addition to accurately determining green slope and fall line.
“In working with and talking to Eric Johnson, Director of Instruction at Oakmont Country Club, he mentioned several times the value that the Dead Zero Putting Disk could have for college golfers. He should know having been a four-year letterman at Mississippi State,” states Eric Schmitt, Creator and President of the Dead Zero Putting Disk. Coastal Carolina’s Men’s Golf team put the Dead Zero Putting Disk into action at last week’s Tar Heel Intercollegiate in Chapel Hill, NC where they finished 2nd.