SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 23, 2013) - Golf MTRx™, the innovative new mobile app that uses biomechanic analysis to improve swing efficiency, will be discounted 50% during the upcoming Farmers Insurance Open held from January 24-27 at Torrey Pines Golf Course. One dollar from each app purchased during the dates of the tournament will be donated to the San Diego County Junior Golf Association (SDJGA) to support its mission to enrich the lives of youth through education, training and competition.
"The discount is being offered to during this PGA Tour event to allow the SDJGA to receive the greatest number of donations possible," said Tom Gibbings, Jr., CEO of Zeroline Golf. "We strongly believe in the importance of quality instruction and the valuable life lessons that junior golf programs provide to kids."
Zeroline Golf will share the SDJGA booth at the tournament and showcase Golf MTRx to spectators and golf professionals. Golf MTRx is the only mobile app that uses the integrated iPhone® and iPod touch® sensors to measure pelvis movement during a golf swing and then provide detailed analysis and recommendations for improvement.
Established in 1952, the SDJGA has influenced the lives of thousands of San Diegans. Notable alumni include current and former PGA Tour players Phil Mickelson, Scott Simpson, Craig Stadler, Pat Perez and Chris Riley.
Golf MTRx, now on the App Store(SM), uses biomechanic analysis focused on the pelvis -- the foundation of a powerful and efficient golf swing -- to identify swing elements that need improvement and prescribe drills customized for the user. With Golf MTRx, there are no additional products to buy -- golfers can just secure their smart device inside their belt, and the app employs integrated sensors to gather data, explain its meaning and prescribe solutions.
Founded in 2011, Zeroline Golf, LLC is a mobile platform development company whose first product to market, Golf MTRx™, collects precise and personalized biomechanic feedback during a golfer's swing and provides drills to correct swing flaws.