Promise of exciting times at Golfest


  • Golf
  • Sunday, 25 Feb 2018

THE largest golf festival in the country will be held at TPC Kuala Lumpur from March 1 to 4 and there will be loads and loads of bargains and things to do and see.

That was the assurance from MST Golf managing director K.P. Low, who added that they intended to make this annual event “the biggest yet” and were doing all in their power to achieve just that.

“We’ve been staging the Golfest for years now,” said Low. “But this year we are going all out to make it one to remember and bid to also make it the biggest one ever.”

Detailing some of what golf enthusiasts might expect at the event, Low said there would be participation from the well-known golf brands, showcasing their equipment, accessories and apparel.

“Our guests and visitors to the Golfest are welcome to try out the latest and most popular equipment there is on the market. They can also browse some of the latest accessories and apparel.”

A handy golfer himself, Low said there would also be long drive and putting contests.

“This year we will also feature a “Hit the Barrel Challenge” and visitors will win prizes if they do manage to hit it.

“Several activity booths will also be set-up for our guests, as well as photo booths, food stalls and golf travel booths where lucky draws will take place.”

A free golf clinic at the academy is also on the cards, as too are shoe fitting and custom golf club fitting sessions, hosted by Mizuno, Honma, Wilson, Ping, PXG, TaylorMade and Titleist.

“The activities for juniors and kids have always been popular at the Golfest and we expect more of the same,” said Low.

“And with this in mind, we have lined up numerous things for the young ones to do and enjoy during the event.”

The Golfest will operate between 10am and 9pm each day.

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