The third staging of the show, which takes place at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th April, promises to be the most interactive yet, with a whole host of new and improved ‘hands on’ features for all who visit.
And the increased number of putting greens present throughout the exhibition hall is a vital part of the show organisers’ commitment to improving the customer’s overall experience of the event.
Four of these putting greens are being provided by Stirling-based Scotgreens. As Scotland’s artificial grass specialists, they have installed surfaces of all different shapes and sizes the length and breadth of the country, with golf practice facilities their undisputed speciality.
They are also the Scottish agents for Purestrike and S-Blade putters, as well as the Scottish distributors for Turf Tiles and the PerfectaPutt putting trainer.
Event director Tom Lovering welcomed Scotgreens’ to the show and said, “It has been our primary objective this year to improve the interactive experience of the Scottish Golf Show and we are entirely confident that the fantastic Scotgreens putting surfaces will help us achieve that goal.
“As every golfer will attest, there’s no such thing as too much putting practice, particularly at the start of the season, so we’d urge all our visitors to take the opportunity to fit some in at this year’s show.”
Colin Griffin of Scotgreens is equally as excited about this year’s show and added, “Judging by my experiences of the Scottish Golf Show over the past two years, this year’s will no doubt be excellent once again. It has proven to be an extremely valuable three days for my company and I would encourage anyone – be they potential exhibitors or customers – to make sure that they’re there this year.”
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