ALINE insoles help Athletes get on the Podium in Pyeonchang and win on Professional Golf Tours.

(Marblehead, MA) – ALINE, creators of a patented new dynamic suspension insole that aligns your body for more consistent and healthy motion, has worked with over 1000 world class athletes across professional football, baseball, hockey, basketball, golf, ski, snowboard, track and field.

“We work with athletes that are required to do some of the most extreme motion in sports (skiers and snowboarders), some of the most precise motions in sports (golfers) and all motions in between. One of our founders, Gordon Hay,  said that to me on my 1st day here and it really encompasses what ALINE is all about”, said Art Rogers President of Global Sales and Marketing. “ALINE insoles are designed to allow your feet to move naturally while aligning your back, hips, knees and ankles. This can help any athlete, professional or weekend warrior, stay healthy. During the last few weeks we have seen amazing performances on the professional Golf tours with Four (4) wins and Ten (10) top 5 finishes by golfers with ALINE in their shoes.  In addition over 25 medals were won by Skiers and Snowboarders at the X-Games and in Korea with ALINE in their Boots”. “Whether your activity is extreme, precise or just walking your dog, there is an ALINE benefit for you”, added Rogers.

Jamie Anderson Showing off Gold Medal in 2017 PC: Lacey Seymour

2 Time Gold Medal Winner Jamie Anderson (pictured here) of Snowboard Slopestyle and Big Air fame is one of ALINE earliest adopters on the slopes.  She appears on the company website, aline.com and facebook page discussing her experiences riding with ALINE.  

ALINE Systems, Inc. is a 13 year old Marblehead company that was founded by Marbleheaders Derek Carroll, Gordon Hay along with Keith Orr of Portsmouth, NH.  They are located at 30 Doaks Lane in Little Harbor.  

“Our goal has always been to help people move better, longer and healthier. Wearable wrist devices have done a great job helping people track the quantity of steps they take, “ said Derek Carroll Co-Founder and CEO.

At ALINE we have a relentless pursuit for improving the QUALITY of steps you take every day”.  If you are walking, running, playing tennis, or really doing anything out of alignment, you are not getting the full benefit from your activity with those 10,000 steps a day, “ added Carroll.

6 Time PGA Golf Majors Winner Sir Nick Faldo is also an ALINE loyalist.  He is pictured here with ALINE CEO Derek Carroll at the Eastern Yacht Club in July of 2017.  Sir Nick  was in town playing in the PGA U.S. Senior Open at Salem CC and joined the ALINE staff for a reception on the famed Eastern Harborfront Deck.  Faldo hopes to play more tournaments this season between his busy broadcast duties with CBS and the Golf Channel.  

Sir Nick Faldo & ALINE Founder Derek Carroll after PGA Senior open 2017

“Each week, more and more Professional Golfers are discovering the advantages of wearing ALINE in their shoes,” said Carroll.  “It’s exciting for us to see players winning almost every week with ALINE in their shoe and I can tell you the Players are excited too! When you’re providing benefits like increased power and distance, improved balance and accuracy, and a decrease in fatigue, the Players have taken notice. This is their livelihood”, added Carroll.

To date more than 100 Players, Caddies and industry professionals have worked with the ALINE technical staff. They’ve all recognized the benefits of wearing ALINE both on and off the course.

ALINE products are available online at shop.aline.com, through hundreds of medical providers coast to coast and at select  specialty run, hike, bike and ski shops around the country.

To see the ALINE Insoles Jamie and Sir Nick are wearing – Click Here!

For more information on ALINE visit their website at www.ALINE.com.

About ALINE

Founded in 2005 by a team dedicated to improving performance and health from the ground up, ALINE patented technology optimizes a golfer’s performance by properly aligning the back, hips, knees and ankle.   This helps reduce lower body fatigue and improves swing mechanics, resulting in maximization of ground force reaction for more distance and accuracy.  Proven by 15 Professional wins, Multiple Olympic Gold Medals, over 100 X Games medals and doctors across the country, ALINE insoles are designed for performance in sports and life.  ALINE makes similar equipment for Skiing, Snowboarding, Hiking, Cycling, Gym Workouts, Running, Walking and General Fitness/Wellness activities.  ALINE…what’s inside counts.

IMG Junior Golf Tour hits the links in the Northeast for ALINE Systems Junior Open

ALINE Systems Jr. Open at Wyncote Golf Club
ALINE Systems Jr. Open at Wyncote Golf Club

The IMG Junior Golf Tour teed off in Oxford, Pa. for the ALINE Systems Junior Open at Wyncote Golf Club, Oct. 26-27. Chilly temperatures and high wind gusts could not stop the competition from heating up among a field of 68 players from seven states. In the Boys 15-18 division, Liam McAnally of Downingtown, Pa. carded solid rounds of 76-79 to secure his first-career Tour victory. “It was very cold and windy out there so I just tried to focus on keeping my shots low and out of the wind as much as possible,” McAnally said of his performance. “The key for me was my short game; being able to get up and down when I missed greens.”

McAnally recently finished fifth in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) state tournament. Incidentally, McAnally wore a pair of ALINE insoles, which he says he has in every pair of shoes he owns, through the weekend.

In the Girls division, 13-year old Kaitlyn Lees of Bryn Mawr, Pa. turned in scores of 87-76 to secure the victory. Meanwhile, Alex Chin of Chatham, N.J. finished with rounds of 78-81 to claim his second Tour title after winning his division at Berkshire Valley earlier this month.

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Title sponsor ALINE Systems provided all participants with free ALINEment analysis on site, and sponsored the #PowerStraightUp par-five contest on the ninth hole. Winners in the par-five contest were chosen for achieving the lowest aggregate score, with Andrew Bowyer of Summit, N.J. and Kaitlyn Lees earning free pairs of ALINE insoles for their performance.

The ALINE Systems Junior Open marked the sixth event on the IMG Junior Golf Tour calendar, and the last Northeast event in 2013. The event was hosted by Wyncote Golf Club, which is ranked by Golf Magazine as the ‘No. 5 course you can play in Pennsylvania.’  AJGA Performance Based Entry was awarded to the top five finishers in the Boys division and the Girls division winner. The Tour gets back underway at the PGA Golf Club – Ryder Course in Port St. Lucie, Fla., Nov. 9-10. The Tour will return to the Northeast in 2014 at Heron Glen Golf Club in Ringoes, N.J., April 5-6.

– To see original article plus more visit IMG Junior Golf Tour site at: http://www.imgjuniorgolftour.com

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