Scottish Golf Show :: Tickets now on sale

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• Tickets now on sale for the 2016 Scottish Golf Show
• Will take place at the SECC, Glasgow from March 18-20
• Pre-book tickets now for three FREE rounds of golf


The Scottish Golf Show is back to raise the curtain on the 2016 golf season, boasting the biggest line-up of top brands in its history.

From March 18-20 at the SECC, Glasgow, the UK’s No.1 consumer show returns, promising to raise the bar on last year's event with tickets now ON SALE where, if you pre-book, you can select three FREE rounds of golf at 14 Scottish venues. So what's all on at the Show?



Loving the look of TaylorMade’s new M1 and M2 drivers? What about Callaway’s XR range? You name the top equipment manufacturers: TaylorMade, Callaway, Titleist, Ping, Mizuno, Cobra, they’re there, offering the best advice and custom fitting options.

If you’re after new clubs, then you’ll be able to tick that box - but there’s so much more on offer. Hone your skills with the shortstick on the putting green and build up your confidence before heading on to tackle the Golf Kings Long Putt Challenge, where you’ll have to perform under pressure with the galleries watching on.


But if you think that’s the only challenge that’ll get the juices flowing over the weekend, that’s where you’re wrong. The ever-popular Tiger Chip Challenge makes its return, where you can attempt to recreate that famous shot from the 14-time major champion at the 2005 Masters, while the Bunker Challenge, Four Hole Challenge and Water Feature Challenge will ensure that all facets of your game are tested, with fantastic prizes to be won on all.


The best of those prizes, though, unquestionably comes at the Get Rich Pitch, where you could win anything from £10 up to a mind-blowing £10,000 for sinking four shots.

It really is a brilliant prize, but what would you spend that £10,000 on? A golfing holiday, perhaps? Well, a host of golf travel tour operators will be on hand to help you get booked up and, even if you don’t taste success on the Get Rich Pitch, we’re sure you’ll be able to find an excellent deal.



If you don’t feel comfortable jumping into any of the challenges straight away though, a team of PGA professionals will be available for free lessons to help you iron out the kinks in your game, while bunkered Tuition Panel member Kevin Craggs will be back delivering his coaching clinics.

Want to play the new holes on the Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry before it opens? The Ayrshire resort will have a simulator where you can do just that, while Callaway will also have their very own simulator, too.



Appealing to golfers of all ages, the event has a dedicated Kids Zone, operated by leading junior equipment brand golphinforkids, where youngsters can play in a relaxed, fun and safe environment. The incredible Dean Davis will also perform his famous Trick Shot Show, which is great fun for the whole family.


“Last year’s Scottish Golf Show raised the bar with more opportunities than ever for customers to test out the latest clubs and take part in more fun, interactive challenges,” said organiser Tom Lovering. “With more than 100 exhibitors returning to the SECC this year, we’re determined to raise the bar even higher and provide the best possible customer experience at what is now seen by most as the curtain-raiser for the new golf season.”

With so many exhibitors to choose from, there is something to suit everybody at the UK’s No.1 consumer golf show. Don’t forget to pre-book your tickets where you will receive three free rounds of golf. See you in March!

2016 Scottish Golf Show :: Get your tickets

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