Shenzhen, China: The Asian Golf Industry Federation (AGIF) is among a host of high-profile golfing organisations supporting the inaugural Asia Golf Congress.
To be held from October 29-31, the Asia Golf Congress is being organised by Reed Guanghe Exhibitions, an Executive Member of the AGIF.
The three-day gathering in the bustling city of Shenzhen will provide structured one-to-one business meetings, as well as professional education, networking and hands-on demonstrations for golf industry trade professionals.
Tim Trinka, President of the AGIF, said: “As the region’s foremost golfing industry body, we are pleased to support Reed Guanghe and the Asia Golf Congress.
“The Federation is always supportive of endeavours which promise to address key issues that affect all involved in golf and enable us to share knowledge with one another.”
As well as the AGIF, the Asia Golf Congress is being endorsed by the China Golf Association [CGA], the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America [GCSAA], the Golf Course Builders’ Association of America [GCBAA], the American Society of Golf Course Architects [ASGCA] and The R&A.
“There’s no doubt that the Asia Golf Congress can make a significant contribution to the betterment of the game in our region,” said Trinka.
The AGIF is a not-for-profit organisation formed in 2009 to develop and lead the growth of the Asian golf industry. Its members include golf course and club suppliers and professional support services, and golf course architects, golf real estate firms and development companies.
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