After a year’s hiatus, the Westchester Golf Show returns to mark the beginning of the golf season. The annual golf fest will be held at the Marriott in Tarrytown on March 12 and 13. A number of new exhibitors will be there and the program lineup is a bigger and better than ever.
“There will be more hitting bays and opportunities for quick, free lessons from Met PGA pros,” says event organizer Kate Keller. “And check out our designated kids zone for junior golf, presented in cooperation with the Met PGA and MGA.” Other new features include the Leros Lounge, which will offer wine and some great prizes, a Women’s Networking Breakfast with the EWGA, and several putting greens courtesy of Home Green Advantage.
The main stage has a lineup of presenters on topics like Slice-Free Golf (what a concept!), putting prowess, the rules of golf, yoga, fitness and nutrition, and a special panel discussion led by the Journal News’ Mike Dougherty with Frank Darby, Ambry Bishop, and Chris Case about college golf recruiting.
Tickets are $10 at the door or $9 in advance at https://tickets.lohud.com/e/golf-show/tickets.