Scottish Golf Show set to open doors

2015 02 Scottish Golf Show
- Scottish Golf Show takes place at the SECC this weekend
- The show is focussed on interaction between brands and golfers
-Pre-book your tickets now to receive a discounted price

Scottish Golf Show

Thousands of golfers are expected to flock to the SECC this weekend as the Scottish Golf Show returns once again to the Glasgow venue.


Promising the biggest and best line-up of top brands and equipment manufacturers to date, the show will take place from Friday until Sunday and shouldn’t be missed by anyone with an interest in golf.

Almost all of the game’s biggest brand names will be present, including the likes of TaylorMade, Callaway, Ping, Mizuno, Titleist, Cleveland-Srixon and Bridgestone, as well as Cobra-Puma, Yonex, Benross, John Letters and Lynx. Each of those brands will have their own space on the huge indoor driving range – the biggest of it kind in the country – where show customers will be able to test all of the newest and most exciting products.

Take on the challenges and you could win £10,000

This year’s show also features a new and exciting ‘Skills Zone’, where you can try your hand at a number of brilliant and inventive golf challenges.

There’s also a brand new kids’ zone this year, staffed by innovative junior equipment brand golphinforkids, so make sure you bring your children along, too.

A new and improved putting challenge will be there for those of you who are particularly gifted with the short stick, whilst long drive and short game simulators provide yet more chances for you to hit some shots.

The ever-popular Tiger Chip Challenge will be back this year but has been tweaked a little to be slightly harder than before, whilst the new ‘Water Feature Challenge’ is not to be missed.

The most exciting thing of all, however, is surely the Hole-In-One Challenge, where you could win up to £10,000. There will also be opportunities each day to see the mesmerising Dean Davis trick-shot show, whilst 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 on all three days delivering free 15-minute lessons to help you banish whatever demons might have wreaked havoc with your game last season.
“What really separates the Scottish Golf Show from other consumer golf shows is the sheer amount of interaction that is on offer,” - event organiser Tom Lovering

There will also be plenty of opportunities for you to buy whichever products take your fancy as Europe’s No.1 golf retailer, American Golf, will operate the on-site golf shop, the biggest of its kind in Scotland.

“What really separates the Scottish Golf Show from other consumer golf shows is the sheer amount of interaction that is on offer,” explains organiser Tom Lovering. “Yes, we have lots of stands to browse – over 120, in fact – but, first and foremost, this is a golf show for golfers and what do golfers want? Simple: the chance to hit shots with the very latest equipment.

“That’s why we go out of our way to deliver a show that is very much a ‘come and try’ event rather than a ‘look but don’t touch’ event. Whether you want to let rip with all the newest drivers, try draining long putts, or have a go at all kinds of fun skills challenges, the 2015 Scottish Golf Show gives you unparalleled access to all of the game’s most exciting and tempting new toys.”

Tickets on the door are priced at £20 for adults, with concessions and U16s getting in for free.

Opening hours are: Friday, 9.30am-5pm; Saturday, 9.30am to 5pm; Sunday, 9.30am to 5pm.

For more information, log-on to www.bunkered.co.uk/scottishgolfshow.

Scottish Golf Show: Pre-book ticket offer


Buy your tickets for the Scottish Golf Show before Friday and, not only will you save £4 on the ‘On The Door’ price, you will be able to receive as many as three FREE rounds of golf. Click here for more info.

 

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