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Best Ticket Prices Ever For NEC Golf Show

6.40am 13th September 2010 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The NEC Golf Show returns from November 26-28 and visitors will be able to enjoy the golfing extravaganza for the lowest prices ever. The event marks the 10th show organised by the Golf Show Group, who also own sister-show the London Golf Show, and to celebrate this, ticket prices have been slashed to just £10.

In addition, anyone buying tickets in advance can save a fiver by taking advantage of an offer giving two tickets for £15, and groups of six or more will only pay £6 per ticket – and what’s more, juniors aged 14 or under go free.

From November 26-28 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, 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 the perfect 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.

For more information or to buy tickets call 0844 338 0338 or visit where you can also find out all the latest golf show news.

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