The 2022 PGA Show organizers said it has implemented enhanced health and safety measures following CDC guidelines, local public health guidance and host venue protocols for its scheduled in-person Orlando, FL show to be held from January 25-28.

The organizers are posting the most up-to-date information about evolving health and safety protocols at

The PGA of America and PGA Golf Exhibitions, partners in organizing the PGA Show, said they have used the last 24 months to reimagine aspects of the event and invest in new programming.

“After two years apart, it is imperative for the industry to come back together and network, share business ideas and review new best practices to keep golf’s positive momentum going at every level,” said PGA of America President Jim Richerson. “There is an especially heightened value in collaboration and finding better ways of doing business while taking the necessary precautions. The 2022 PGA Show will be a welcome reunion for our PGA membership, and we look forward to engaging with and supporting our PGA Partners and the hundreds of participating companies who are committed to helping PGA Professionals advance their business objectives.”

“PGA Professionals and buyers have expressed a pent-up demand for sourcing merchandise and services and miss the in-person experience with products and company leadership. There is a desire to return to peer networking and solutions-based program­ming to leverage the rising consumer interest and navigate the related challenges our industry faces,” said PGA Golf Exhibitions Vice President Marc Simon. “The 2022 PGA Show will look different from previous events but will be a welcome return to connecting in-person with peers and industry leaders and can be a bridge to help our industry adapt and move forward in 2022 and beyond.”

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