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Shotly is giving you $1000 in golf goodies! (Golfsmith Giftcards, Titleist Pro V1xs, & Travis Matthew apparel)

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When Shotly came to us a few months ago, they were just a young startup company with huge hopes and dreams.  Today – due to the massive support from TheSandtrap community – their vision has become a reality. Now Shotly wants to thank us for their growth and success by extending an exciting giveaway of over $1000 worth of golf goodies!


$200 Golfsmith Gift Card
$200 Worth of Travis Mathew’s Apparel
10 Memberships to Golfty
4 Dozen Titleist Pro V1x’s

To enter the Shotly Shout-off , you can earn points multiple ways to increase your chances of winning a prize.

  • OPTION #1 – SUBSCRIBE: Go to http://shotly.com/tst and enter your email to receive daily golf deals.
  • OPTION #2 – FACEBOOK : Go to our Facebook page ( http://www.facebook.com/pages/Shotly-Golf-Daily-Deals/106254749459912?sk=wall ), look for the TheSandtrap.com Giveaway post and shout “I WANT $1000 IN SHOTLY PRIZES! TheSandtrap.com Username." For example: “I WANT $1000 IN SHOTLY PRIZES! ranjanis”. Don't forget to 'Like' us in order to find the Sandtrap post on our wall.
  • OPTION #3 – TWITTER : Start following us ( http://twitter.com/#!/shotlydeals ) and tweet “@ShotlyDeals I WANT $1000 IN SHOTLY PRIZES!  TheSandtrap.com Username”. For example: "@ShotlyDeals  I WANT $1000 IN SHOTLY PRIZES! ranjanis" .
  • OPTION #4 – SIGNATURE : Include " http://Shotly.com " in your Sandtrap signature during the contest period and reply to this thread (as evidence that you've updated your signature).

Easy enough, right?  Start shouting NOW!  Contest will close on August 3rd, 2011 at midnight PST.  Winners will be chosen at random and announced within this same thread.  See our contest page for the full details: http://shotly.com/tst/




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