Trick Shot Artist Peter Longo and Three of the ’85 Football Champs
to Entertain on Daily Herald Main Stage
CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The 2016 Chicago Golf Show promises great deals, great entertainment and
a free round of golf for everyone who attends, Feb. 26-28, at the
Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.
The free rounds of golf come courtesy of GolfVisions, Inc., which
operates 16 courses in the Chicago area.
Well-known trick shot artist Peter Longo – a/k/a “The King of Clubs” –
will make his first appearance at the Chicago Golf Show, performing one
show each on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A Chicago area native, Longo
has performed in more than 3,000 exhibitions over the years, and he has
a regular feature giving golf tips on WGN-TV.
Three members of the 1985 Super Bowl championship team – tight end Emery
Moorehead (Friday), cornerback Mike Richardson (Saturday) and linebacker
Jim Morrissey (Sunday) – will try to sharpen their golf games by taking
lessons from Illinois PGA professionals Kevin Weeks, Brad Syslo and Kurt
Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance online at www.chicagogolfshow.com.
The 2016 Chicago Golf Show will feature an expansive indoor driving
range where golfers may hit the latest new clubs from the industry’s
most popular manufacturers. Please check chicagogolfshow.com for a
Illinois PGA professionals will be on hand to offer attendees free
lessons on the full swing, short game and putting. The Illinois Junior
Golf Association also will conduct its annual scavenger hunt for young
golfers again this year.
Everyone who attends the Chicago Golf Show loves the incredible bargains
on golf equipment offered by exhibitors from around the country.
Attendees in search of discounts will find huge savings on golf
equipment, golf balls, golf shoes, and golf apparel. In addition, dozens
of regional, national, and international golf travel destinations will
be exhibiting to help golfers plan their golf getaways.
The Chicago Golf Show is the nation’s oldest consumer golf show and one
of the largest. The show typically features more than 300 exhibitors and
attracts between 15,000 and 20,000 visitors.
Cronin Communications, Inc.
Barry Cronin, 847-698-1801