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Countdown to GOLF EUROPE 2006

8.00am 20th September 2006 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Golf Europe 2006 is again inviting international trade visitors to the grounds of the New Munich Trade Fair Centre from 29 September to 1 October 2006. The program includes numerous informative seminars and workshops in addition to innovative product presentations. In addition, Golf Europe 2006 provides its trade visitors with numerous club testing opportunities.
The large indoor driving range is again available, this year in Hall C3. Equipped with ball machines and collectors from Golfkontor, G-T-H mats, golf comfort tee-up machines and an unlimited number of Euro Golf Shop range balls, it will also be the stage for the show by trick shot world champion Paul Barrington.
The 15 tee boxes are being equipped by Benross Golf, Callaway, Cobra, Golfpark Indooranlagen, Hippo & Lynx-Outlook Sports, Honma Classic Club Repair, Mizuno, Nike Golf, Titleist, United Golfers, Vulcan Golf, Walk Golf, Yonex and Zelocity.
Trade visitors will again have the chance there to test the new clubs and get some practical experience at the same time. There will be a pot bunker in the middle of the range, which is being sponsored by Richter Rasen. In addition, the longest drives will be awarded with prizes by Golfpark and Bushnell in the BMW Longest Drive Contest.
The 120 sq. m. putting green with artificial grass from DMC-Golf will be managed by the Harold Swash Putting School of Excellence. Attractive prices can also be won there in the Golf Europe Putting Challenge. At the Impaktee Chipping Area, Paul Barrington will demonstrate his skills to trade visitors at his Trick Shot Clinic three times daily.
The action program of Golf Europe 2006 is also being supported by the involvement of the additional sponsors Glenmuir, Hauer Golf, Paulaner and Pro Shop Europe.
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