Golf Tourism Network puts Wisconsin in the spotlight

Wednesday, 15 Jun, 2022 0

The Golf Tourism Network has unveiled details of its first international golf tourism event

The inaugural Wisconsin Golf Tourism Week (WGTW) takes place from 16 – 23 September 2022 at SentryWorld, Wisconsin, home to the 2023 US Senior Open.

The WGTW is an invitation only event and will showcase Wisconsin to both domestic and international golf and leisure travel companies from within the Golf Tourism Network.

Building on the exposure of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits, WGTW will help bolster Wisconsin’s position as an up-and-coming golf destination for both domestic and international golfers.

The week-long program features both Pre and Post FAM offerings to discover golf across the state, whilst meeting with the wider Wisconsin supplier industry in an informal setting.

Danny Seal Managing Director of The Golf Tourism Network said: “Having only recently launched The Golf Tourism Network, we are delighted to annunce our forthcoming event in Wisconsin so quickly.”

“Wisconsin is still relatively undiscovered to International golfers so ithis will quickly accelerate its growth. Our program allows buyers to do business with the primary golf stakeholders in Wisconsin”.



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