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Chris McGinley Appointed CEO Of V-One Sports
Monday, March 20, 2017

ANN ARBOR, Mich., March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- V-One Sports, a sports motion analysis and digital media technology company specializing in the development of video analysis software, today announced the appointment of Chris McGinley as Chief Executive Officer.

McGinley, a 30-year golf industry veteran with 21 years of service at Titleist, takes the helm of award-winning V-One Sports from Chris Hart, company founder and previous Chief Executive Officer. Hart will continue as a strategic advisor to the company.

"Chris McGinley has a passion for translating performance technology and golfer insights into an industry-leading product offering," according to Robert Paul, Chairman of V-One Sports. "He brings broad sports industry connections and an understanding of the development-to-market process which will help the company in its next phase of growth."

While with Titleist, McGinley built category-leading product lines under the Titleist, Vokey Design and Scotty Cameron brands. McGinley is a strong advocate for helping golfers improve and for the teachers and club professionals that aid them on their journey. He is a well-known golf industry product expert with extensive experience presenting the benefits of technology to the world's best tour players, club pros and top amateurs.

V-One Sports is the industry leader in the development of video analysis software and digital platforms for sports training. Its software products are complemented by a wide range of additional products and services designed for teaching professionals and coaches no matter what sport they teach.

The company's V1 Golf app was named the 2016 Golf Digest Choice Award for best golf swing analyzer and it works on either iOS or Android devices. The app is a mobile platform that allows teachers and students to work in-person or remotely to capture swings on video as well as compare, analyze, store and record lessons.

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