Singapore (February 18, 2014): Senior Asian Golf Industry Federation (AGIF) figures will be to the fore at next month’s China Golf Show/PGA Merchandise Show China.
AGIF Charter Members Callaway, Club Car, Rain Bird, Toro and Troon Golf will be among more than 450 exhibitors at the China National Convention Centre in Beijing from March 14-16.
Joining them will be Bernhard and Company, Jacobsen, John Deere and Witgang Far East, all Ordinary Members of the AGIF.
Meanwhile, John Holmes (Atlas Turf), Brian Curley (Schmidt-Curley Design), Martin Moore (Flagstick) and Tammy Harney (Profile Products) are all participating in the China Golf Show Education Seminars.
Billed as ‘The Most Prominent Platform for Golf Course Education in Asia’, the education seminars are hosted by GCSAA (Golf Course Superintendent Association of America), GCBAA (Golf Course Builders Association of America) and ASGCA (American Society of Golf Course Architects).
The education seminars aim to target golf course professionals including golf club general managers, superintendents, greenkeepers and turfgrass managers to assist in achieving operational efficiency and understanding the challenges that arise in Asian golf course management.
Stretching out over 32,000 square metres of floor space, the China Golf Show/PGA Merchandise Show is endorsed by the China Golf Association, PGA, GCSAA, GCBAA and ASGCA, among other leading associations.
Organisers are predicting some 20,000 unique attendees.