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ClubGolf stars during Ryder Cup Captains’ visit
With the recent visit of the Ryder Cup captains to mark one year until the 40th Ryder Cup Match, Scotland - and more specifically Gleneagles - has been the focus golf media, officials, professionals and fans alike.
Ground-breaking Ryder Cup education resource launch
Pupils of The Community School of Auchterarder today got the first sight of a ground-breaking educational resource, which will offer teachers fresh tools and pupils’ new learning experiences, inspired by The Ryder Cup.
RBS reveals new business support
The Royal Bank of Scotland has announced that it is furthering its support for grassroots golf by providing free business and financial planning advice to golf clubs to help them become more sustainable businesses.
Kids set to play with Ryder Cup captains
Sixteen golfing youngsters from around Scotland have been given a dream call-up to play alongside 2014 Ryder Cup captains Tom Watson and Paul McGinley in a unique challenge at Gleneagles.
Kemnay crowned ‘Ryder Cup Challenge’ champs
ClubGolf volunteers from Kemnay Golf Club will take on Brora in a first-of-its-kind ‘Ryder Cup Challenge’ after being crowned Grampian champions in a highly-competitive regional final at Meldrum House.
North East champs prove ClubGolf strength
If ever proof was required of the positive impact ClubGolf is having on the next generation of golfers, those interested need only look to the North East and the remarkable example of two youngsters making great strides in the game.
Activities aplenty at Hawick Open Day
Hawick Golf Club will offer free ClubGolf coaching and a host of fun activities for kids at an open day later this month, which is set to build on the improving financial situation at the Borders' oldest club.
'Ryder Cup' tribute to Charlie
ClubGolf, in partnership with sportscotland’s Active Schools teams in East and West Dunbartonshire, is organising a Ryder Cup-style golf match to celebrate the life of one of Scotland's favourite sporting heroes.