Scottish Golf Show :: Don't miss out!

2015 03 Scottish Golf Show
• Start your season at the 2015 Scottish Golf Show
• Win £10k in one of the show's many golf challenges
• All the biggest brands will be in attendance at the SECC

SCOTTISH GOLF SHOW

The 2015 golf season is upon us and what better way to kick it off than taking a trip to the Scottish Golf Show, featuring the biggest and best line-up of top brands to date!


From 9.30am tomorrow, thousands a golf fanatics will descend on the SECC in Glasgow for the three-day event, with 125 distributors selling everything you can think of, from the latest drivers to the most exclusive golf holidays.

And what’s more? Well, you can STILL pre-book your tickets for the event at a discounted price and choose from not one, not two, but THREE FREE gifts in the process!

This year also marks the tenth edition of the UK’s premier golf show, and here’s some reasons why should be checking it out.

You can win £10,000. Yes, you read that right, £10,000. But what’s the catch? Well, you have to hole out from 60-plus yards on the bespoke chipping area as part of the Hole-In-One Challenge.

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And that’s just one event on the new and exciting Skills Zone, where you can try your hand at a number of brilliant and inventive golf challenges.

Take on the Long Putt Challenge and see if you can find the bottom of the cup from 45 feet with dozens of people looking on.

Get involved in the Vokey Wedge Challenge, formerly the Tiger Chip Challenge, which has been tweaked a little to be slightly harder than before, while you can’t miss the all-new Water Feature Challenge.

On top of that, all the usual long drive and short game simulators provide yet more chances for you to hit some shots.

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There’s also a brand new Kids’ Zone this year, staffed by innovative junior equipment brand golphinforkids. The Irvine-based company recently won Best New Product at the Scottish Business Innovation Awards for their unique range of clubs, so make sure you bring your kids along too for FREE!

Don’t miss the opportunity each day to see the mesmerising Dean Davis trick-shot show, while Kevin Craggs, one of Scotland’s most popular golf coaches, will be there throughout delivering regular short game clinics.

PGA professionals will also be on-hand over the three days delivering FREE 15-minute lessons to help you banish whatever demons might have wreaked havoc with your game last season.

And, of course, all the biggest manufacturers in the world of golf, including TaylorMade, Titleist, Callaway, Ping, Cleveland-Srixon, Bridgestone, Cobra, Mizuno, plus many more, will be in attendance and showcasing their latest releases.

Custom-Fit

All the brands also offer you the opportunity to get custom fitted, with the Scottish Golf Show the perfect opportunity to speak to the experts about the importance of having clubs set up to your own specifications.

You can pre-book your custom fitting for a small deposit, which will be returned as a voucher to spend at Europe’s No.1 golf retailer American Golf, who will be operating the biggest on-site golf shop in Scotland.

Don’t miss out! Head down to the SECC either tomorrow, Saturday or Sunday, with opening times 9.30am-5pm across all three days.

The 2015 Scottish Golf Show :: Pre-book your tickets


There’s still the opportunity to pre-book your tickets for the show and save £4 on the on-the-day price. Remember, kids and concessions go absolutely FREE!

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