What’s The Best Way To Enjoy Golf In The “Off-Season”? Expos? Travel? “Get Out of Dodge?”

It’s the off season here in the northeast, but if you love golf, love shopping for new equipment and love getting ready for the “Golf On-Season” then there are plenty of opportunities for you.

This year, 2011, GolfGurls.com is traveling to The 2011 Orlando Trade Show. Closed to the public and attended only by golf pros and the media, GolfGurls.com snagged a media badge and we are ready to hit the Orlando Convention Center.

The event is absolutely packed with vendors showing off their very latest equipment, training gadgets, fashions, and who knows what else. We’re heading south and bringing camera, computer, and digital recorder to send you all the latest information from the trade show floor. We’re setting up interviews with some of the best in the business and will be posting those as podcasts both on this site and on our podcast channel on itunes as they go live.

We’ll be “broad posting” from Orlando beginning Wednesday, January 26 with daily updates.

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There are Golf Expos happening all over the country this year. Here are just a few Expos that are eager to have you visit …

Here in the northeast we have several regional golf shows to look forward to.

  • Rhode Island Golf Expo in Providence, February 19 – 20 at the Rhode Island Convention Center
  • The National Golf Expo Boston coming to the Seaport Bayside Expo Center, March 4 – March 6, — A great place to check out the latest golf equipment. For more information about this Expo and other regional events, check out the New England Golf Magazine online.

If you live near Palm Springs, don’t miss the Desert Golf and Travel Show at the Palm Springs Convention Center, March 12 – 13, 2011.

In Texas… Visit the Texas Golf Expo, March 18 – 20 at the Dallas Market Hall

The 2011 Michigan Golf Shows in Lansing in February and Novi in March. Click here for information to both.

Seattle Golf and Travel Show held February 11-13, at the Qwest Field Event Center

To discover a golf event in your area, go to your favorite search engine and search for the term “Golf Expos 2011.” There are literally hundreds of golf shows waiting for you to discover. One of them is sure to be in your locale.

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Travel for Golf

Golf in HawaiiJust heard about this great travel opportunity from Linda Tatten of Travels by TattenCruise and Golf in Hawaii… now that’s one for my “bucket list!”

From Travel Weekly: The Crystal Symphony will host its first Golf Experiences of Discovery to the Hawaiian Islands cruise departing from Los Angeles on April 24.

The 14-day roundtrip will offer travelers a chance to play on the Poipu Bay Golf Course on Kauai, the Ko’olau Golf Course on Oahu and Kaanapali Golf Course on Maui while calling at Honolulu, Hilo, Lahaina and Nawawiliwili, before a stop in Ensenada, Mexico.

Check out all the details at: Crystal Cruises, Golf Hawaii

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And finally…. It’s really happening: GolfGurls.com is traveling to Ireland this spring.

I’ve convinced my friend Noreen to leave her husband at home, grab her clubs and head off into the wild “green” yonder with me on a grand “GolfGurls Golf Holiday.”

We are traveling to the emerald isle for a week of adventure this coming May. As faithful readers to GolfGurls.com, you’ll be privy to all the details and all the plans we’re making. And if you’ve ever been to Ireland for golf, I welcome your ideas and suggestions— especially about what to wear. The weather in May is supposed to be mild… but in Ireland, you never know. We welcome all your advice. Just add them to the comments below.

We’ll be posting about all of our Ireland plans. So watch for the updates.

Erin Go Braless! 🙂

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Have you plans to attend a Golf Expo this “off-season?” Know of a great golf expo you want us to know about? Have you ever played golf in Hawaii or Ireland? Please add your comments.

  5 comments for “What’s The Best Way To Enjoy Golf In The “Off-Season”? Expos? Travel? “Get Out of Dodge?”

  1. Waldo Darnstaedt says:

    Wow that was odd. I just wrote an incredibly long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyhow, just wanted to say wonderful blog!

  2. Char @ IGolfPink says:

    All of my travels to Ireland were pre-golf days, however, I do know that there are a lot of public courses near some of the big name courses (like Old Head in Kinsale) that are very reasonably priced and offer a complementary experience.

    Layers is the name of the game for the weather in Ireland in spring. And it depends somewhat on what part of Ireland you are traveling to. Email me directly & I can give you more insight. I am actually hoping there is a trip to Ireland in my near future, too.

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