Exhibitor News

The latest updates and news from 2022 PGA Show exhibitors

Shot Scope (booth 2231) has redefined the rangefinder category in golf by introducing the PRO LX+, the game’s first laser rangefinder to feature GPS-powered distances and AI for personalized performance tracking.

Shot Scope is a leading international manufacturer of GPS-based distance tracking and game performance systems.

The PRO LX+ system includes three innovative devices that are sold as one unit, the PRO LX+, featuring GPS-powered distances and performance tracking, or individually as the PRO LX Rangefinder and H4 Game Tracker. Today, with research showing that modern golfers rely on multiple GPS devices, players of all levels now have one device, PRO LX+, that provides all of the on-course technology they need in one system.

“Shot Scope is thrilled to unveil this game-changing device to the golf industry, as we introduce GPS distance and performance tracking technology to laser rangefinder users for the first time ever,” said Shot Scope CEO David Hunter.

GolfTrainingAids.com (booth 2081) has been the go-to resource for golf teaching professionals and their students since its founding. Come see the inventor of the Divot Board, talk with World Long Drive champion Maruice Allen, meet @GolferGirlEm and see the latest putting mats.

Clubhouse Events (booth 3315) helps make your golf tournament look more like a PGA Tour event, increase fundraising at charity events, or add new club events for your members. The company packages tour-style LED leaderboards and custom tour-level tournament signage options for any event/outing.SportsBox.ai, Inc. (booth 2475) is showcasing its revolutionary app, Sportsbox 3D Golf, to start teaching with full 3D motion data on your mobile phone. The app allows users to point, shoot and analyze golf swings in full 3D detail – with no markers or sensors – in just a few seconds. The technology was built by the world’s most advanced AI scientists and golf’s most respected biomechanist, Dr. Phil Cheetham.

Technogym (booths 2173 /227), the new Official Training Equipment Supplier of the PGA of America, is showcasing its latest equipment in sports and golf performance including SKILLMILL™, SKILLRUN™, SKILLROW™ and Kinesis® One, plus it’s new Golf Performance Program that can be customized for any facility.

“Technogym has been training champions for the past 30 years, including our legacy as the official equipment supplier to the past eight Olympic Games,” said Marco Zambianchi, President of Technogym North America. “We are very proud to have been chosen by the PGA of America as the Official Training Equipment Supplier. This partnership represents a strong validation of our ongoing investment in R&D for our products, innovation and quality standards.”

The company continues to be the leader in the worldwide sports performance industry, providing world-class golf training solutions to the world’s top golfers through its innovative fitness equipment, helping players increase core stability as well as lower body strength and power.

FLAGD Golf (booth 3849) is displaying their new on-course GPS distance-measuring solution for golf courses’ par 3s. The solution provides a simple and accurate way to provide distances from pin locations on par threes to the various tee markers for the day.

“We have 250+ courses using our original FLAGD devices for their practice facilities and through those relationships had customers ask us about developing a solution to simplify the process of gauging distances on their par threes,” said Troy Parish, Founder & CEO of FLAGD Golf. “In conversations with customers they kept talking about the need for an on course solution to improve pace of play, provide a more accurate and efficient way to determine distances, and ultimately provide a better customer experience for their members and guests.”
Be sure to check out the Golf Fitness, Wellness & Instruction area (booth 2391) on the PGA Show floor for complimentary education sessions. The Golf Fitness Association of America and F45 will sponsor the stage programming.

Nexbelt — “The Belt With No Holes” — is showcasing more than two dozen new belts at its booth (5757), including new additions to their popular Braided Series.

Club Pro Manufacturing (booth 3843) is showing off its new Divot Station for golf cars. It refills divots and keeps players’ club spotless.

Theranco Lifestyles’ Greg Norman Collection (booth 5573) and Dunning Golf (booth 5673) are both exhibiting on the PGA Show floor this week. Theranco Lifestyles President S. Mike Elliott says Greg Norman Collection and Dunning Golf are showing their support for the PGA of America and PGA Show attendees by exhibiting.

Malcolm DeMille is displaying many new sculptural trophies, awards and accessories at their both (4335), in addition to some of the company’s more traditional favorites.

Bridgestone Golf (booth 1842) is introducing its new Tour B line of golf balls. The four distinct designs include design feedback from Tiger Woods and Bryson DeChambeau, and impressive material advances.

Golfzon (booth 3127) is unveiling its TwoVision simulator, the most advanced system ever produced by the company. TwoVision includes high-speed sensors to capture swing data and ball flight, as well as a 24-direction swing plate to recreate different lies and divot-sensing technology for performance feedback.

FlightScope (booth 1816) is introducing the new Mevo+ Pro Package, an add-on option to the company’s Mevo+ launch monitor that adds Fusion Tracking – a feature previously only available on the top-of-the-line X3 model – and more performance data, including the complete D-Plane dataset.

E-Z-GO (booth 4143) is leading a full transition from lead-acid batteries to lithium technology. The company is showcasing products using advanced Samsung SDi lithium technology this week.

Technogym (booth 2173) is showing its line of fitness equipment, including the new Excite Live line of cardio equipment and the new Technogym Live digital interface with a variety of training options for personalized workouts.

Motocaddy (booth 3321) is exhibiting at the PGA Show for the first time this year. The company is introducing the M7 GPS model, the world’s first remote controlled touchscreen caddy with GPS information for more than 40,000 courses.

TRUE Linkswear (booth 4273) is introducing the All Day Ripstop, an all-weather version of its popular TRUE Knit II shoe that has a weather-resistant upper crafted from 100 percent recycled polyester.

Tifosi Optics (booth 2856) is featuring affordable sunglasses with the company’s Enliven lens technology, which fine-tunes different wavelengths of light that matter most for golfers – green, blue and red – to better read course contours and definition in all light conditions.

DSG Global (booth 3157) is launching its new Shelby line of golf cars, based on the designs of automotive legend Carroll Shelby. The Shelby Cobra and GT500 models will be on display this week, evoking classic muscle cars from the 1960s for use at golf facilities and at active retirement communities.

Duca Del Cosma (booth 6154) is displaying its upcoming new collections of footwear this week, including the JL1 and JL2 models designed by tour player Joost Luiten. The company is also hosting complimentary drinks service at 4 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday of PGA Show Week.

Lohla Sport (booth 6372) is collaborating with Annika Sorenstam on a new line of premium ladies’ golf and lifestyle apparel. The company is also showing its current product line this week, including the popular Golf Fitness Pull-On Pant.

Pub Og (booth 4083) is launching a line of custom-made miniature Irish pub structures, handcrafted in Ireland with working bars for pouring a pint of stout or a dram of whisky. A unique solution for golf hospitality options.

Lyle & Scott (booth 6371) is debuting the men’s High Summer 22 Collection, featuring a variety of patterns and fabrications in polos, knitwear, layering pieces and bottoms that transition golfers from warm months into cooler weather.

Zero Friction (booth 3273) is unveiling the Wheel Pro push cart bag, a three-in-one product that is a carry bag with stand that quickly converts to a push cart. The versatile bag weighs only 10 pounds and is available in three colors.

Radmor (booth 5758) is showcasing its men’s and women’s golf apparel made from all-natural materials like Peruvian Pima cotton, elastane yarns and super-soft Tencel to create an eco-minded line with performance and comfort built in.

Trojan Battery Company (booth 3527) is introducing the GC2 48V lithium-ion battery for golf cars, promising fast charging and the ability to travel up to 15 percent farther than competitive products.

Spectrum Golf (booth 2904) is showcasing its line of golf apparel founded by Carter Bonas, a 10-year-old golfer with autism. The line’s SG pants carry messages on the inner belt loop to “be determined” and “lead the way” with a positive attitude.

Tagmarshal (booth 3425) is conducting live demos of its innovative tracking products and analytics solutions, which help golf facilities set goals, track results and optimize their business.

Le Club (booth 5549) is making a splash it its vibrant line of swimwear for men and boys, including eco-friendly options.

CertiFresh Cigar (booth 5943) is showcasing several new cigar brands this week, as well as a line of unique accessories and a new, low-maintenance humidor model.

McGowen Displays (booth 5052) is re-opening for business, specializing in retail merchandising solutions for golf facilities, including custom wood fixtures and retail displays, as well as wooden hangers and merchandise bags.

Sunday Golf (booth 2095) is introducing its unique line of carry bags, including the Loma, a minimalist model that weighs only two pounds and can hold up to eight clubs – perfect for short courses, practice sessions and walking the course.

Fairway Leathers (booth 4001) is showcasing its line of custom, handcrafted premium leather golf accessories. The line includes yardage book covers, headcovers, valuables bags and journal covers.

Whoosh Inc. (booth 3625) is debuting its app-based member booking system this week. The software can help clubs save hours of time and streamline operations while improving communication and enabling better member experiences.

Kinona (booth 6142) is featuring its new 2022 Fall and Resort collection of women’s apparel, featuring a range of on-trend colors and patterns in Italian fabrics with vibrant colors.

Clarity.Golf (booth 2033) has three new simulator products on display this week, including the innovative ClarityDesign, ClarityForce and ClarityNano models.

Golf Fundamentals (booth 3601) is highlighting the new book by PGA Professional Kirk Jones, “The Golf Fundamentals Model,” as well as the new Golf Fundamentals Model digital teaching and learning platform.

Famara LTD (booth 6449) is featuring its line of women-designed golf apparel for women, celebrating vibrant art-inspired designs and flattering feminine styles.

Uneekor (booth 2043) is unveiling its new prototype portable launch monitor, slated to launch later this year.

Stop by booth 2909 to check out BATCADDY’s wide range of electric push carts, including a new color program and the latest battery technology. Ranging from the X4 to X8 Series, golfers are able choose from over 2,000 colors to personalize their walking experience.

Japan’s Midori Anzen (booth 6153) is introducing fashionable and slim-fit PF1 golf pants. These revolutionary pants feature an integrated protective belt designed to support the back and waist.

Women’s Golf Day (June 7, 2022) will be featuring an expert panel on Thursday, Jan. 27 at 9:30 a.m. in room W312A of the OCCC or via Zoom. Register in advance at WomensGolfDay.com/PGAShow. PGA Members will earn one MSR credit for attending. The expert panel will discuss “Retention & Remaining Relevant.” Panelists will include:

  • Elisa Gaudet – Moderator – Founder, Women’s Golf Day
  • Cathy Harbin – PGA Master Professional, Owner Pine Ridge G.C., PGA of America at Large Board Director, Secretary, NGCOA
  • Trillium Rose– MA, PGA, LPGA, Titleist Ambassador & Director of Instruction at Woodmont Country Club
  • Ralph Stokes – Vice President, Diversity, Partnerships & Community Relations – PGA TOUR Superstore
  • Kim Johnson – Retail Marketing, Callaway Golf†

Global fashion brand JDX (booth 2759) will kick off the 69th PGA Show with a bang as country singer and songwriter (and golf fanatic) Colt Ford will appear from 8:30-9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26. Former PGA TOUR player and high-energy media personality Charlie Rymer will follow Ford in the JDX booth from 9:30-10:30.

Saintnine golf balls (booth 2755) welcomes former PGA TOUR player and media personality Charlie Rymer on Wednesday, Jan. 26 from 3-4 p.m. Each Saintnine golf ball features on one nine “Mental Mates,” that will help keep your mind on track.

Ex-PGA TOUR player and media personality Charlie Rymer will appear at SParms’ booth (2658A) on Thursday Jan. 27 from 10-11 a.m. SParms produces athletic apparel that protects and cools the skin from harsh UV rays.

Known for its innovative fishing and watersports apparel, Scales Gear (booth 5843) has entered the golf business. Check out the company’s wide range of attention-getting performance gear.

Woman-owned and made in the USA, Kilo Tango (booth 6444) offers a “course to cocktail” collection that includes a feminine color palette, flattering fits and county club-appropriate styles.

Birdies and Bows’ (booth 4461) ladies skorts, tops and outerwear easily transitions on and off the golf course. Customers love the comfortable, stretchy and dry-wicking fabric.

Harlestons (both 6054) is launching the Harlestons Heritage Collection this week. Sweat-resistant technology and stay-stiff collars are ideal for on- and off-course wear.

An industry leader in environmental sustainability, Swannnies Golf Apparel (both 6165) is a modern, affordable brand for millennials. Check out the subtle prints and timeless colors on display.

Cravin’ Golf (booth 5950) brings funk to the fairways with lots of fresh and cool designs for hoodies, headwear, golf bags and accessories.

Stop by Bella Bella Sports booth (6343) to check out colorful painting that are transformed into graphic designs. Matching tops, hoodies, skorts and headwear for women are featured.

You can meet with a custom design consultant from Katherine Way (booth 6243) to develop unique prints exclusive to your golf shop. Made in the USA, immediate inventory is available.

IBKUL (booth 6743) garments keep women and men cool on even the hottest days. Brand Ambassador Ann Liguori will appear in the IBKUL booth on Wednesday (10 a.m.-noon) and Thursday (1-3 p.m.).

Hot Girls Pearls (booth 4653) offers freezable cooling necklaces and bracelets that can be worn on the course. Each patented bead is filled with a non-toxic cooling gel.