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A full supporting programme for Golf Europe 2005

9.00am 28th July 2005 - Exhibitions & Conferences

During Golf Europe 2005, Europe’s leading trade fair for golf, which will take place on the grounds of the New Munich Trade Fair Centre from Sunday, 2nd October 2 to Tuesday, 5th October 2005, the organizers have again prepared an attractive supporting program in collaboration with the PGAs of Europe.
Bill Sanderson has chaired the golf business seminars within the framework of Golf Europe for many years. His seminar this year is called “Teaching and Coaching as a Profit Centre” and will be presented each day.
Mr. Sanderson will also host the event “Questions to the Teaching & Coaching Conference Committee” with Stefan Quirmbach, Leif Ohlsson, Lawrence Thornton and Martin Hasenbein on Sunday from 11 a.m. to noon.
The Teaching and Coaching Conference of the PGAE will have taken place in advance of Golf Europe and more than 1,000 golf professionals from throughout the world will already be visiting Munich.
The daily presentation by Markus Boll and Andreas Katzer “Opportunities and Risks in the Golf Travel Market. A Presentation for PGA Professionals” brings to the platform two speakers with extensive know-how in this area. As the founder of the Golf Travel Project GmbH, which provides training trips for PGA pros, Mr. Boll has a great deal of experience as well as being an enthusiastic golfer and.
Visitors can also obtain information from Tim Wishon about “Custom Clubmaking and Clubfitting” at Speakers’ Corner on Monday from 3:30 till 5 p.m.
Another daily event features one of the best known caddies in the world, Fanny Sunesson from Sweden, who will reveal the secrets of being a successful caddie and will deal with the important relation between player and caddy on the golf course.
All talks will be interpreted simultaneously into German or English.
The largest indoor driving range in Europe is located in a separate trade fair hall. Among the events: Harold (Doc) Swash will present a putting demonstration twice on each of the three trade fair days and there will be three shows each day from David Edwards, the trick-shot specialist.
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