This year Ireland’s largest golf show has relocated to Northern Ireland’s newest event venue. The Irish Golf Expo will take place at the Eikon Complex, Sprucefield on Saturday and Sunday November 28 and 29.

Aimed at golfers and golf enthusiasts, the returning show will exhibit the latest innovative golf technology, equipment, apparel and even tailor-made travel for golfers.

There will be something for everyone in the family as this year’s Irish Golf Expo aims to be a fully-interactive event.

Kids will be able to try out their very own new golf zone with free lessons and specialised equipment just for kids. When it tees off this weekend the Irish Golf Expo will be Ireland’s largest golf show, supported by the biggest brands in the golf industry.

Experience the Rory Zone

You be able to experience the Rory Zone with its Home Of Rory McIlroy where you can hold and feel the very trophies Rory has won. We are massive Rory fans here in Northern Ireland and are proud of his many achievements such as the PGA championship, The Open and dating Caroline Wozniaki. The expo should be brilliant for Rory fans as it showcases all his success.

However we can’t forget his Oscar winning performance for Santander… I speak on behalf of Earth… please stick to golf, Rory!

The Merchandise Shop features Nike apparel, the U105 Washing Machine Challenge and the Open Championship, US Open and USPGA trophies on display. There will be competitions for long drive, putting and closest to the pin, not to mention the Ultimate Fourball Prize. The winner will bag a luxury overseas golf holiday, £2,000 of American Golf vouchers, TaylorMade-adidas Golf equipment and more golfing treats.

The world’s leading trick shot maestro David Edwards will be making a return too. At last year’s show he hit a golf ball from the very lips of retired Ireland International rugby player Stephen Ferris. As we can see below it was thankfully a success but it could have easily have been a disaster… still probably wouldn’t have been as bad as those chequered trousers.

To top off the experience for golf fans PGA professionals will be on hand to offer free lessons and swing tips to get their game in shape for the 2016 season.

Tickets cost £10 per adult with a family ticket for two adults and two children under 16 costing £15 and free entry for individual children under 16. For further information and to book tickets visit www.irishgolfexpo.com.

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