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Golf’s Biggest Names Join Scottish Golf Show

12.30am 27th February 2007 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Some of the biggest names in the golf industry have signed up to attend this year’s Scottish Golf Show. In attendance at the Royal Highland Centre, near Edinburgh, will be leading equipment manufacturers Nike Golf, TaylorMade, Ping, Yonex, Cobra and MacGregor Golf.

Other legendary names in the equipment industry to showcase their new gear at the show include the world’s oldest golf equipment manufacturer, Ben Sayers.

Event director Tom Lovering said, “The 2007 Scottish Golf Show will be twice the size of last year’s inaugural show, giving visitors a much bigger choice of brand names. There is definitely something for everyone at this year’s show. Golf fans the length and breadth of Scotland will not be disappointed.”

Scotland’s No.1 golf title and the associate media partner of the Scottish Golf Show, bunkered golf magazine, is currently running a free ticket offer for this year’s event which takes place from 30th March to 1st April.

Readers of the magazine are able to claim a free ticket, redeemable on any of the three show days, simply by buying a copy of issue 73 of the magazine, which is on-sale now.

Commenting on the free ticket offer, bunkered editor Martin Dempster said, “Having attended last year’s inaugural Scottish Golf Show, I know that it is precisely the kind of event that will appeal to all of our readers, and, indeed, the wider Scottish golfing community.

“I have been lucky enough to see plans for this year’s event and I can confirm that it is bigger and better than before, and a real ‘must’ for any serious golfer.

“Therefore, with just over 30 days to go until the 2007 Scottish Golf Show, I would urge anyone with an interest in the game to purchase the latest copy of bunkered and get their hands on one of these free tickets.”

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