Golf Live has quickly established itself as a key date in the golfing calendar since its launch two years ago and the 2012 version promises to be the most popular yet – with 90 per cent of its exhibition space already sold.
Companies from at home and abroad have flocked to be a part of this year’s show, which takes place at the London Golf Club, Kent, from 18-20 May.
Extra exhibition space has already been built into plans to cope with the demand from leading golf brands eager to be a part of the most interactive experience in world golf.
But with more than 125 exhibitors and partners already signed up, only a handful of stands remain and organisers are urging firms who haven’t yet booked to move fast to avoid disappointment.
Chris Secker, sales manager for Golf Live, said: “The response we have had this year from the golf industry has been phenomenal.
“The great thing is that the popularity of the show is continuing to grow with each year. It is the fastest selling event to date and exhibitors are guaranteed the opportunity to position themselves alongside the biggest names in golf. There is limited space left so if brands want to be involved, they need to act fast.”
Golf Buddy, Golf in Northern France, STX Putters, Studio 23 Ltd and The Balearic Islands Tourist Board are among the most recent companies to sign up to the event, and join a cast of exhibitors including Titleist, PUMA, Srixon, Golfbreaks.com, Celtic Manor Resort, Oakley, Trendy Golf, Druh Belts, Marriott Hotels, St Andrews Golf, Turnberry Resort and many more.
In addition a host of leading golf brands will be showcasing their latest equipment on a specially-constructed 30-bay driving range with Callaway, Wilson, Cleveland, Mizuno, Yonex and Cobra among them.
Golf Live has a reputation for attracting some of the biggest names in golf and European Tour legend Colin Montgomerie and South African superstar Gary Player have already signed up to take part this year.
Event ambassador Montgomerie and nine-time Major champion Player will headline a strong line up of players from both the men’s and ladies’Tours.
Visitors will be able to watch, listen to and ask questions of the star-studded cast during the three-day show, with other top professionals set to be announced to appear alongside them in the run-up to May.
A limited amount of exhibition space is left and anyone interested in being involved in the event should contact the Golf Live Team on 0207 471 1080 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on availability.
Tickets cost just £20 for adults while under-18s can get free entry. For more information or to buy tickets visit www.golfliveevent.com