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Gleneagles has launched an exclusive online store selling limited edition co-branded merchandise
To mark the occasion of the Ryder Cup being played at Gleneagles at the end of September, Gleneagles has launched an exclusive online store selling limited edition co-branded merchandise.
Not your run of the mill items, the store will sell high-quality menswear, womanswear, luggage and accessories .
The collectables bear both the Gleneagles crest and official Ryder Cup shield and are only available from the online store.
The Gleneagles Taste of Ryder Cup Glory package is the ideal way to test your skill on the PGA Centenary Course in the build-up or just after the Ryder Cup.
Between 15-31 August 2014 and 30 September – 31 October 2014, the PGA Centenary Course will be exclusively available to residents of the Hotel a perfect excuse to have an overnight stay and play your dream 18 holes.
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