Competition is now closed. Winners will be informed by email. Thank you for your interest.
UPDATE: COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
A historic Perthshire golf course that has seen scores of celebrities including the late Bing Crosby, Sir Sean Connery and Sir Jackie Stewart grace its fairways, is to undergo a programme of improvements.
Thousands of golf enthusiasts will pack into “fan zones” in city centres across Scotland as the Ryder Cup 2014 opens in Perthshire.
The biggest party Perthshire has ever hosted may have ended, but the celebrations could go on for years.
Firms in Blairgowrie have unveiled a light-hearted tribute to a major golfing event.
After it was revealed this week that Glenisla Golf Course is to close and the land used for housing, Courier sports writer Steve Scott examines what it says about the health of other clubs in the area.
Ryder Cup fever has taken hold of Scotland.
Perth will stage five days of free golf-themed events and activities to celebrate the presence of the sporting event at Gleneagles.
Ryder Cup bosses have thanked locals for their patience and co-operation during the preparations for this year’s competition.