It’s a right of passage in the Denver Area, the Denver Golf Expo in February. This year, 115 booths and vendors provided informational excitement for over 10,000 attendees in three days.
Each year, the show provides a few different vendors as well as the latest in clubs, balls, apparel and local and international courses.
Towa Golf Club in Sante Fe has had record moisture over the fall and winter and expects a spring opening with lush conditions.
Need to get in the swing before the course opens? Orange Whip maybe the answer combining their innovative training aid with their stance mat.
Mizuno demonstrated their latest driver the JXP 900 with Marcus Gregory, Mizuno Rep and Stan Sayers, Director of Instruction at Colorado Golf Club.
The Prairie Club in Nebraska offers four unique links-style courses with their own lodging and amenities, perfect for a guy’s weekend trip where golf and comradery are the focus.
Tour Edge has quietly been the wood and hybrid of choice for both tour and amateur players, and Robert Wright from Tour Edge gave people the opportunity to try the new woods and drivers.
Mountain golf is around the corner, and Grand County courses offer a unique summer experience with four diverse courses and stunning vistas.
Club Champion comes to Denver to give golfers the opportunity to comprehensively analyze and fit every club in their bag.