DEWIZ ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR NB3 FOUNDATION AND NOTAH BEGAY III JUNIOR GOLF NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Malmö, Sweden: deWiz has announced an extension of its junior golf support programs with a sponsorship of the Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship and ongoing support for Notah Begay’s NB3 Foundation, a leading non-profit focused on improving Native American children’s health. deWiz, a revolutionary wearable tech that helps analyze golf swings, will be featured in the Championship’s coverage on Golf Channel on Wednesday, December 8 from 7-9 PM ET.
deWiz is committed to giving back to golf through its roster of global ambassadors and their charities, including the Bryson DeChambeau Charitable Foundation, Annika Foundation, Lanto Charity Fund (Lanto Griffin), Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship and other events.
Laszlo Varga, CEO of deWiz Golf:
“Giving back to the golf community is an integral aspect of deWiz’s culture, so we take great pride in supporting our global ambassadors and partners’ initiatives – especially across junior golf. Notah has been a trusted advisor as we have developed the technology for deWiz and introduce it to the golf industry. It is an honor to support Notah’s commendable efforts, not only within the Native American community, but his commitment to making junior golf competitions more accessible.”
Notah Begay III
“Golf technology plays a critical role in today’s game. The instant feedback provided by deWiz will give junior golfers at the NB3 Junior Golf National Championship and the NB3 Foundation important information that will speed up learning. It’s wonderful to collaborate with partners like deWiz as we expand the footprint of golf.”
BUZZWORTHY TECH: Debuting this past summer, deWiz’s introduction has already created a “buzz” with it being described by Forbes as looking to bring a “jolt to the golf training aid market;” profiled in Sweden’s leading financial media, Dagens Industri ; featured in Sport Techie’s Startups series; and showcased by Global Golf Post. Additionally, Golf.com profiled both Vijay Singh’s use of deWiz to lengthen his backswing and Annika Sörenstam’s two tempo tips.
DEVELOPED BY EXPERTS, TESTED BY PROS: deWiz’s has been under development for more than five years to create a wearable technology tracks the exact position of a golfer’s hands throughout the swing, providing a 3D analysis and delivers data showing Transition, Backswing Length, Wedge Distance and Tempo via a user-friendly app. These unique deWiz data points provide measurable values that any avid golfer, professional teacher or world-class player can use to effectively refine their swing. The deWiz Global ambassadors roster currently includes Bryson DeChambeau, U.S. Open champion from 2020; Annika Sorenstam, 10-time major-champion; Vijay Singh, 3-time major-champion; Lydia Ko, 2-time major champion; 2016 Open-champion Henrik Stenson; 2019 Houston Open-champion Lanto Griffin; 2-time world champion in long drive, Tim Burke, and former PGA of America National Teacher of the Year Martin Hall. To access videos on all of deWiz’s features, past webinars on how to optimize your deWiz experience and testimonials, please visit deWiz’s YouTube Channel.
ABOUT DEWIZ GOLF
As a Swedish developed and produced product, deWiz is focused on its mission to help golfers around the world increase their enjoyment of the game through innovative technology that increases their pace of learning. Developed in Malmö by cofounders Markus Westerberg (PGA Professional, Ljunghusen Golfklubb) and Christian Bergh, deWiz is now produced in Lund, Sweden. deWiz sells for $699 and is available in the U.S., Canada, Europe and South Korea (more markets are opening regularly – visit the site for the latest updates). Visit dewizgolf.comfor more information on how to improve your swing faster or download the app to demonstrate its features via the Apple App Store or Google Play.
David Schaefer, Head of Marketing and Communications, deWiz Golf, David@dewizgolf.com, +46702877637