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Take advantage and attend our FREE educational seminars prior to the start of the Golf Industry Expo each day. Learn from industry experts and panels who discuss and debate topical subjects. If you would like to attend one or all seminars, please complete the registration form at the bottom of this page and submit.
2017 Seminar Details
Thursday November 2, 2017
TOWN HALL – STATE OF THE GOLF INDUSTRY
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Nottwasaga Meeting Room lower level
Stay informed about the Canadian golf industry, trends, changes and much more. Bring your questions and participate in a lively debate
Admission to The Town Hall is compliments of the PGA of Ontario and Pro Shop Magazine.
The Town Hall will consist of opening comments followed by industry specific panel discussion topics coupled with a Q & A period from the attendees.Rob Roxborough, Executive Director at the National Golf Club will be the Town Hall host and moderator.
The following golf industry executives have confirmed to be on the panel at press time (Additional executives may be added).
- Ian Leggatt Director of Golf & General Manager at the Summit Golf Club
- Jeff Calderwood NGCOA Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of CGSA
- Mike Kelly Executive director of Golf Association of Ontario
- Ian Scott of Ian Scott Consulting
- Dennis Firth, Director of Golf at Mississaugua Golf & C.C.
PGA of Canada – Ontario Zone Coaching Technology Workshop
1:00 pm -5:00 pm (Tuition: $175 – minimum 10 people)
Liam Mucklow of The Golf Lab will be hosting a hands on coaching workshop on Thursday November 2nd at our Industry Trade Show. This event will give participants the opportunity to use state of the art coaching technology like the Foresight GCQuad, Swing Catalyst Balance Plate, and Kvest 3D Motion Capture. This event will be limited to 18 people to ensure maximum contact time with each technology piece. Over the course of the afternoon Liam will guide the groups through the data capture, interpretation, and interventions measurable by each piece of technology.
Objective: To provide a high value “hands on” educational experience for the membership.
Format: This 4 hour workshop will be spread out into 3 modules; Launch Monitors, 3D Motion Capture, and Ground Reaction Forces. In each Module participants will have the opportunity to use the technology to measure interventions. Participants will have a 45 minute introduction to each of the three pieces of technology, as well as the exercises they will go through. From there the class will be split into three small groups to rotate through the technology stations.
Theme: Practical Application Of Objective Measurement