Enter our fantastic competition for your chance to win a four-ball at Gleneagles.
As the Johnnie Walker gets down to the nitty gritty post-cut, how do you fancy the opportunity of playing the same golf course, The PGA Centenary Course, for free?
The European Tour and Visit Scotland have teamed up to host a competition that could see you playing a four-ball at the venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup shortly after the golf pros vacate the world-famous arena this weekend.
There are no quiz questions to answer, it’s simply a prize draw. There’s a 3-question radio-button style survey after you’ve entered your details and the chance to receive regular updates by e-mail from both the Scottish Travel Board and Gleneagles itself that you can either opt in or out of.
The survey is about your experience of Scotland and your perception of the country as a holiday destination – it is jointly hosted by Visit Scotland, after all.
Click through the link below or the title itself if you’re reading this directly on Scoop.It/UK Golf. If you’re reading it on any of the darrelldoo4golf satellite sites, use the bottom link only to get you directly through to the entry form.
Two minutes and you could be on your way to Gleneagles in the very near future for a four-ball in the home of golf.
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And if you’ve not already visited Scotland to form an opinion already, firstly, why not? Secondly, you don’t know what you’re missing.
True, broad Glaswegian and deep Black Country sound like two different species of creature trying to make contact in a vortex after 12 double-scotches, let alone dialects of the same language conversing, but I’ve never – in all of my time nipping up to the East End of Glasgow to watch the finest football team in Europe play their home games – ever experienced that Celt/Anglo rivalry so often publicised. Although, when I’ve been wearing my hoops, to be sure, I’ve stuck to Parkhead and the surrounding area, so that might have something to do with that, but even when out of ‘uniform’ I’ve ne’er had the slightest issue – beautiful country, beautiful people.
So,. c’mon – let’s see you win this competition and you can drop me a bottle of Glenmorangie 10 year-old Single Malt back by way of thanks if you’re the lucky winner!
TTFN, Thet Watson.
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