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Stars swing at NEC Golf Show

7.38am 14th October 2008 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Tennis star Tim Henman will be at the NEC Golf Show (21-23 November) along with ex-England goalkeeper David Seaman, former England and Surrey cricket captain Alec Stewart, Arsenal-legend Ian Wright, snooker star Willie Thorne and BBC presenter DJ Spoony.

The celebrities are all ambassadors for TaylorMade and will be representing the brand at the show while they take in all the latest products the golf industry has to offer. As well as visiting TaylorMade’s custom-fitting tour truck the stars will be interviewed on the show’s stage and take part in the various interactive features including longest-drive and nearest-the-pin simulators and the 100ft putt.

Seaman, Stewart, Thorne and Spoony will be making their second appearances at the show after representing TaylorMade at the 2007 event.

Golf-show-veteran Spoony commented, “It’s a really good show. I’ve been to the London one before and it looks like there are more people here which is good to see and there’s plenty to enjoy.”

Stewart was also full of praise for the show saying: “I think the show’s good. It’s nice to see what equipment’s around and how they update it. The number of people here shows golf is a very popular sport.”

The NEC Golf Show runs from 21-23 November and offers:
• a purpose-built american golf store
• massive indoor driving range
• numerous golf simulators
• and the 100ft putt competition.
• the brand new Putt Black where golf meets snooker

Other exhibitors will be showcasing cutting-edge golf equipment, the newest golfing gadgets, the latest fairway fashions and the hottest golfing destinations.

NEC Golf Show www.golfshownec.com

       

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