The Toronto Star Golf & Travel Show presented by Metroland Media Group returns to the International Centre in Mississauga for its 26th year. From February 19 through 21 show attendees can visit exhibitors and PGA experts from across North America and find incredible pricing on golf equipment, clothing and accessories.
One of the largest consumer golf and travel shows in North America and the largest in Canada, the show is proud to welcome PGA professional Martin Chuck, PGA of Canada veteran Robert Bernard, Ontario PGA Hall of Famer Sam Young, The Canadian Golf Teachers Federation Master Teaching Professional and Course Examiner Bill Bath aka the “GolfYoda” and Tim O’Connor, writer and mental performance coach at ClubLink Academy at Glen Abbey to the main stage for a series of daily seminars.
Dozens of resorts from Florida, South and North Carolina, Kentucky, New York, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, and Ireland will be at the show with fantastic golf vacation packages for sale with show special pricing. For those wanting to stay within Canada, the Ontario Golf Pavilion will be offering giveaways and show specials for golf courses, tourist destinations and resorts across Ontario.
Be sure to drop by the National Golf Course Owner’s Association (NGCOA) Spring Into Golf feature as they give away 5,000 rounds of golf on a first come first serve basis. This year the NGCOA will also feature a “Giant Auction” where rounds of golf for twosomes and foursomes at prestigious courses in the Toronto area will be up for bid.
Other show highlights include the $10,000 Hole-In-One Challenge presented by ClubLink Players Club; PGA of Ontario teaching area; the 50-Foot Putting Challenge; Manufacturer’s Demo Range presented by Golf Town highlighting the latest golf clubs; Mini Putt Course; golf simulators and the Golfzon Long Drive Championship.
Tickets for The Toronto Star Golf & Travel Show presented by Metroland Media Group can be purchased online or at the door with discount rates of $10 per person for Twilight Round entry (Friday after 4pm; Saturday after 3pm; Sunday after 2pm) and for groups of ten or more. General admission (ages 19 to 64) $15, Seniors (65+) $12 and free admission for those 18 and under, compliments of Georgian College.