The Scottish Golf Show, due to be held at the SEC in Glasgow over the weekend of 27-29 March, has been called off due to ‘the ongoing escalation of COVID-19
A Statement on the Show’s website reads: “It is with deep regret that we have to announce the cancellation of this year’s Scottish Golf Show due to ongoing escalation of COVID-19.
“The advice from the World Health Organisation, the UK and Scottish Governments and NHS Scotland is that the virus is only going to escalate here in the UK in the coming weeks. The safety and well-being of both our customers and clients are paramount and as such we have taken this decision proactively to help reduce the travel of large numbers of people.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We have taken account of all expert advice available and while the country is dealing with exceptional and extenuating circumstances with the global outbreak of COVID-19, we hope you will agree that this decision is now appropriate.
Those with pre-booked tickets will be contacted shortly to arrange a full refund.”
The 15th edition of the show would have brought together over 100 exhibitors – including Callaway, Titleist, Footjoy, Ping, Yonex, Taylor Made, Mizuno, and Cobra – alongside a range of interactive golf challenges, including Golf Darts, Target Golf, Simulators, Get Rich Pitch, putting challenges and so much more.
The Scottish Golf Show, which traditionally attracts over 17,000 golf enthusiasts from across Scotland and the UK, will return in 2021. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 353 2222