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The 2013 London Golf Show Returns to Earls Court

10.37am 31st May 2013 - Exhibitions & Conferences

LGS2013VENUEDATEBOXGolf Show Group announces that The London Golf Show – now in its 9th year – is returning to Earls Court on 8th-10th November.

This year’s show will provide a truly interactive experience for golfers of all ages, all under one roof, and protected from the unpredictable British weather. With informed expert advice, PGA tuition, a huge driving range, Custom fitting, Club testing, Simulators and the latest golf gadgets, it will be supported by some of the biggest and best brands in golf. Visitors will be able to test and buy the newest equipment – brought to visitors by the Internet Golf Store.

In addition, the organisers promise Trick Shot displays, competitions, prizes, cars, the latest fashions, retail advice, as well as plenty of fun for golfers who wish to indulge their senses, skills and passion, and much, much more……

LGS stageinlightscompcropDamian Benstead, Managing Director of the Golf Show Group enthused: “When the London Golf Show moved to Earls Court in 2011 it was an exciting but unproven venture. The growing success of the show since then has shown what can be achieved at this iconic venue. This year we will build upon and create a bigger exciting event, with even more visitors. The increasing support we are getting from the industry is testament to that.”

He went on: “With many in the golf industry having survived some extraordinary challenges in the past few years, we also see this year’s show as a great way to shape the future of the sector and attract even more adults and kids to the sport.”

Terry Sims, from retail partner the Internet Golf Store added: “Having had our best ever show in 2012, with sales up 13.5% on our previous record, we know the London Golf Show works and is improving year on year. We can’t wait for November!”

The London Golf Show www.golfshowco.com

 

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