CBS Sports HQ was live on site at the 2022 PGA Show covering the entire event as it unfolded from the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. We updated this page throughout the four-day event, which began on Tuesday, Jan. 25 with demo day and concluded Friday, Jan. 28 in the convention center.
Keep on reading for highlights from the show, interviews with some of the biggest names in golf, inside looks at the latest equipment, fun videos and much more from the show. You can also check out the event information links to know what you can expect if you wish to attend in 2023
CBS Sports at the 2022 PGA Show
- Recap: Five great products that will improve your game and look in 2022
- Annika Sörenstam discusses her future: U.S. Open qualification, becoming an ambassador to the game
- PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh explains why the parity of golf is helping the sport grow
- Modern golfwear: Fashionable and innovative
- Kerry Haigh, PGA Chief Champions Officer: What it takes to put on top-tier events like the Ryder Cup
- TRUE Linkswear: Innovative, eye-catching footwear for the walking golfer
- Radmor: Golf wear focused on sustainability and comfort
- Golfzon: Breaking down the most advanced golf simulators on the market
- Sunday Golf has designed bags that are perfectly suited "fore" the weekend
- FlightScope Launch Monitor offers an extremely realistic look at your swing
- Tom Wildenhaus talks being named PGA of America Professional of the Year
- First look: Coolest thing seen during setup at the PGA Show
Need to know
What is the merchandise show? It is the golf industry's leading trade-only event featuring the latest in equipment, technology, apparel, accessories and more.
Who attends the merchandise show? Among those walking the grounds this week will be golf industry professionals, buyers for facilities and courses, PGA and LPGA professionals, golf shop and pro shop owners, golf coaches and instructors, students, entrepreneurs, tournament directors and more.
What happens at the merchandise show? Not only are industry leaders and equipment manufacturers in attendance, there are more than 600 interactive golf exhibits. (There's a reason the event is three days inside the convention center -- it will take that long just to get around and see everything once.) There are also education sessions, shows, forums and much more from Wednesday through Friday.