SOURCE: Feel Golf

Feel Golf

December 13, 2010 08:00 ET

Feel Golf Schedules NYC Meetings With Institutional Investors

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - December 13, 2010) -  Feel Golf Company (OTCBB: FEEL) today announced the Company's upcoming investment presentations with investment fund and portfolio managers, investment bankers and brokers throughout New York during the week of December 13, 2010.

The road show is a series of meetings in which Feel Golf's senior executive team and service providers will provide corporate presentations to these institutional investors. 

Lee Miller, Chief Executive Officer of Feel Golf, stated, "We are looking forward to meeting with and telling the Feel Golf story to institutional investors and brokers. We have established a strong position within the golf industry that we believe will expand as we continue our acquisition campaign; increase our sales and overall marketing awareness. In an effort to ensure the Feel Golf Co. story is being delivered properly to the investment community, we are being very proactive with these meetings and preparing for more meetings in 2011."

"We believe institutional investors have a positive effect on the companies in which they invest in. This effect materializes through different mechanisms: institutional investors reduce information asymmetries between the firm and other investors and contribute to the liquidity of the company's stock," continued Mr. Miller.

About Feel Golf Company

For more than 20 years, Feel Golf (OTCBB: FEEL) has been known for its award-winning wedges, premium golf clubs and innovative reverse taper golf grips. Tour players worldwide have played Feel Golf's products because of their unique performance qualities and consistent feel. Visit www.feelgolf.net or call 877-934-7387.

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