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Deadline looms for exhibiting at Scottish Golf Tourism Week

11.11am 7th January 2022 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The fifth annual Scottish Golf Tourism Week event is due to take place in St Andrews at the Fairmont St Andrews, between March 1-1 and organisers PSP Media have announced they are closing in on filling the last few supplier exhibitors slots available. 

The industry leading event brings a combination of golf tour operators from around the world together with some of the most prominent golf businesses in Scotland. Having been initially postponed in November, there has been unprecedented demand among tour operators to attend the new March dates. 

The three-day programme, supported by VisitScotland, aims to reconnect the world’s travelling golfers with the home of golf. The many partnerships and relationships brokered at SGTW will be key to revitalising golf tourism in Scotland in 2022.   

Now is the final chance for Scottish businesses to get in front of the world’s leading golf tour operators who bring over 50,000 golfers into Scotland. Already, a number of new tour operators have signed up to attend SGTW for the first time, all hand selected for the potential size of market place that they can command.  The final slots to meet them are expected to go quickly.

Alan Boyd, Head of Events at organisers, PSP Media, said: “We’re excited and proud to be bringing SGTW back in the new year.  It’s been a long, hard couple of years for everyone and Scottish golf tourism has not escaped the effects of the global pandemic.   

“However, SGTW is a big platform to aid the rebuilding process. SGTW has more than doubled in size since the inaugural event in 2016, now putting more than 100 Scottish golf businesses directly in front of over 100 international tour operators, creating 4,000 face-to-face meetings. These direct conversations at SGTW help to forge lasting relationships that will drive more international visitors to Scotland and reinforce the country’s status as the world’s premier golf destination.” 

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