- Thursday, September 26, 2013
- European Ryder Cup success a blueprint for trade
While The 2014 Ryder Cup Year to Go celebrations were in full swing, The Gleneagles Hotel was the venue for another event involving Europe and the USA – a briefing on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (or TTIP for short).
- Tuesday, September 24, 2013
- With Ian Poulter, European Captain Paul McGinley likes chances
PERTHSHIRE, Scotland -- “We’ve got Ian Poulter.” With one simple statement European Ryder Cup Captain Paul McGinley threw down the gauntlet to US Captain Tom Watson in front of a packed conference at the Gleneagles Hotel at the end of the 2014 Ryder Cup Year to Go...
- Beware of unofficial hospitality
Ryder Cup Europe has launched its official hospitality sales process for The 2014 Ryder Cup and for the first time, day hospitality packages, aimed at the SME community, will be available.
- Ground-breaking Ryder Cup educational resource launched
Pupils at a Perthshire school today got the first sight of a ground-breaking new educational resource, which will offer teachers fresh tools and pupils’ new learning experiences inspired by The Ryder Cup.
- An Audience with the Captains
A packed audience at the Perth Concert Hall were treated to an evening of comedy, music and entertainment with an audience with Paul McGinley and Tom Watson as part of the year to go celebrations.
- Monday, September 23, 2013
- Gleneagles Station welcomes Ryder Cup
Gleneagles Station has begun its countdown to the 2014 Ryder Cup by welcoming the captains of the US and European teams as part of the one year to go celebrations.
- Clubgolf golfers challenge Ryder Cup Captains
Scottish Golf Development Centre students Jennifer Allan and Stuart Easton today secured the most coveted prize in golf, two tickets to the opening day of The 2014 Ryder Cup after defeating Ryder Cup Captains, Paul McGinley and Tom Watson.
- Watch live streaming coverage of 2014 Ryder Cup Year to Go News Conference
RYDERCUP.com will have live streaming coverage of Tuesday's press conference with captains Tom Watson and Paul McGinley scheduled for 12:03 PM BST.
- Full Steam ahead
Captains Paul McGinley and Tom Watson today boarded a specially commissioned steam train in Scotland to kick off a series of celebrations to mark a Year to Go until The 2014 Ryder Cup.
- Salmond welcomes Ryder Cup Captains
The effects of the 2014 Ryder Cup are already being felt in Scotland and the legacy will continue long after the last putt has been sunk, First Minister Alex Salmond said today as he marked a year-to-go until the greatest golf tournament in the world tees off at Gleneagles.