04 Dec, 2017
Top International Golf Trade Shows
PGA Merchandise Show (Orlando, USA, 23−24 January) gathers more then 40000 visitors: industry leaders, representing 74 countries and over 1100 exhibitors
Golf Industry Show (San Antonio, Texas, USA, 3−8 February) With 550 exhibitors, the GIS trade show gives superintendents, owners, technicians and other golf facility professionals the opportunity to network and discuss the latest products and services in turf and facility care.
Rheingolf (Duesseldorf, Germany, 2−4 March) expects this year over 230 exhibitors from 25 destinations
PGA Fashion&Demo (Las Vegas, USA, 13−15 August) is An inspiring marketplace of golf’s top fashion brands & new apparel lines
EGCOA Golf Business Conference (Vienna, Austria, 22−23 March) now celebrating its 12th year, has fast become a major event for golfing industry players of all levels, and is a once a year opportunity to get up to speed with the latest trends and developments in the European and worldwide golf arena.
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