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Waiting is over for 2007 Scottish Golf Show

8.00am 30th March 2007 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Everything is in place for Scotland’s biggest-ever golf show, taking place all this weekend at the Royal Highland Centre near Edinburgh.

Organisers of this year’s Scottish Golf Show – being held today, Saturday and Sunday at the Ingliston venue – are confident that this year’s show will catapult the event to a new level and they believe it is a ‘must visit’ for anyone with a passion for the sport.

With fashion shows, trick-shot demonstrations, custom-fitting and a host of fabulous competitions to enter, not to mention stands from over 150 exhibitors to browse, there will be no shortage of things for visitors to do.

It’s a great value family day out, too, as all children under the age of 16 are allowed free admission when accompanied by an adult.

And if you pop in today, there’s every chance you could end up on video as top BBC sports presenter Dougie Donnelly will be in the hall making a video of this year’s show. The Scottish Golf Show is a true ‘must’ for all fans of golf – don’t miss it!

Ticket price on the door is £10 for adults, with kids under 16 going free. The Scottish Golf Show takes place at the Royal Highland Centre, near Edinburgh, from today until Sunday 1st April.
Scottish Golf Show

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