2020 Chicago Golf Show
February 3, 2020
A new game of chance called Stroke of Luck® will be one of many unique exhibits at the 2020 Chicago Golf Show, Feb. 28–Mar. 1 at the Donald E Stephens Convention Center. Stroke of Luck combines the skills of putting with games of chance, such as Poker, 5-Card Draw, Texas Hold’em and Euchre.
Played on a high-grade mat, Stroke of Luck players putt for the best 5-card hand on one of two custom mats, featuring a representative 52-card deck, complete with four wild cards. The roll of a die determines one of six tee positions to begin the game. “Stroke of Luck’s championship putting surface boasts a stimp rating of 11–13”, says co-creator and golf aficionado Tom Muldowney, President of 2Skills, LLC.
The Stroke of Luck game is available in two sizes: the 3’ x 9’ Executive mat, great for home or office and the 4’ x 12’ Club Model, perfect for country clubs or sports bars. Chicago Golf Show attendees will be able to experience how Stroke of Luck becomes a great tool for entertaining members and customers, year-round, from the senior golfers to the young golf enthusiasts.
According to show management, the Chicago Golf Show has grown from just a few tabletop exhibits in a hotel ballroom to the largest golf show in Chicago with over 180 vendors, a 4500 square foot demo area and special appearances from top PGA professionals.
Stop by and see why everyone who has played Stroke of Luck is saying, “This game is fun!” Booth #718!