Announces Divot Board Training Aid Product of the Year

Top training aid seller relaunches this week at the PGA Merchandise Show – Booth 2081

West Palm Beach, FL –, home of the world’s largest selection of golf teaching and training aids, announces the Divot Board ( as its Product of the Year. The Divot Board will be showcased along with other top golf training tools at this week’s annual PGA Merchandise Show at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

New president John Diulus and the entire Golf Training Aids staff will be on hand at Booth 2081 to answer questions and introduce the category’s latest products to teaching professionals, suppliers, existing customers, and potential new customers.

“Despite the challenges of Covid, it’s still nice to get to see and greet people in person,” says Diulus. “We are looking forward to meeting with customers and suppliers, as well as identifying new products that we can help bring to market. Visitors will be able to meet our team and see and try several of our top-selling popular products – and learn first-hand about some of the great things we are working on for 2022.”

The Divot Board, Product of the Year, was selected for its innovative design, immediate visual feedback of a golfer’s impact position (if each swing was a ball-first strike or fat or thin, and if the club face was square, open or closed) and positive reviews from golfers. The product is also extremely durable and portable enough to easily hook onto a golf bag to take out to the range or golf course.

“The key to every great product is quality and marketability,” says Diulus. “The Divot Board is excellent on both fronts. We welcome attendees to stop by and try it. To earn our Product of the Year requires meeting a lot of variables, such as quality, functionality and design. But the most important factor is customer feedback and demand. Golfers love this product because of its high quality, effectiveness, and ease of use.”

Divot Board creator and CEO Bo Longo says he’s honored to have had the training aid named Product of the Year and is excited to partner with the Golf Training Aids team to continue to present the product to more avid golfers. “We are so appreciative to receive the first-ever Product of the Year. is a great partner and instrumental to the Divot Board’s success. We worked very closely with GTA on developing effective sales and marketing plans that helped make our product attractive to the golf community,” says Divot Board CEO Bo Longo.

Longo will be on hand at the Golf Training Aids booth, along with general manager Dane Wiren, marketing director and head of social media Emily Faulkner, and business development specialist Christian Cintron. is also re-launching a product in 2022 that will be endorsed by former long drive champion Maurice Allen, who will be appearing at the booth.

Golf Training Aids’ online marketplace – – offers the world’s largest selection of golf teaching and training aids. Founded by PGA Master Professional Dr. Gary Wiren in 1984, the brand brings an unprecedented wealth of golf knowledge and experience to this “one stop shop” for golf training solutions. The expertly-curated selection of feedback devices, training tools and golf improvement aids is designed to be a comprehensive game improvement offering representing the best of the best in developmental golf products available.

In 2022, will begin to feature an increasing amount of instructional and how-to video content, to help connect golfers with game-improvement solutions exactly suited to help specific weaknesses in their games.

Dr. Wiren is a golf educator, a Master member of the PGA of America, and a former national PGA staff director. He has written or participated in the writing of 250+ magazine articles and 14 books. His popular, award-winning When Golf Is a Ball was named “best golf book in the year 2004.” He has 13 film credits, four videos on the market including the award-winning The Fascinating World of Golf, and has taught privately, in groups, at seminars and stage performances, to more than 250,000 people in 30 countries.

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