The Golf Trade Show, Europe’s biggest golf retail and education event has announced, Carin Koch, the 2015 European Solheim Cup Captain and Syngenta Golf Ambassador, is to join the expert speakers taking part in the extensive education programme at the Harrogate International Centre this year.
The three-day event is open to all PGA professionals who will have the opportunity to hear from the multiple LET and LPGA tour winner, as part of the Syngenta presentation and panel discussion, The Opportunity to Grow Golf: Female Participation, at 10.15am-11.00am on Tuesday, October 6.
David Colclough, PGA Head of Member Education, said: “Carin has a widespread appeal and, with Syngenta, will be discussing an important opportunity for the UK golf industry in particular, so I expect spaces for this seminar to be booked fast.
“I would strongly urge any PGA members interested in any of the educational seminars, or the Teaching & Coaching Conference, who haven’t already done so, to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”
The Golf Trade Show is free to attend and combines an exhibition of the industry’s leading manufacturers and suppliers, with a free education programme, and the popular Teaching & Coaching Conference, staged in association with Srixon.
PGA members can register online to attend Golf Trade Show 2015 on www.golftradeshow.co.uk until Wednesday, 30 September. Any PGA professionals who miss the online deadline can still attend the three-day event, and must register on entry during normal show hours with their PGA accreditation.
Once PGA professionals are registered, they will receive an email with instructions on how to book their place for educational seminars and the Teaching & Coaching Conference.
PGA members and non-PGA accredited green grass golf retailers are able to register online by visiting www.golftradeshow.co.uk and clicking ‘Register’. Once registered, PGA members will receive an email instructing how to book places within the free education section and the Teaching & Coaching Conference.
Any PGA professionals who miss the online registration deadline can still attend the three-day event, and must register on entry during normal show hours with their PGA accreditation.
To register to attend the Golf Trade Show visit www.golftradeshow.co.uk and click on Register.