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PGA backs British Golf Show 2020 as tickets go on sale

The PGA has announced its support of the British Golf Show 2020, as tickets for this year’s event go on sale.

The two-day public exhibition, newly-titled The British Golf Show in association with The PGA, will take place on May 15th and 16th 2020 at Wycombe Air Park. The event is in its second year.

The PGA’s booth will be located at the heart of the main exhibition hall, with all visitors encouraged to start their day by visiting the stand – where they will be able to claim a free golf lesson from one of six PGA Professionals who will be on hand daily.

The PGA will also supply retail support to equipment manufacturers running custom-fitting sessions on the Driving Range, where bays will also be allocated exclusively for free lessons given by the participating PGA Professionals.

The PGA and British Golf Show will also cross-promote each other’s 2020 activities during the run-up to the exhibition, including articles and advertisements in The PGA Professional magazine which is sent to all PGA Members.

“We intend to make this a truly productive partnership, highlighting the valuable role which PGA Professionals play in life at almost every British golf club” said Alex Ayling, Managing Director of The Elite Luxury Events. “We are enormously proud to be able to highlight the amazing work The PGA does in this new association.”

“The PGA is delighted to support this year’s British Golf Show, and to promote it widely both to the golf industry and to potential visitors. We look forward to taking part in May’s event” said Liam Greasley, PGA Executive Director – Commercial.

Public ticket sales have now opened at, with pre-booked day tickets at £15 per visitor excluding under 16s, who get in for free. The event’s organisers, The Elite Luxury Events, are donating £1 from each ticket sold to charity.

The British Golf Show is co-located with the long-running The Elite Events – London luxury lifestyle exhibition, and access to both Shows is open to all visitors. Some of the golf exhibits will also be located in The Elite Events – London exhibition halls.

As well as enjoying both exhibitions, all visitors will have access to over a dozen additional on-the-day experiences, including helicopter pleasure flying, clay pigeon shooting, runway supercar test drives and more. It’s all on

Other key industry supporters of the British Golf Show include Europe’s largest golfer network, and the UK Golf Federation which now has a membership of almost 600 golf clubs.

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