Sunday, February 04, 2024

Toronto Golf and Travel Show 2024

The spring-like weather is tempting golfers to get out on the links and enjoy a round and a tasty beverage but we all know that we have to wait for the club openings usually beginning in early to mid-April, unless you can find a game of winter golf available or head south to the warmer climes - which is why travel is the perfect partner for a golf show. For those that can't wait for spring then it's time to head to the Toronto Golf and Travel Show presented by Golf Town and partner Toronto Star from February 2 to 4, 2024 at the International Centre in Hall 5.

“We are excited and proud that Golf Town is now the official partner of the annual golf and travel show” Michael Beckerman, Chief Client Officer Toronto Star said. “The 2024 show will be the biggest in its more than 30-year history. As one of world’s largest and most renowned golf retailers, Golf Town is committed to growing the game of golf.”
Todd Keirstead gives some great advice on stage

This is Canada's largest golf and travel show and on the occasion of the 32nd annual show promises to be bigger and better than ever; featuring contests, travel destination leaders, a live auction and bidding on golf packages at some of Ontario's premier golf courses. The show is expected to welcome approximately 20,000 guests over the weekend, from beginners to experts in golfing along with people just seeking travel vacations. The Toronto Golf and Travel Show hopes to inspire golfers and will focus on gender equality and diversity. Please note that the travel portion of the show generally is about golf vacation destinations with a lot of American and Caribbean locations.

“We are thrilled to expand our close relationship with TORSTAR by adding the Toronto Golf Show to our joint ventures. Our shared passion of growing and celebrating the game led us to a collaboration on SCOREGolf and the Golf and Travel Show is the next step in our growing partnership. As part of our leadership position in the game it is time for us to return to this long-standing kick off to the season in the Canadian market as we continue our journey to becoming the Home of Golf. We are happy to be a small part of this legacy event and look forward to the energy it creates and the anticipation for players and the industry when the cold clears, the courses open up in spring 2024 and we can all tee it up again.” said Chad McKinnon President, Sporting Life Group.

You can even bring in your antique golf items to be appraised for free by the Golf Historical Society of Canada at their booth. And remember that parking is free at the International Centre.

Show hours are Friday: noon till 6pm, Saturday: 10am till 5pm and Sunday: 10am till 4pm. General admission is $20 at the door. You can check out their website for additional admission costs and more information on the show.

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