A two-for-one season’s greetings ticket offer for next spring’s Ottawa-Gatineau GolfExpo is about to make sure that the stockings of golfers are loaded up with great stuff.
“When golfers or friends and family members of golfers visit our http://ottawa.golfexpos.ca/ website they can follow the links and buy two tickets for the price of $14, which is the cost of a single ticket once the special ends on Dec. 25,” says Carol Ann Campbell, regional director for the National Golf Course Owners Association and manager of the expo.
The 2014 version of the Ottawa-Gatineau GolfExpo is set for March 8-9 at the Ernst and Young Centre.
“We’re looking to provide a more interactive experience at this year’s expo. There will be a lot of balls in the air,” says Campbell.
Like it did for the first time in 2013, Falcon Ridge Golf Course is providing free parking and free shuttle service to and from the EY Centre during the Expo.
Located at 4740 High Rd. in Gloucester (a five-minute drive from the EY Centre) Falcon Ridge is the expo’s official off-site clubhouse. While there, players can check out the indoor High Definition Golf simulators and when they’re at the expo the course’s exhibit will be a must-visit.
The EY Centre has paid on-site parking. The cost is a flat fee $7 per vehicle.
Also, another bonus has been teed up for the first 1,000 show-goers that purchase their tickets online. They’ll receive a free sleeve of golf balls.
And for weekend late-risers, the after 3 p.m. two-for-one admission twilight special is back.
The Ernst and Young Centre is located at 4899 Uplands Dr.
(To stay in the swing groove this offseason, check out the accompanying video.)