Scottish Golf Show :: Win prizes

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With thousands of golfers set to kick-start their season in style at the Scottish Golf Show in March, there is nowhere else in Scotland that you’ll have all of the main golf equipment manufacturers in the same room and get the chance to speak to them, too.


On top of that, there are loads of competitions and challenges to take part in at the Scottish Golf Show with plenty of great prizes up for grabs.

You have the opportunity to hone your skills on over 200 sq/m of putting greens with the latest putter releases. You can even take on the Long Putt Challenge and see if you can find the bottom of the cup from 45 feet. Back by popular demand, you can see if you can hold your nerve with dozens of people looking on.

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If you’re more adept with a wedge in your hand than a putter then there’s something for you, too. All you need to do to win some great prizes in the GolfKings.co.uk Hole-in-One challenge is to hole-out from 60-plus yards on the bespoke chipping area. With prizes up for grabs if you manage to find the bottom of the cup it’s too enticing a challenge not give it more than one go.



If that all seems a bit straightforward for you then perhaps the Tiger Challenge is more up your street. Cast your mind back to the 2005 Masters at Augusta. Can you remember Tiger chipping in sensationally from the back of the 16th green? Check out the video above if your memory is a bit hazy, but you will have the opportunity to recreate the drama and excitement of that shot with this challenge. Managed by leading tour operator Your Golf Travel.com, it will put you directly in Woods’ shoes and let you see if you can follow in his footsteps.

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And if you want to focus more on improving your game, there’s nothing better than to take up the chance of a free 15-minute golf lesson with a PGA professional. The perfect way to set you up for the season ahead, a few quick pointers from these experts could make all the difference to your game. Likewise, if you are new to the game and haven’t got the first clue where to start when it comes to swinging a club, then a lesson can help get you started in the game.

Pre-book your Scottish Golf Show tickets now! 


Click here to pre-book your tickets and receive your free gift or visit thescottishgolfshow.co.uk

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