Golfers buying advanced tickets to April’s National Golf Show will not only benefit from a discounted price but also a host of fantastic promotions and offers as organisers seek to give visitors maximum value for money.
Visitors buying tickets in advance will receive a massive 25 per cent discount meaning they only cost £7.50, while groups of six or more can make further savings still. But the best news for golfers is the impressive range of benefits advance ticket holders stand to receive.
Damian Benstead, managing director of the new high-profile event, said: “We know golfers enjoy coming to shows, seeing the latest products, entering competitions and doing everything else on offer, but we want to make sure everyone attending the National Golf Show leaves feeling they’ve got as much value for money as possible.
“As part of this we’re putting together a package of exclusive offers for anyone buying advance tickets to the show, which will comprise a range of benefits and discounts with companies from across the golfing spectrum.”
Your Golf Travel.com has already signed up to the scheme and will be giving away £50 vouchers for golfers to spend on their next overseas golf trip.
A host of different promotions and offers exclusive to those buying tickets ahead of the event will be announced between now and when the doors open on April 15 and those who qualify will be emailed full details in advance of the golfing extravaganza.
A strong focus on visitor participation will mean golfers are greeted by a host of opportunities to swing a club, with free tuition from fully qualified coaches and the chance to win fantastic prizes on a variety of innovative fun and games among the show’s main features.
All the latest equipment from big brands will be available to test and buy as well as the latest training aids and apparel, with the show bringing together all elements of the golfing world.
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