Whether you’re a tournament player or just like to drive the beer cart, or you like being out on the course with your family, you’ll find something to love at the West Michigan Golf Show at DeVos Place in downtown Grand Rapids.

The show opened yesterday afternoon and continues today and tomorrow in Downtown Grand Rapids.

There are tons of things for every level of golfer. For instance:

At the Applied Imaging Seminar Stage, the Golf Show welcomes Meg Mallon, a World Golf Hall of Fame member and 18-time LPGA winner. Other presenters include Alison Curdt, the 2015 LPGA Teacher of the Year; Joe Charles, Treetops; Jason Guss, Golf Digest’s Top Young Teacher list; Patti Butcher, Golf Channel Academy; Ian Hughes. GolfTEC; Jeff Caminiti, Maple Hill Golf.

The Treetops Par-3 Challenge is a mainstay of the Show as golfers vie for prizes and a chance at a $25,000 ace at a fully landscaped golf hole while raising funds for charity.

Parents and junior golfers love the PGA Family Fun Zone where activities include: taking a swing at Golfzilla and GolfGator, large inflatable targets; clinics from The First Tee of West Michigan; and miniature golf.Plus the latest info on junior golf including the highly popular PGA Junior League and the Drive, Chip & Putt Championship. All juniors age 14 and under are admitted free on Sunday with the first 100 receiving a free hat.

Check out the Trackman Performance Clubfitting area by the Ferris State PGM program and learn valuable data about your swing and equipment.

Courtesy of the Michigan P.G.A., golf pros are giving free lessons all weekend.

Retail outlets and golf courses offer a great shopping experience for clothing, equipment, shoes, accessories and more.

You can even book your golf getaway—whether for the Sunbelt soon or for sunny Michigan this summer— at the Golf Show. Many exhibitors have show specials exclusive for patrons stopping at their booth.