Owner and Inventor = Roger Kleinschmidt
111 N. Pompano Beach Blvd. #1005, Pompano Beach FL, 33062
Cell = 561-353-6392; Home/office = same = (561) 353-6392
e-mail = Golforefun@gmail.com
Our company started up in 1996 and is registered with the Florida Dept. of State. We are the inventors (patent # 5,746,332) of a ball cradle shelf which is utilized in all of our displays. Our headquarters, manufacturing facility, and cabinet maker are all located in Pompano Beach, FL.
We use two vendors to build our products. Both are established, reputable companies that have a large clientele. One vacuum forms the white Polyvinyl Chloride Film ball shelves and the second makes the displays. We supply the display vendor with the files of our backpanel specifications. They groove and cut out our back panels on their computer controlled XY cutting tables. Their staff of around forty employees also does all the assembly, polishing, and packaging of the displays. This reduces handling and maintains the high quality of our products. Turnaround times of about twenty business days are normal.
As for my background, I spent 32 years as an electrical engineer for IBM and was one of the original four who invented the forerunner to the IBM Personal Computer back in 1978. Those proved to be the classic "good old days" as now it's just my daily round of golf, collecting balls, trading stories with fellow collectors, and enjoying my small but thriving logo golf ball and displays business. Maybe these are the great new days!
In summary, our products provide more function, are very eye-catching, and are competitively priced with current displays. Our company phone number is (561) 353-6392. Please call if you have any questions or want to place an order. Thanks.
2016 PGA Merchandise Show putter of the year award:
This annual event held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL is always a treat to go to as all the new golf merchandise for the upcoming year is displayed. It is like being a kid again, and in a candy store. This year saw the introduction of bigger grips, training guides, innovative tees, and, best of all, many new putters. Yea! The Show attendance was thriving again and a nice sight/feeling that the industry was making valiant recovery. I thought it was very well received by those who attended. It was an exciting show.
Okay, folks, here is the winner of my annual putter testing contest to select the best and most innovative putter of the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show.
Drum roll, please: And the winner is PING's revitalized Anser-2 putter!
This is a restoration of their great Anser 2 first introduced in 1966. I had one and used it to win many amateur tournaments so seeing this again just sent my little heart into pitter patter land. :) It is now upgraded to modern technology. Yea!
"The new models feature True-Roll face technology, which delivers unmatched ball-speed consistency, the key to holing more putts and reducing three-putts. They offer the classic lines, solid feel and ease of alignment that have made the Anser the winningest model in golf history. "
The wonderful result is that you just plain make more putts. Try one.
You can see them and order directly from their web site:
And now the best fitness and fun treat of the Show:
Another highlight of the Show was the introduction of The Golf Bike. It is a bicycle equipped to hold a set of golf clubs and then ride your way around the golf course. What a great choice for our up and coming young golfers and a wonderful way to incorporate fitness and speed into your golf game! Hey, even for a retired young timer like me, this is a great choice. Obviously, a course has to offer renting these bikes so finding a club will be an early challenge. I can't wait to get over to the Killearn Country Club & Inn in Tallahassee to try it out. Thank you, general manager Lori Wilkey and inventor Todd May, for giving us that opportunity there at Killearn.
You can follow them on facebook at www.facebook.com/TheGolfBikeWebsite: www.TheGolfBike.com
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