PGA of America and PGA Golf Exhibitions Announce Early Exhibitor List; Provide Attendee Registration Update for 2022 PGA Show

The PGA of America and PGA Golf Exhibitions are projecting that more than 600 golf brands will connect in person with thousands of PGA Professionals, golf buyers and industry leaders through their participation in the 2022 PGA Show, Jan. 25-28 in Orlando. The PGA Show is annually the largest gathering of PGA Members and will reunite the global golf community at the Orange County Convention Center for the 69th edition of golf’s longest running, most influential business gathering.

Returning as an in-person event for the first time since January 2020 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the PGA Show will follow all health and safety standards, based on CDC guidelines, local public health guidance and host venue protocols, to support a safe and comfortable experience at the 2022 PGA Show.

“As we transition from the pandemic, there is an especially heightened value in coming together to find better ways of doing business, uncovering products to make the game more enjoyable and personally connecting with people who share a passion for the sport and the business of golf,” said PGA of America President Jim Richerson. “The PGA of America greatly values the companies who are coming to Orlando to connect personally with our Membership and align with our Association to grow the game. We are keenly focused on addressing critical industry issues and offering timely solutions for our professionals at the PGA Show to help the business of the sport move forward. It will be a welcome reunion for our Membership and the industry, and we look forward to engaging with and supporting our PGA Partners and the hundreds of other companies who have committed to helping thousands of PGA Professionals advance their business objectives at the 2022 PGA Show.”

“Much has changed since we last gathered in January 2020 and the PGA Show is changing too in order to help tackle issues unique to this current business climate,” said PGA Golf Exhibitions Vice President Marc Simon. “While we anticipate a temporary contraction in participation this year, we are pleased to share that we are on course to welcome more than 600 golf brands and thousands of industry stakeholders to the 2022 PGA Show. Buyers have expressed a pent-up demand for merchandise and services and miss the in-person experience with products and company leadership. There is a desire to return to peer networking and national-level education and industry programming that only PGA Show Week can provide through the collaborative efforts of the PGA of America with allied partners such as the NGCOA, AGM and others. We look forward to providing the golf community with an exceptional event experience.”


Participating Golf Brands

Many of the most recognizable brands in golf have announced their participation and support, including Bridgestone Golf, Cleveland Golf, COBRA PUMA Golf, PING, Srixon and XXIO within the PGA Equipment Forum.  They will join veteran companies and those new to the golf marketplace to create a dynamic Show floor with a multitude of in-person product experiential exhibits featuring more than 600 brands. Current participating brands include:


Bridgestone Golf

Bushnell Golf

Cleveland Golf



Full Swing



Nikon Golf




US Kids Golf




Antigua Sportswear

Boston Scott

Bugatchi Uomo

Columbia Golf

Dunning Golf


Greg Norman Collection

Holderness & Bourne

Imperial Headwear

  1. Lindeberg

Johnston & Murphy

Lyle & Scott

Mizzen & Main


SanSoleil. UV50 Apparel Skechers

Smathers & Branson

Straight Down

Under Armour

Club Car


Easy Picker Golf



NBC Sports Next/GolfNow


Range Servant

Stentens Golf Cart Accessories

Sterling Cut Glass

Supreme Golf

Synthetic Turf



Wittek Golf Supply

Yamaha Golf Car

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Participating Golf, Resort, Retail and Golf Management Companies

Pre-registration and official event hotel reservations are currently open at Thousands of PGA Professionals and key buyers have pre-registered and are making plans to attend the 2022 PGA Show. A sampling of resorts, management companies and top private and public golf shops pre-registered to attend include:

Ballybunion Golf Club

Bel-Air Country Club

Bellerive Country Club

Boyne Resorts/Bay Harbor Golf Club

Brentwood Country Club

Carnoustie Golf Links

Club Corp

Congressional Country Club

Desert Mountain

Dick’s Sporting Goods

Escalante Golf Club

Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course

Four Seasons Golf Club

Golf Galaxy

Golf Headquarters

Golf USA


Greystone Country Club

Haggin Oaks

Hamilton Golf and Country Club

Horseshoe Bay Resort

Hudson National Golf Club

Hyatt Lost Pines Resort

Indigo Golf

Innisbrook Resort

Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Ko Olina Golf Club

Kohler Co.

Muirfield Village Golf Club

Nantucket Country Club

OBS Sports

PGA Tour Superstore

Pinehurst Resort

Reunion Resorts Club

Riviera Country Club

Royal County Down GC

Royal Portrush Golf Club

San Antonio Country Club

The Belfry Hotel & Resort

The Breakers

The Broadmoor

The Golfers Warehouse

The Sea Pines Resort

TPC Sawgrass

Treetops Resorts


Turning Stone Resort Casino

Wailea Country Club

Walt Disney World Golf

Whistling Straits

An Emphasis on Education:

The last 18 months have seen a tremendous rise in consumer interest in golf resulting in growth and new business challenges for PGA Professionals and golf executives. The 2022 PGA Show educational and industry programming will offer solutions to the current business climate during education sessions from industry experts and during panel best practices from top performing peers. PGA Show Week will begin again with the National Golf Course Owners Association Golf Business Conference, Jan. 24-26, followed by the AGM Golf Retail Conference on Jan. 25. The world’s largest professional demo day returns on Jan. 25 at the Orange County National Golf Center with a new emphasis on clubfitting education and demonstrations, moving forward with a new event name, the PGA Show Demo & Fitting Day. The PGA Education Conference also begins on Jan. 25 with outdoor coaching and clubfitting workshops at the Demo & Fitting Day and golf operations and executive management education sessions at the Convention Center. Complimentary PGA Professional workshops on Membership topics will be offered in the PGA Member Business Center during Show days. All PGA Education sessions Jan. 26-28 will be scheduled with less overlap during Show Floor hours, and most PGA Education programs will be available virtually after the event on the PGA Show 365 platform, PGA Show Connects.


A Return to In-Person Product Experiences and Peer Networking

After more than 18 months of virtual business dealings, many PGA Professionals and buyers are ready to return to in-person product experiences and peer networking at the PGA Show. The PGA of America and PGA Golf Exhibitions have reimagined many event aspects to enhance product discovery and testing, and opportunities for peer interactions. PGA Professionals can look forward to a new PGA of America pavilion, the PGA Hub, featuring an industry presentation stage, a PGA Professional Lounge, PGA Coaching demonstrations, PGA Career Services and activations for Association initiatives and business partners. The popular Equipment Test Center will feature new technology enhancements and relocate the putting green and short game area near the indoor driving range to create one centralized equipment experiential and testing area. The Fashion Buyer Lounge will be more centrally located in the Apparel Hall and accommodate the annual live Fashion Show. Attendees can also look forward to a return of popular Show floor destinations including the New Product Zone, Golf Travel Pavilion, Inventors Spotlight Pavilion, a new Racquet & Paddle Pavilion, Golf Fitness, Wellness & Instruction Pavilion and the Adaptive Golf Center.

Event details, hotel reservations and registration information are available at