Monday, May 26th, 2008

Human Touch advocate Tim Clark has tied for second place at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at the Colonial Country Club in Forth Worth, Texas. Clark had birdies at the 16th and 17th hole to get to 13 under par which tied him for the lead. Tim then came up short on a birdie putt on the 18th hole, but still had hopes to tie for first place. Phil Mickelson then made birdie on 18 to win the tournament.

GOLF.com reported Tim Clark stating; “I wasn’t trying to force anything. I was playing the course the way I did the first few days,” … “I made some good shots coming in and made a few putts. It was disappointing I left 18 short.”

Tim Clark gives credit to Human Touch Massage Chairs for his recovery from a back injury in 2006. His recovery that year gave him the best statistical year of his career.

“After helping in my recovery from a back and neck injury, the biggest benefit in owning a Human Touch therapeutic massage chair has been that it allows me to maintain my body from home. The chair’s versatility, comfort, endless massage programs and ability to target any area of my back is great while blending seamlessly into my living room,” says Clark. “Through the years I have used a massage therapist to maintain my body from the rigors of professional golf. Owning a Human Touch Massage Chair has allowed me to get the same results in my home any time I need it, whether it’s two in the afternoon or two in the morning.” – Tim Clark

Human Touch celebrates Tim’s achievement this memorial day weekend and wishes him success for the rest of the 2008 season!

Visit humantouch.com for more information about Tim Clark’s 2008 schedule on the PGA Tour and his continued support for Human Touch Massage Chairs.

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