Countdown to PGA Show Outdoor Demo Day

2015 PGA SHOW LOGOOrlando, United States: PGA professionals and golf retailers from around the world will attend next month’s 13th PGA Show Outdoor Demo Day.
To be held on January 20, the Demo Day allows visitors to test all the newest tools of the trade, discuss the latest advancements in technology directly with club designers and learn from many of golf’s leading instructors at the 42-acre premier practice facility of the Orange County National Golf Centre and Lodge (OCN).
Thousands of PGA professionals and invited golf retailers will preview the newest equipment, training aids and accessories from more than 100 top golf companies to create the world’s largest professional demo event.
Asian Golf Industry Federation members Callaway, FootJoy, Nike Golf and Titleist are among the prominent participants.
Additionally, golf teachers will be able to learn from the best in their field when PGA professionals Mike Malaska and Stan Utley, PGA/LPGA professional Nancy Quarcelino, renowned instructor Dr Jim Suttie and sports medicine expert Dr Tom LaFountain present one-hour outdoor golf instructional workshops directly on the range of OCN.
“The PGA Show Outdoor Demo Day has evolved into a must-attend event as a prelude to the three busiest days of golf business at the PGA Merchandise Show,” said PGA Worldwide Golf Exhibitions Senior Vice President and General Manager Ed Several.
“PGA professionals and golf retailers enjoy the opportunity to personally test outdoors, in actual golf conditions, all the latest advancements in equipment, training aids and accessories that will help their members and customers better enjoy the game. They can do so while interacting with the biggest brands in golf that help drive their business.”
The 62nd PGA Merchandise Show, from January 20-23, will welcome some 1,000 top golf companies and brands and more than 40,000 industry professionals from around the world to the industry’s annual global summit for the business of golf.
 

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