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UK Golf Show is a golf day experience

8.12am 15th January 2008 - Exhibitions & Conferences

With three months to go until The UK Golf Show 2008 the organisers report that the event is gathering pace and attracting some recognisable equipment manufactures to their venue. None more so than the company behind 2007 US Masters Winner Zach Johnson’s amazing putter.

With an amazing Masters victory high-lighting the benefits of Riflescope technology (RST). Zach Johnson’s win will now be forever remembered along with Payne Stewart’s dramatic US Open victory in 1999 as two of the greatest final round putting performances in history, both having relied upon SeeMore putters and the SeeMore putting system.

Kevin Blair, The UK Golf Show director, said, “Our mission has always been to promote this fantastic game and its amazing products to the end user. The opportunity to do this on a golf course under true conditions is a unique experience and we are delighted that Seemore have chosen to join us. We wish them well for continued success in 2008.

Graham Webb commented on behalf of Seemore, “With more and more golfers, both tour players and amateurs, coming to appreciate our unique, patented, RifleScope Technology, it is hugely important to us to be able to continue to spend time with golfers of all abilities to enable them to become better putters.

“Being able to do this in the same surroundings as we do week in week out with tour players, i.e. on a real putting green with real conditions, was too good an opportunity to miss. We look forward to meeting many new and existing customers and help them all improve the most important part of their game.”

The UK Golf Show, held from Thursday 10th to Sunday 13th April 2008 at Whittlebury Park Golf & Country Club in Northamptonshire, will give visitors a total golf day experience and allow them to play on real greens, real fairways and even in real bunkers

This new-look outdoor event will make use of Whittlebury Park’s top-class facilities, with its 36-hole championship course divided between manufacturers, features and competitions.

Golfers can test the latest equipment on four fifteen-bay full length driving ranges, shop in a purpose built exhibitor village, watch seminars and take part in various teaching academies running throughout the four days.

UK Golf Show 2008

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