Registration for the 66th PGA Merchandise Show, which takes place in Orlando, Florida from January 22-25, is now open for PGA and LPGA members, golf buyers and industry professionals at PGAShow.com
The PGA Merchandise Show will begin with the PGA Teaching and Coaching Summit on January 20-21 at the Orange County Convention Centre (OCCC). The 17th Annual PGA Show Demo Day at Orange County National Golf Centre will be on Tuesday, January 22. PGA Merchandise Show exhibits, demonstrations, education seminars, special events and industry presentations will take place from January 23–25, also at the Convention Centre.
In addition, registration for the PGA Show Education Conference all-access pass is now available. The pass provides admission to outdoor instructional workshops, multiple certification programmes, daily keynote presentations and more than 50 classroom sessions.
Conference single-day and single-session pass registration will open later this month. PGA Professionals are able to earn more than 40 MSR credits through participation in the PGA Show Education Conference and various PGA Merchandise Show programs. PGA Show Education Conference details are available at PGAShow2019.com/education.
Attendance at the 66th PGA Merchandise Show is restricted to PGA Professionals and golf industry personnel. Savings on PGA Show official hotels, plus additional travel discounts, are also available at PGAShow2019.com/Hotel-Travel.
Key brands such as Callaway, Cobra, Ping, Srixon/Cleveland Golf, Titleist and Wilson will showcase their newest equipment and technology within a comprehensive Equipment Section at the PGA Merchandise Show—and will be joined by Mizuno and Bridgestone, returning to the show floor for the first time since 2005 and 2016, respectively. TaylorMade Golf will not be exhibiting at the show, after CEO David Abeles announced that the company would be devoting resources to ‘broadening support of PGA Professionals across the country’.
Golf lifestyle apparel and accessories are also well represented, with companies such as adidas Golf, AHEAD, Antigua, Bobby Jones Apparel, Callaway Apparel, Cutter & Buck, Dunning, FootJoy, Greg Norman Collection, Peter Millar, Polo/Ralph Lauren, PUMA Golf, Summit Brands (B. Draddy, Fairway & Greene, EP NY, Zero Restriction), Travis Mathew and Under Armour anchoring the PGA Merchandise Show apparel section.
In all, more than 1,000 exhibiting companies and brands will build a diverse and comprehensive marketplace within nearly 10 miles of aisles on the PGA Show Floor. A directory of exhibiting companies is updated regularly at PGAShow.com.