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Brush up your game with Champ Golf's Prosoft2 golf & club brush
August 25, 2011

They'll be no unnecessary slip-ups this season if you bag the latest spike and club brush cleaning tool from CHAMP Golf, The World Leader in Sport Cleat Technology®.

CHAMP's new Prosoft2 Golf & Club Brush is guaranteed to keep your spikes and clubs in tip-top condition and help you swing with confidence at all times. The latest game-improving design features dual hardness bristles to deep clean all spikes and clubfaces. A total of 23 scientifically-designed bristle sets attacks grass, dirt and sand where it congregates on the sole of the shoe, with 12 firm black bristles aggressively cleaning the centre of the spike, and 11 medium-density white bristles helping to sweep away excess grass and sand.



With a comfortable grip and a handy carabiner to clip the Prosoft brush to your golf bag, you'll never be far away from having the cleanest, high-traction spikes around.

The Prosoft 2 brush is also well equipped to remove dirt and sand from the face of all your clubs, ensuring clean contact with the ball, and no loss of spin or reduction in control off the clubface - resulting in consistent ball striking and lower scores.

The Prosoft 2Golf Brush, which is priced at £10.00 is available now at any local golf shop.

For more information regarding CHAMP Zarma and all of CHAMP products, please visit www.champspikes.com





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