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Over £15,000 of Prizes at NEC Golf Show

9.19am 16th November 2010 - Exhibitions & Conferences

A host of equipment and holidays are up for grabs on the golfing extravaganza’s interactive features – of which there are more than double the amount at previous shows.

The best competitor each day on the brand new Hell Hole feature will take home a pair of return flights to any of Monarch’s European destinations as well as a set of Benross or Wilson irons.

Short-game experts can win a break for two with two rounds of golf at Draycote Hotel & Whitefields Golf Course, and a pair of Monarch flights, as the daily prize on the nearest-the-pin simulator.

The biggest hitter each day will win Monarch flights and a TaylorMade stand bag on the longest-drive competition while a Zen putter and pair of Monarch flights will go to the best daily performance on Putt Black, the game where snooker meets golf.

Those looking to enjoy some sunshine golf should head to stand E28 where Dubai Golf Breaks will give one lucky visitor a five-night five-star trip to Dubai for two people with three rounds of golf.

Or on stand S3 Spring Hoteles will have a fantastic golf trip for two to Tenerife available to win in a free prize draw.

Everyone filling in a registration card when entering the show will be entered into a prize draw to win a full set of Wilson clubs, a pair of Monarch flights and a T2Hole training aid endorsed by Dennis Pugh. And a set of irons will be given away on stage at the end of every day.

From 26-28 November Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre will once more showcase everything golf when the NEC Golf Show opens its doors.

Golf nuts can test the very latest equipment from major equipment manufacturers, with more lined up to attend than ever before, as well as taking advantage of professional custom-fitting services and specially discounted show prices.

Golf accessories, gadgets, gizmos, fashion and destinations will also be on offer, along with free coaching. Fantastic prizes will be available on a host of big competitions with the show promising more simulators, more interactivity, more games and more fun.

The NEC Golf Show is a great day out for everyone from single-figure handicappers to those just starting out in the game. Tickets cost just £10 but great deals for those buying in advance mean visitors can see the entire golfing spectrum for as little as £6.

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