The start of play at The 42nd Ryder Cup on Friday will signal the beginning of the Birdies for Good Supported by Aberdeen Standard Investments initiative.
Each birdie, eagle and hole-in-one made will result in a donation, with 50% of the total proceeds going to the European Tour Foundation and 50% going to a charity of ASI’s choice.
For every birdie and eagle made, ASI will donate €50 and €100 respectively. There have only been six holes-in-one in Ryder Cup history, but any made this week will result in €10 donated per yard.
Should a hole or putt be conceded where a birdie would have been recorded, a donation will still be made.