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New Web Site Uses Rock Music to Improve Golfer’s Swing Tempo


Santa Fe, NM (June 10, 2008) – Golfers now have a fun and dynamic way to improve their swing tempo by using a new music system from Tempo in Motion (

Tempo in Motion (T.i.M.) enables golfers to refine their swing tempo using rock/pop music tracks containing rhythmic patterns attuned to their proper tempo. The tracks can be loaded onto an MP3 player and used on the driving range to help find, maintain and ingrain proper swing tempo in muscle memory.

“A consistent and smooth tempo is the foundation of every great golf swing,” said T.i.M. founder and president Mike Boyko, a former professional rock drummer, who also sports a 2-handicap on the golf course. “With Tempo in Motion, swinging at the right tempo will become second nature. Not only will it make you a better golfer, but it will make practice fun and add some energy to your game.”

Each T.i.M. track has a series of beats called click patterns, which serve as cues for when users should start the backswing, start their downswing and contact the ball. The click patterns are paired with original, high-energy music to help users stay in rhythm.

The web site includes instructional videos and interactive tools for helping golfers find their correct tempo so that they can download the tracks they’re most comfortable with.

T.i.M. tracks are available exclusively on for $2.99 each and can be easily downloaded onto any portable music player, including the iPod.


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