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TaylorMade opportunities at Golf Show

12.10am 31st October 2007 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Visitors to next month’s The Golf Show, NEC Birmingham, stand a chance of winning the latest equipment from TaylorMade Golf in addition to having the opportunity to be custom-fitted for the new r7 CGB MAX and Burner Draw drivers.

The TaylorMade custom-fit truck will be present on all three days of the show and golfers will be able to test drive the latest equipment on the indoor driving range.

Two of the company’s four bays on the range will be dedicated to custom fitting, giving visitors an experience usually reserved for the likes of Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose.

TaylorMade is also the official equipment provider for three of the show’s big competitions: the longest drive, nearest the pin and the 100ft putt and dozens of lucky individuals may walk away with custom-fitted drivers, irons or putters.

Two of the company’s four bays on the range will be dedicated to custom fitting, giving visitors an experience usually reserved for the likes of Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose.

Matt Johnson, TaylorMade’s marketing manager, said, “Getting custom fitted is the only way to experience the true benefit of our revolutionary technology so this is a great opportunity for golf fans.

“The Golf Show, NEC Birmingham, is ideal for us because it gives us a chance to get out there, show our clubs to golfers and offer them the first chance anywhere on the continent to be custom-fitted for our new drivers.”

The Golf Show, NEC Birmingham, is a brand new event offering everything a golfer could want. Running from 16-18 November it has big brands, the latest equipment, an indoor driving range, custom fitting, free tuition, fun and games and much more.

The Golf Show, NEC www.golfshownec.com

       

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