The largest golf expo in Colorado, Denver Golf CyberExpo, took place virtually on March 12-13. The two-day event highlighted educational sessions from some of golf’s best instructors, exhibitor presentations, special offers, and giveaways of quality apparel that any golfer would want to bring to the fairway.
Educational Sessions & Golf Brand Presentations
The Colorado Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA) sponsored several educational sessions. One of the highlighted speakers was Zach Lambeck, Director of Teaching Quality at GOLFTEC and someone who has provided analysis for the Golf Channel and GolfDigest. Zach showed viewers tips on how to strategize like pro players do on the PGA Tour.
One of the biggest draws of the weekend was an educational session on doubles golf that featured the greatest golfer of all-time, Jack Nicklaus. The Golden Bear provided his insights along with Eddie Ainsworth and Bog Longmire.
And Showmetry’s chat feature allowed attendees to ask questions, engage with the experts, and even request a private meeting in the future.
Exhibitor presentations were also provided by Mizuno, PING, and Callaway. And, Grand Golf Trips provided advice during their Saturday session on how to plan a perfect golf getaway during a pandemic while remaining safe and comfortable.
The presentations and educational sessions are still available to watch for the next 30 days, so you still have time to register for free and watch.
Through Showmetry, offers have been able to stay available to all still interested in registering for the Denver Golf CyberExpo despite its conclusion last week.
Over 80 offers and discount codes remain live on the Showmetry portal for the event and most won’t expire until end of March or April. So, if you’re looking for free rounds of golf, discounts on merchandise and equipment, or even discounted lessons, you’ll still be able to sign up for the CyberExpo and take advantage of these offers. Simply visit: https://denvergolf2020.showmetry.com/offers/list.
The Denver Golf CyberExpo also ran giveaways throughout the weekend. From the latest golf clubs to free getaways to some of the jaw-dropping golf courses across the country, attendees were able to sign-up for a chance to win.
Don’t Miss Out
Despite the conclusion of the live show, the 2021 Denver Golf CyberExpo is still ongoing. One of the benefits of virtual shows is longevity. So, if you’re still looking to learn from golf’s experts on how to improve your game, the Showmetry site for the CyberExpo is set to remain open through April.