As golfers continue to search for the next great game improvement solution, a new golf equipment company is entering the market with the most innovative golf club technology the industry has seen in over a decade.
Guided by a leadership team comprised of accomplished business executives, and complemented by veteran golf equipment design and marketing experts, Vertical Groove Golf, LLC (VGG) has been established as golf’s newest original equipment manufacturer. The Company’s Headquarters is located in Boston, MA, with its manufacturing facility based in Jupiter, FL.
In mid-November, and backed by patented technology, along with in-depth, proven research and testing results, the Company will debut a USGA conforming golf club that is expected to revitalize an equipment market that has been stagnant for several years. In conjunction with the much anticipated new product launch, VGG will be introducing a digital and social presence featuring a new website at www.vertgolf.com, complemented by social media profiles on Facebook and YouTube at Vertical Groove Golf, and @vertgolf on Twitter.
The executive leadership team assembled at VGG includes: Tim Krochuk, Chairman; Jeff Barry, CEO; Rubin Hanan, Chief Business Officer and Neal Jagoda, President. Additionally, former NFL Super Bowl Champion, Josh Miller, who played 13 years in the NFL with the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers - highlighted by a victory in Super Bowl XXXIX as a member of the Patriots and an induction into the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, will serve as a Managing Partner of VGG. Eric Fineberg, a golf industry veteran with extensive experience managing strategic sales initiatives, who will be responsible for Sales & Demo Days, will also serve as a Managing Partner. Rounding out the VGG team is highly respected golf equipment designer, Mike Rossi, who will head-up the R&D department. Both Rossi and Fineberg will be stationed at VGG’s Jupiter, FL facility.
Additional information on VGG will be available at www.vertgolf.com upon the launch of the Company’s equipment innovation in mid-November.