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Time to register for The Golf Show 2013

12.42pm 20th September 2013 - Exhibitions & Conferences

2013 Golf Show logoWith less than 20 days remaining until The Golf Show 2013, which takes place at Harrogate International Centre on 8-10 October, there is still time for PGA Professionals to register online to attend.

Online registration for Europe’s leading golf trade show and educational event closes on Wednesday, 25th September.

Following the distribution of The Golf Show 2013 magazine, online registrations have risen 50 per cent and the limited spaces in the educational seminars plus the popular Teaching & Coaching Conference are being pre-booked at a similar rate.

Open to PGA Professionals from across the continent, a packed programme of educational seminars on Tuesday, 8 October and Wednesday, 9 October featuring expert speakers will offer delegates practical advice on a range of topics affecting every aspect of their business.

Introduced at the 2012 event, the final day sees the return of the popular Teaching and Coaching Conference, with world-renowned speakers covering critical issues in coaching to help PGA professionals enhance their teaching businesses.

In addition, The Golf Show presents delegates with the opportunity to conduct forward purchasing with more than 50 of the world’s leading golf brands, including every major manufacturer, during the three-day exhibition.

John Davis, The Golf Show Event Manager, said: “I urge every PGA Professional looking to get the most out of The Golf Show to register online and ensure they get booked into the seminars they need before all the spaces are filled.

“In 2012, many of the educational seminars and the Teaching & Coaching Conference were sold out, and I anticipate the same this time around.”

You can register for The Golf Show now by visiting Once registered, PGA members will receive an email with a separate link, which will enable them to book their place at the Teaching and Coaching Conference, at a cost of £25 + VAT.

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