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Free Golf for All London Golf Show Visitors

7.53am 28th April 2010 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Ilford Golf Club is offering a free round of golf to every visitor to the show and when they visit the club anyone playing with them is entitled to a half-price green fee.

Visitors can also get free 2-FORE!-1 vouchers and membership to My Golf Pass giving them even more opportunity to get out on the course at discount prices.

Every visitor is entitled to a 2-FORE!-1 voucher from Today’s Golfer, giving access to half-price golf on a choice of nearly 1,000 courses, as well as discounts on further vouchers.

In addition everyone buying a ticket on the door will get a free three-month membership to the My Golf Pass scheme which gives golfers access to exclusive green-fee rates at its fantastic partner courses worldwide.

Golf Show Group CEO Colin Brunton said: “It’s the start of the golf season and time for people to get back out on the course, and we wanted to make that as easy as possible for them.

“We’re delighted to be able to offer every visitor to the show a free round of golf as well as a host of discounts on green fees. It’s a tremendous offer from Ilford Golf Club and makes the show even better value for money.”

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

Tickets cost just £10 in advance meaning golfers can save a fiver on the on-the-door price of £15.

Visitors will be able to test the latest clubs from the big brands, enjoy custom fitting, see cutting-edge golf gadgets, enjoy free coaching, 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.

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