GolfNewsRI Welcomes Shore Golf Performance & Physical Therapy as Advertiser
GolfNewsRI is excited to welcome newly opened Shore Golf Performance & Physical Therapy as an advertiser.
As GolfNewsRI reported, Shore Golf Performance recently opened at Cranston Country Club inside of Todd Campbell’s Golf Academy.
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“It truly is convenient to have access to local and global golf news all on one platform. I’ve enjoyed making GolfNewsRI a part of my daily routine. Working with GolfNewsRI has been great and I look forward to what’s to come, especially building relationships within the Rhode Island golfing community,” said owner Michael Edwards about the new partnership.
At Shore Golf Performance & Physical Therapy it is their mission “to influence and inspire golfers and the surrounding community to perform for a greater purpose.”
“GolfNewsRI is really excited, and thankful, to have Shore on board with us as an advertiser. We are looking forward to working with them on various forms of content, written, video and other to help grow their brand in Rhode Island and across the region, meanwhile, continuing to grow the GolfNewsRI brand,” said GolfNewsRI co founder Joe Calabro in a statement.
Edwards is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who recently moved from North Carolina where he has practiced for 5.5 years.
He is an orthopedic physical therapist who specializes in golf injury rehab and prevention/ performance. He is TPI Medical 2 certified and certified in dry needling.
Edwards has worked with golfers of all ages and skill levels, from juniors to recreational golfers to even PGA professionals.
He is a proud supporter of the Rex Hospital Open and the Korn Ferry Tour where he served as a physical therapist for the players in 2019 and 2021.