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Much to see at NEC

7.55am 15th November 2007 - Exhibitions & Conferences

A brand new Jaguar, five-star holiday and top-of-the-range custom-fitted equipment are just some of the things that visitors to this weekend’s The Golf Show, NEC Birmingham, could win.

If that’s not enough there are also exclusive deals from american golf, cutting-edge golfing gadgets in the Golf Innovations section and the chance to get your hands on the latest equipment from big brands on the indoor driving range.

The show is from the organisers of the London Golf Show and promises to bring the Midlands all the fun and games the capital has enjoyed for the last three years.

Throughout the three days of the show visitors will have the chance to win a brand new Jaguar X-type 2.2 Diesel S Saloon worth £23,000 on the nearest-the-pin Full Swing Golf simulator and there is also a five-star holiday at the luxurious La Manga Club, Spain, on offer for the winner of the 100ft putt.

Anyone managing to hole the gargantuan shot will win a TaylorMade putter and be entered in a draw for the top prize: five nights for two in the Hyatt Regency La Manga hotel.

Visitors can also win custom-fitted TaylorMade drivers and wedges on the longest drive and nearest-the-pin competitions respectively, but they’ll have to better the efforts of England rugby World Cup star Ben Kay, Arsenal legends David Seaman and Lee Dixon and a host of other golfing enthusiasts from the world of sport and showbiz who will be in attendance at the show.

The Golf Show, NEC Birmingham, opens its doors at 10am on Friday, November 16 and runs until November 18. Tickets cost just £10, for more information visit www.golfshownec.com or call 0870 763 3156.

       

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