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Free Entry to The London Golf Show

12.57am 4th March 2010 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Sunday, April 11th, 2010

The London Golf Show returns for its sixth outing from 30 April to 2 May and this year every golf club member in the country can attend for free.

As part of a new relationship with the England Golf Partnership, every golf club member in the country will be entitled to free entry to the golfing extravaganza. They have to register on www.londongolfshow.com before 17 April and the information thus provided may be used by The Golf Show and Your Golf Travel.com for e-marketing purposes.

Roger Moreland, chief operating officer of the England Golf Partnership, said: “The London Golf Show is established as the country’s major consumer event for golfers and we wanted to ensure our members can benefit from it.

“Because every member of a golf club is a member of the English Golf Union or the English Women’s Golf Association, which are founder members of the England Golf Partnership, it means our support benefits golfers across the country with free membership.

“This is a fantastic addition to our support for the show and we’re looking forward to even more golfers having the chance to attend and see everything that’s going on in golf.”

The London Golf Show returns to ExCeL for its sixth outing from 30 April to 2 May and will once again offer the entire golfing spectrum under one roof.

Visitors will be able to test the latest clubs from all the big brands, enjoy custom fitting, see cutting-edge golf gadgets, try their hand at a host of competitions to win fantastic prizes and much more.

In addition, this year’s event runs alongside the inaugural London Tennis Show and visitors to one event get free entry to the other.

The London Golf Show www.londongolfshow.com

England Golf Partnership www.englandgolfpartnership.com

       

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