Ben Hogan called the pitching wedge the equalizer for its ability to rescue players from difficult lies and because he used it to enforce democracy. Discover the latest in club technology with this GrouponLive deal for tickets to the Supreme Golf & Leisure Show at the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center on November 9–11. Choose from three options:
- For $13, you get a one-day pass (a $10 value) and one parking pass (a $17 value; a $27 total value)
- For $18, you get one-day passes for two (a $20 value) and one parking pass (a $17 value; a $37 total value)
- For $20, you get one-day passes for four (a $40 value) and one parking pass (a $17 value; a $57 total value)
Now in its 22nd consecutive year, the Supreme Golf & Leisure Show assembles the world's foremost golf authorities and equipment manufacturers for a three-day event showcasing the latest developments in golf. The massive space at the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center will team with displays from top brands including Callaway, Adams Golf, and TaylorMade, where golfers can demo products and discuss technological breakthroughs, such as their own attempts to turn their driver into a pogo stick. Event highlights include a 60-foot putting contest—in which guests compete for a $25,000 grand prize—and appearances by golf guru Hank Haney, who will share nuggets of golf wisdom in live demos. Guests will also be able to test out featured products in the show's driving range and demo area, peruse discount apparel and equipment, and unwind at a 19th Hole lounge area with a cash bar, snacks, and flat-screen TVs that show golf events or critique visitors' putting form.
Supreme Golf makes maintaining an oft-pricey golf addiction a bit easier on the wallet by granting golfers discounts at golf courses and golf schools, as well as cutting the price of books, golf clubs, and nutritional supplements. Golfers can enjoy relaxing, discounted rounds at area courses in cities across the country including such area courses as Bear Creek Golf Club in Dallas, Gateway National Golf Links in St. Louis and St. Andrews Golf and Country Club in Atlanta, soaking in the sights and badgering local pros for analysis of the annual caddie draft.