Gary Player Partners with Revolution Golf to Produce Promotional Video
February 26, 2013
Golfing icon Gary Player and Black Knight International have announced a multi-year partnership with Revolution Golf, allergist an online golf learning website, ed to produce a comprehensive instructional golf media series with the Black Knight.
The instructional multimedia production and DVD box set, titled “A Game For Life,” is scheduled for release soon and will feature the keys to the Grand Slam winner’s success with instruction, tips, and advice acquired through his illustrious 60-year professional career.
“I have had a wonderful time filming with the Revolution Golf team and I am excited to share all the ins and outs on and off the course that helped my golfing career,” said Gary Player. “My biggest hope is to inspire viewers to get out on the course, practice the correct techniques to lower their handicap, and most of all enjoy the game.”
Player brings his unparalleled knowledge to Revolution Golf’s lineup of highly respected players and coaches, which includes top American instructor Jim McLean. The addition of Player is an exciting development for Revolution Golf’s portfolio on a global scale.
“Being able to add a world renowned golfer of Gary Player’s caliber to the Revolution Golf team is thrilling,” said Justin Tupper, Revolution Golf Co-Founder and CEO. “The level of fun, entertainment, and education that Gary Player brings to this instructional series will greatly appeal to the more than 1 million current RevolutionGolf.com subscribers and will surely inspire millions of new and long-standing golfers worldwide who are seriously interested in improving their game through lessons on golf technique and life in general from one of the all-time greats.”
“We are truly excited about teaming with Revolution Golf to create a phenomenal production giving a complete look into Gary Player’s three dimensional golf and fitness philosophies,” said Marc Player, CEO of Black Knight International. “Revolution Golf offers the best model for instructional multimedia and we are excited to see the finished product as soon as possible.”