Driving Growth of US$84 Billion Golf Industry


Orlando, Florida, United States: The 70th PGA Show will bring together PGA Professionals, golf leaders, industry executives and retailers from around the world to meet with more than 800 golf companies at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Centre from January 24-27.

Following two years of business disruptions by the global pandemic, all indicators point towards a vibrant PGA Show Week packed with opportunities to test and source the latest golf innovations, attend high-level industry presentations, participate in education and career workshops and connect in person with peers and golf leaders to drive continued growth of the sport and the US$84 billion golf industry.

The PGA Show, organised by PGA Golf Exhibitions and the PGA of America, began in the trunks of cars at a winter golf tournament in 1954 and has grown into golf’s longest-running and largest global business gathering.

“Like many in our global golf community, I can’t wait to return to Orlando to launch a New Year for the business of golf and meet with peers during our industry’s most significant business event and the largest annual gathering of PGA Professionals,” said John Lindert, President of the PGA of America, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.

He added: “PGA Show Week represents a key opportunity for us all to experience and source the latest innovations, develop our professional networks, share best practices, enhance our knowledge through the education platform and connect in person.

“Our professional community, the sport and business of golf are always better from our industry-wide collaboration at the PGA Show.”


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