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Season Curtain-raiser Returns to Glasgow

2015 Scottish Golf Show To Be ‘Best Ever’ Organisers Promise Three-Day Event Will Be The ‘Most Interactive’ To Date

THE organisers of the 2015 Scottish Golf Show are promising that this year’s show, which is taking place at the SECC in Glasgow from March 27-29, will be the biggest and best to date.

Since its launch in 2006, the Scottish Golf Show has become a major fixture in the diary and is now widely recognised as the curtain-raiser to the new season in the home of golf.


And, as it makes its return to Scotland’s biggest city following last year’s successful show at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston, the three-day golfing bonanza will be even more unmissablethan usual, according to its organisers.

As well as its largest-ever collection of exhibitors, with over 120 different stands to check out, the show will also be more interactive than ever, with numerous opportunities for visitors to get their hands on the latest products from all of golf’s biggest names.

“The Scottish Golf Show has, by now, firmly established itself as the best way to start the new golf season but that doesn’t mean that we are ever going to get complacent,” said show organiser Tom Lovering.

“On the contrary, we remain committed to delivering the best possible event for our customers and take steps to improve on it year on year. With our biggest-ever range of exhibitors, a massive on-site shop operated once again by Europe’s No.1 golf retailer American Golf, and numerous opportunities for people to actually physically test the products, we are confident this year’s show will not only be the biggest to date but the best, too. We are excited to return to Glasgow and look forward to welcoming golfers to the SECC at the end of March.”

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