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Demo day delight for Beijing’s PGA branded Golf Academy

3.28am 29th February 2012 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The stunning PGA Golf Academy at Bayhood No.9, Beijing will take centre stage when it helps launch the forthcoming China Golf Show with a demo day in March.

Top manufacturers will put their latest equipment through its paces at the state-of-the-artBeijingfacility during the show which runs from  16-18 March.

It is another feather in the cap for the impressive PGA Golf Academy. Housed in the Nelson Haworth designed building, the PGA Golf Academy features a two tier facility where leading PGA professionals utilise four high tech swing studios fitted out with latest equipment for club, swing and ball flight analysis.

“This is a clear endorsement of the world class facilities at thePGA Golf Academy and supplements the accolades previously given to Bayhood’s 18-hole golf course. I congratulate Bayhood’s owners and staff and hope that this involvement with the golf show will help broaden interest in golf in China generally,” said Guy Moran, head of PGA property and development.

Upwards of 10,000 visitors are expected to attend the three day event with more than 350 golf brands on display while the PGA World Alliance backed showpiece also includes educational seminars.

Other show highlights include main stage clinics offering visitors the opportunity to learn more about different aspects of the game of golf with thePGAAcademy’s head professional Matthew Coote taking a leading role.

The organisers of the China Golf Show have also announced that the 2012 show will feature a Career Fair that connects qualified professionals and other visitors with job and educational opportunities in golf.  The Career Fair will include recruitment services by leading industry employers, on-site interviewing for a variety of industry positions, industry job boards and more.

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