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Golf Breaks Galore at NEC Golf Show

9.20am 3rd November 2009 - Exhibitions & ConferencesTravel - This story was updated on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Potentially thousands of golf trips are up for grabs at the NEC Golf Show, with Your Golf giving a break away to every visitor holing the 100ft putt, including a fantastic trip to Turnberry.

Last year’s show saw almost 100 golfers achieve the feat and this year they’ll have even more motivation to do so.

Every participant successful with one of their three attempts will win one night’s dinner, bed and breakfast and two rounds of golf at Draycote Hotel & Whitefields Golf Club for two people.

In addition all winners will be entered into a prize draw which will see one of them win a trip to this year’s Open venue. Along with three friends they will get to play both of Turnberry’s courses and enjoy a night’s bed and breakfast at the resort.

Andrew Harding, managing director of Your Golf, said: “We’ve sponsored the 100ft putt for several years now and every time there are more and winners so we could be giving away a lot of breaks which is great. One of the biggest aspects of the show is all the different competitions and the fantastic prizes on offer and we’re delighted to be part of that.

“The interactive element of the show is one of its biggest strengths. The organisers want to get people swinging clubs and at Your Golf we want to put golfers on fairways so hopefully together we can make a lot of people happy.”

Your Golf is also giving every visitor to the show a £25 voucher off their next golf break, making a trip to the NEC Golf Show even better value than usual.

The NEC Golf Show takes place at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre from 27-29 November and will showcase everything golf from big-brand equipment to the latest gadgets and the best places to play and stay.

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