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Technology: Things to Know at the PGA Show

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The Day 2 theme on the floor at the 2022 PGA Show seems to revolve around technology and innovative ways to improve and analyze your game. There's a lot to offer in that category.
One of the most popular places on the PGA Show floor – a destination that some 87 percent of attendees visit each year – is the New Product Zone. Hundreds of new equipment, apparel and product companies are unveiling what could be the next wave of game-changing golf gear throughout the day at the location. 
While the footprint may be a little different, the event’s overall spirit still exists in droves.
Katie McCarthy, founder of the new women’s apparel brand Kilo Tango in Washington D.C., knew her opening day would be hectic, but found out why the PGA Show is a must-attend for so many people. “It was a big kickoff to our first year here, and we got a ton of good feedback and met a ton of people – the amount of connections we made was crazy,” said McCarthy. “We’re trying to cater to the modern-day golfer, and there’s no better place for finding that type of person than the PGA Show.”
With two days left, there's still a ton to see on the floor.
A portion of this article originally appeared in PGA Show News.
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