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Several big golf companies to skip the 2022 PGA Merchandise Show

POSTED ON November 21, 2021 @ 10:58 am

The PGA of America and PGA Golf Exhibitions on Thursday jointly announced a list of companies planning to attend the 2022 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando. The release also reveals which companies are opting not to take part. 

More than 450 companies have signed up to attend the show and more than 600 are expected to exhibit their goods and services at Demo Day on Jan. 25 at Orange County National Golf Center and January 26-28 at the Orange County Convention Center. Among them will be Bridgestone, Cleveland/Srixon/Xxio, Cobra/Puma Golf and Ping.  

The companies skipping this year’s PGA Show include Callaway, Mizuno, PXG, TaylorMade, Titleist, Tour Edge and Wilson

TaylorMade has not attended the PGA Show since 2018. PXG, founded in 2014, has never had a booth or formally been a part of the PGA Merchandise Show.

“The PGA of America greatly values the companies who are coming to Orlando to connect personally with our membership and align with our association to grow the game,” said Jim Richerson, president of the PGA of America. “We are keenly focused on addressing critical industry issues and offering timely solutions for our professionals at the PGA Show to help the business of the sport move forward. It will be a welcome reunion for our membership and the industry, and we look forward to engaging with and supporting our PGA partners and the hundreds of other companies who have committed to helping thousands of PGA professionals advance their business objectives at the 2022 PGA Show.” 

Source: Golf Week

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