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Member since: Mar 02, 2012

Robert S. (Bob) Doyle was born and brought up in Brooklyn, NY. He attended St. Martin of Tours Catholic Grammar School, Brooklyn Technical High School and Pratt Institute, from where he earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He likes to say he was a "subway student in the Big Apple." He later earned an MS from the University of Bridgeport, CT.

Bob Doyle started his business career in Corporate America as a Sales Engineer with ESSO, today called EXXON. He worked with several corporations as a Territory Manager, Regional Manager, Marketing Manager, VP Marketing, and finally as the President of a major Division of a Fortune 500 Company.

"All the fun was getting there" said Doyle so he resigned to start his own Mangement Consulting firm, wherein he helped clients all over the world, for over 20 years. From Australia to Japan to China, Singapore, and throughout Europe, Doyle helped clients with his marketing and strategic consulting services.

An avid golfer, Doyle became an affiliate member of the US Golf Teachers Federation to help others improve their games. He founded and today serves as President of the Forever Better Golf Co., headquartered in Toms River, NJ. The company manufactures and markets his golf invention, a full swing training aid called the PRO-HEAD Trainer. Having struggled with the game most of his life, Doyle attributes the aid to helping him finally break 80, at age 65. And he has done it several times since.

Doyle believes the PRO-HEAD Trainer will help any golfer, of any height or build, young or old, male or female and left or right handed, overcome the biggest obstacle to scoring well.... that of NOT keeping one's head behind the ball through impact.

A sailor on Barnegat Bay and Commodore of the Green Island Yacht Club, Doyle much enjoys the salt water and NJ shore. He and his wife Donna of over 40 years, live in a water front home in Green Island, Toms River.

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Without accurate feedback it is almost impossible to improve one's golf swing and acquire consistency. Feedback can be physical or tactile. It can be with video or it can be words of instruction.

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