The 2022 PGA Show concludes at 1 p.m. today with a final chance for attendees to browse golf’s newest products at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
“We’ve had a truly full PGA Show experience in terms of traffic in our booth and engagement with our customers,” said Gunnar Kleveland, President & CEO of E-Z-GO. “Our appointment books were completely full, and we’ve been glad to share our new Liberty golf car and our commitment to golf and sustainability with our customers in person this week. It feels good and right to be back.”
The 2022 PGA Show offers another opportunity for attendees to also source products, attend education seminars and network with their peers. A total of 10 sessions are on tap for Friday, with topics ranging from retailing to coaching. There will also be a PGA HOPE/Patriot Golf Day presentation on the Industry Stage at the PGA Hub at 10 a.m.
The Equipment Test Center remains open with opportunities for attendees to hit the latest clubs, both full swings at the indoor range area, and on a pair of putting greens. Products to test include golf clubs, launch monitors, simulators and other high-tech gear.
Media outlets are also continuing to broadcast from the PGA Show Floor, with CBS Sports HQ, Golf Channel and SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio all planning to air shows live on Friday.