Good Deals at the 2012 Greater Milwaukee Golf Show

March 2, 2012 by
Filed under: Golf 

The annual Greater Milwaukee Golf Show takes place this weekend at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex in Franklin.  The show runs Friday through Sunday.  In addition to golf seminars, activities, and exhibits, there are some great deals available for attendees.

Golf Show Ticket Discounts

Tickets to the Golf Show are $8 at the gate but you can get two tickets for $8 from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s DealWatch.  This offer is available for purchase through 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, with a limit of four tickets per order.

Free Rounds of Golf

Everyone who attends the Golf Show will receive a free round of golf courtesy of Milwaukee County Parks!  Select from Currie, Grant, Greenfield, Lincoln, Dretzka, Whitnall, or Oakwood golf courses.

Attendees will also receive a free round of golf at either Windwood of Watertown or The Meadows of Six Mile Creek in Waunakee.

Golf show visitors will also receive a free one-year subscription to either Golf Digest or Golf World magazines.

For full Golf Show details including hours, visit the 2012 Greater Milwaukee Golf Show website.


2 Comments on Good Deals at the 2012 Greater Milwaukee Golf Show

  1. Shane on Sat, 3rd Mar 2012 9:07 AM
  2. This year’s golf show is a total disaster. I attended the show on Friday the 2nd. I left my home in Okauchee with a friend at 11:15, we arrived at the Sports complex at 12:15. What we arrive to was something I have never seen before at a golf show.

    Venders still setting up, what the heck is wrong with this picture. Then on top of that they had people stading in the enterance way, we were jammed in like sheep. Dont even get me started about parking; that was a complete joke.

    The Sports Complex is way to small for this event and It was very unorganized to say the least. Walking in the place looking at Golf packages was a joke. We couldn’t get in to really talk to people about items they were selling. Never the less I will not attened the Golf Show next year if it is held at the Complex. I’d rather pay 5 dollars for parking and have a better time.


  3. Milwaukee Consumer on Sat, 3rd Mar 2012 9:20 AM
  4. Thanks for sharing your experience, Shane!

    According to the Golf Show website, the show didn’t officially start until 1 p.m. on Friday, which explains why vendors were still setting up at 12:15. It sounds like they let you in early. I would be interested in hearing what the parking and crowd situation is like on Saturday and Sunday.

    Were you able to score the free golf vouchers? Were there any other freebies that they were giving away?

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