Golf Travel Takes Centre Stage at PGA Merchandise Show

Orlando, Florida, United States: Premier golf destinations, resorts, tour services, products and a new golf travel presentation on the PGA Forum Stage will be featured at next week’s PGA Merchandise Show.

The PGA Show Golf Travel Pavilion, located on the PGA Show floor in the #3900-#4300 aisles at the Orange County Convention Centre, will feature exciting golf destinations from across the globe, including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Dominican Republic, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Scotland, South Africa and Thailand.

Additionally, PGA Professionals will have access to golf travel services from companies such as Haversham & Baker, Halcyon Golf Travel, International Pairs, Luxury Golf Safari Charters, Preferred Golf, Premier Golf and Traveling the Fairways.

New in 2020, a Golf Travel Forum, presented by PGA Magazine, will be offered on the PGA Forum Stage on January 23. A panel of PGA Professionals who are experts in hosting group golf travel, will share best practices in creating memorable golf experiences and enhancing relationships through group golf trips. 

PGA Professionals and industry attendees will have a chance to win a golf trip to Morocco, courtesy of the Moroccan National Tourist office, during the presentation.

Golf Travel Forum panelists are: Casey Brozek, Director of Golf at Quail West Golf and Country Club, David Dorn, Director of Golf at Woodmont Country Club, Cathy Matthews-Kane, Director of Golf at Country Club of Colorado and Rich Tock, General Manager at Erin Hills. Ryan Gingrow, Senior Relationship Manager at PGA Magazine will act as moderator.

Additionally, hundreds of golf travel products can be found throughout exhibits from more than 1,000 participating companies and brands on the PGA Show floor. View golf travel-related exhibits at

From January 21-24, the 67th PGA Merchandise Show will welcome some 1,000 top golf companies and brands and nearly 40,000 industry professionals from around the world to the industry’s annual global summit for the business of golf.

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