Welcome to the PGA Show. Now, be YOU.

At RX’s PGA Show, everyone belongs. We cultivate a culture of inclusion at all our events, where the very things that make each of us unique are celebrated. Our exhibitors, attendees, partners and event colleagues are people from a wide variety of backgrounds, who make our shows stronger and our collective experience richer.  Now, be YOU.


The PGA Show, organized by Reed Exhibitions (RX) in partnership with the PGA of America, is the most meaningful rallying point of the year for the business of golf and is the world’s doorway to the game’s future. PGA Professionals and industry leaders form a dynamic international community to network and test the newest products, programs and ideas to inspire innovation, create solutions, and build business and passion for the game. By discovering all that is new, PGA Professionals and buyers drive more value to their facility, differentiate their shop from competitors and further their career. The PGA Show returns to Orlando, Jan. 24-27, 2023. The event remains a trade-only event, not open to the public.


The PGA Show Insider is a monthly newsletter showcasing the stories and faces behind some of PGA Show’s participating brands and facilities.



Our team cannot wait to return to the PGA Show in person this year. The PGA Show is vital to the success of our operation in many ways. From networking to seeing new vendors and everything in between, the PGA Show allows our team to get energized and excited for the next season. Equally important is the team building my team is afforded the opportunity to have throughout the week, which is paramount to the success of our operation.

The PGA Show is essential to our annual operation and team members -- it's a cornerstone of our business planning,” notes Patrick Casey, PGA Assistant General Manager at Brentwood Country Club in Los Angeles. “The ability to conduct commerce and network in a golf-centric environment (at the PGA Show) allows us to stay up to date and abreast of an ever-changing business environment. We look forward to being back in person.

It’s time to get back to face-to-face interactions and put this pandemic in our rear view mirror,” says John Fields, PGA Director of Golf at Belmont Country Club in Belmont, Mass. “The PGA Show is the start of our business calendar every year. It gives us a clear vision of the health of the golf industry and permits us to see what is new and exciting in the industry. The opportunity to network with other PGA Professionals and with representatives of so many golf companies is priceless.

I feel networking is one of the biggest components of being a PGA Professional,” says EJ McDonnell, PGA Director of Golf at Bonita Bay Club in Naples, Fla. “The annual PGA Show gives us the best opportunity to meet new professionals, see incredible new products and vendors, and of course see many of our peers that we don’t get to see on a regular basis.