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Dates and venue confirmed for 2010 Scottish Golf Show

12.42am 27th August 2009 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Following its successful move to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre earlier this year, the organisers of the Scottish Golf Show have confirmed that next year’s event will again take place at the SECC.

The three-day annual golfing showcase will be held at the Glasgow venue from 26-28 March with organisers promising an even greater array of attractions and interaction for all those who attend.

The Scottish Golf Show was launched in 2006 and, in the time since, has firmly established itself as not only the perfect curtain-raiser to the new golf season but also as one of the most successful and best-attended consumer retail shows in Europe.

The 2010 staging will be the fifth instalment of the event and, with a whole host of new features up his sleeve, show organiser Tom Lovering is confident that it will be more popular than ever before with the Scottish golfing public.

“The Scottish Golf Show prides itself on being an event run by golfers, for golfers,” said Lovering.For that reason, we know exactly what those who play the sport in Scotland want from a golf show, and that’s why we can promise that 2010 will see the biggest and best staging of the event to date.

“Whether you want to try the very latest equipment from all of the game’s biggest brands, find out about the latest golf holiday destinations, or snap up the newest and trendiest golf apparel, we can guarantee that the Scottish Golf Show will tick every box you may have.”

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