GLENEAGLES - HOST VENUE OF THE 2014 RYDER CUP

Royal Aberdeen

                 Kings                                                          Queen’s
Holes:        18                                                              18
Par:           70                                                              68
SSS:          73                                                              68
Length:       6,471 yards (5,917m)                                 5,965 yards (5,454m)
Architect:    James Braid                                               James Braid

                 The PGA Centenary                                      
Holes:        18                                                              
Par:           73                                                        
SSS:          74                                                            
Length:       6,815 yards (6,232m)                    
Architect:    Jack Nicklaus

Gleneagles is one of the world’s best known luxury golf resorts. Set amidst the dramatic Perthshire countryside it has attracted thousands of golfers from around the world who are keen to play some of the planet’s finest courses.

Opened in 1919, The King’s is a James Braid masterpiece that tests even the best players’ shot-making skills over its 6,471 yards. Selecting the right club is the secret to what could be one of the most exhilarating grounds of golf.

The Queen’s is an inspirational battle of wits for anyone who loves this great game. Designed by James Braid, its 5,965 yards thread their way through high ridges and woodland. Don’t be lulled by its beauty, The Queen’s will test from the off.

The PGA Centenary is the youngster of Gleneagles’ 18-hole trio. Measuring 6,815-yards this Jack Nicklaus course is a modern classic that offers a feast of views over the surrounding countryside. These fairways and greens are the stage for the 2014 Ryder Cup.

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