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Roswell, Ga. -- PGA Tour Superstore plans to open a 60,000-sq.-ft. store in the Chicago area in late spring 2012, followed by an additional location in the area later in the year. The two Chicago metro stores will be the company’s first locations in the Midwest.
The first store will be located in Schaumburg at the site of the former Great Indoors store at Golf Road and Meacham Road near Woodfield Mall, the largest mall in Chicagoland. The location of the second store will be announced at a later date.
The addition of these two stores will increase the number of PGA Tour Superstores nationwide to 14.
PGA Tour Superstore provides a wide variety of in-store services, including personalized golf lessons and seminars by golf professionals using state-of-the-art teaching technologies; golf club and ball fittings; club repair and regripping; and tennis racquet restringing. The store experience also includes performance practice bays, hi-tech fitting and lesson swing simulators, a 1,600-sq.-ft. putting green, and an indoor tennis court for on-site demos and professional tennis instruction.
In addition to a wide election of golf equipment, apparel, shoes, accessories and golf-themed home décor, the stores carry tennis apparel, equipment and service.