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Bunkered Live set to attract tens of thousands across three-day golf festival
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February 22, 2023
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Bunkered LIVE tees off at the Birmingham NEC on Friday and you can now get two tickets for the price of one.

Get direct access to the best golf brands, PGA pros and top-class tuition at the start of the season. The show runs for three days (February 24-26) and features some of the most well-known names in golf.

Have fun with bunkered LIVE’s indoor challenges, start planning your next golf break and join the bunkered editors as they discuss the biggest topics in the game in the brand-new Bunkered clubhouse. 

YouTube stars James Robinson, Seb on Golf, Zach Gould (aka Dr Golf) and Joe Miller, have been announced as our guest speakers!

The line-up of more than 100 plus incredible brands and experts at bunkered LIVE will have you ready to tee off your golf season better than ever before.

Book here now and get 2-for-1 tickets with the code: BL23TTFP

Your tickets include:
• £5 retail voucher to spend at the show
• Free copy of the bunkered magazine
• £20 golf travel voucher

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About Mark Flanagan

Mark Flanagan has spent 25 years as a sports journalist. He has written for multiple golf magazines and can often be found missing putts from inside gimme range.

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