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iClub Sponsors 2008 Better Golf Through Technology Conference at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

BOSTON, Jan. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- iClub, the leader in wireless motion analysis for the golf industry, announced a continued commitment to its mission of golf research and education through sponsorship of the 2008 Better Golf Through Technology (BGTT) Conference at MIT, to be held February 24-25.

The world's top golf teaching professionals, golf technology innovators, golf researchers, and club and ball manufacturers, will once again converge at MIT to discuss the state-of-the-art and future of golf technology and learning. Conference participants, including Top 100 teaching professionals and researchers from elite academic institutions, will present their research findings on a variety of technologies and teaching methods.

"iClub was founded on the principles that information and technology should be available to everyone throughout the golf industry from top teaching professionals and clubfitters to individual golfers," said Satayan Mahajan, iClub's Chairman. "We are committed in our mission to push these areas as they strongly define the future of golf. Our continued relationship with MIT's Better Golf Through Technology program only strengthens our resolve."

"We are happy to have this renewed commitment from iClub," added Nabori Santiago, BGTT Director. "They are the leader in the motion capture industry and we are looking forward to an exciting year of new and continuing research and education initiatives."

About iClub

iClub is the leading provider of advanced motion capture, analysis and visualization products for the golf industry. Our proprietary, wireless, real-motion-sensing system provides significant cost, portability and/or performance advantages over traditional motion capture technologies. iClub is guiding teachers as well as players of all levels into the information age with products and initiatives that promote a scientific understanding of the golf swing, learning methods, player fitness and equipment.
 Contact: Ellen Brockley, 617.426.2244,

 About Better Golf Through Technology

Better Golf Through Technology (BGTT) is a non-profit organization focused on promoting research, education, and the use of technology in golf. We support scientifically valid research in the fields of golf instruction, physical therapy, fitness, and equipment fitting. Our annual conference provides a platform for collaboration among leaders of the golf industry -- a crucial element in developing the future of the game of golf in an increasingly technological world.

Contact: Nabori Santiago, 617.785.8541,

CONTACT: Ellen Brockley of iClub, +1-617-426-2244,; or Nabori Santiago of Better Golf Through Technology, +1-617-785-8541,

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