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Ping to showcase new product lines, fitting tools
Following the most comprehensive product launch in Ping history this past summer, the 50-year-old company will return to the PGA Merchandise Show to showcase its newest products and fitting tools.
Following the most comprehensive product launch in Ping history this past summer, the 50-year-old company will return to the PGA Merchandise Show to showcase its newest products and fitting tools at the Outdoor Demo Day, Indoor Demo Days, on the Show floor, and as a sponsor of the PGA Magazine Merchandisers of the Year Conference.
"We're excited to take part in the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show," says John Solheim, Ping chairman & CEO. "It's a tremendous venue for us to share our newest clubfitting technologies, while continuing the launch of our latest product lines. The role of the PGA Professional in communicating the benefits of custom fitting to golfers takes on even greater importance as the golf industry works toward ensuring a healthy future for the game. We look forward to meeting with our customers and industry leaders as we begin the 2010 golf season."
During Outdoor Demo Day, scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010, at Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge, Ping will showcase its latest fitting tools, including its newest version of nFlight Custom Fitting Software, while giving PGA Professionals the opportunity to test its new G15 and i15 product lines. Ping fitting specialists will be on hand to share their latest best practices to support retail efforts in 2010.
Ping will be participating in the Education Conference at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday.
From Thursday, Jan. 28 to Saturday, Jan. 30, Ping will exhibit on the Show floor, sponsor the PGA Best Practices Clubfitting Area and participate in the Indoor Demo Days at the Orange County Convention Center. All Show attendees will be able to receive hands-on best practices information from the recognized leader in clubfitting and test the latest Ping products on both the indoor golf range and short games areas.
Additionally, Ping will return as the exclusive golf equipment company sponsoring the third annual PGA Magazine Merchandisers of the Year Conference, Jan. 24–26, at the Reunion Resort in Orlando. The conference will bring together attending 2009 PGA Merchandisers of the Year selected by The PGA of America's 41 nationwide Sections. They will be joined in the unique forum by other merchandising experts.
"We are honored to have Ping join us again as part of the PGA Equipment Forum and Outdoor Demo Day at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show," says PGA President Jim Remy. "The PGA of America has enjoyed a long history with Ping."