About three years ago, I was playing a Nine & Dine game with Craig Ranciato at Cypress Knoll. During play, he spoke of an invention he created for golfers.
As most would do, I pretty much nodded, listened to the spoken words and then wrapped it in the back burner.
Now, after three mind-boggling years, the invention has broken through with an official patent in place and is on the verge of striking with startling success all over the country.
Ranciato, a Connecticut native, knows the game of golf well. During the three-year period where I had written the idea off, he decided to make a run for a professional entry and came within whiskers of pulling it off. When a new ownership took over three golf courses, Ranciato joined the team and has been working night and day to make golf in about Palm Coast better than ever. This sudden approval from the United States Patent and Trademark Office obviously regards the investment highly and is about to change his and many other lives.
The terminology for the invention is HEADICUS, a product designed to be the easiest and fastest way to learn how to properly position your head behind the ball. It is designed minimizes head movement and promote better ball striking. The product also teaches the golfer to stay within his or her turn ability. It promotes good arm extension and the finishing of a swing.
And remember, this idea comes from a golfer who worked his heart out to take himself from the high 70s in scoring to numbers in the high 60s.
“The product is great for putting, chipping and the full swing,” Ranciato said. “I can honestly say and give a guarantee with this product to lower scores.”
Agents have urged Ranciato to begin offering the invention nationwide. His decision for the time being, however, is to seek co-investors from Florida to North Carolina and above the U.S. coastline.
Ranciato said his plans for growth are to go international with the product.
Ranciato can be reached via phone at 203-988-4475 or via email at [email protected].