China Golf - PGA Merchandise Show

Event contact first name
Lily
Event contact last name
Xu
Email
lily.xu@reedguanghe.com
Event contact telephone number
+86 10 5933 9489
Description
China Golf - PGA Merchandise Show is the only dedicated trading and sourcing event covering the entire supply chain in China which is endorsed by the China Golf Association, the PGA of America, 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 other leading associations. The event keeps you ahead of your competition by offering you the cost-effective platform to showcase your latest products and services, get market updates, find new partners, and meet buyers and trade professionals including general managers, assistant general managers, directors of golf, superintendents, PGA Professionals, retail buyers and facility owners. The China Golf Show / PGA Merchandise Show - China, launched in 2002 and held annually in Beijing, has steadily grown into the Chinese golf industry's leading trading and sourcing event. It showcased over 480 brands and welcomed over 18,000 visitors in 2014. Partners and Endorsements China Golf Show received strong official support from the PGA of America, GCSAA and CMAA China Chapter. Show Specials Onsite activities and areas for golf course executives, industry professionals and golf enthusiasts include an indoor equipment testing center, fashion show, new product center and innovation area. The show will feature educational seminars led by the PGA World Alliance, GCSAA and CMAA China, delivering the expertise of the game's leading associations. A 'Play Golf Beijing' event on March 18 will give golfers of all skill levels an opportunity to experience the game in a friendly environment. The Career Fair connects qualified professionals and other visitors with job and educational opportunities in golf.

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