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9th hole on The PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles, 2014 Ryder Cup venue
PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles
The PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles
Congratulations on being allocated tickets to The 2014 Ryder Cup! This page will help you plan your trip to Scotland providing information on travel, accommodation & things to see & do during your stay.
Are you getting ready?
Get inspired for this year with this film which featured at the handover ceremony of The 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club in the US. Shot on location around Scotland, you'll see Scots playing golf in some iconic scenes around the country; including a player driving at the top of Glencoe in the Highlands, chipping at Pittenweem Harbour in Fife and Dalwhinnie Distillery, and putting in the Edinburgh BioQuarter. The soundtrack is 'Puirt-a-beul Set' by Scottish singer Julie Fowlis from her album 'Cuilidh'.
Join us on our journey as The Ryder Cup comes to Scotland, the Home of Golf in 2014.
How do I travel to Scotland?
Travelling to Scotland is convenient and easy both from the rest of the UK and from overseas with plenty of travel options available. Find out more information about travel to Scotland.
Also, find practical information, including details regarding visas for those travelling from outside the UK, to help with your planning.
Looking for accommodation?
Whilst you won’t be able to book a room at the Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland boasts a wide range of accommodation to choose from, including hotels, B&B’s, country houses, self-catering and more. Find below a list of links which may help you find accommodation for your stay.
While you're here, explore other regions to see the best Scotland has to offer. Can’t find the accommodation you are looking for on VisitScotland.com? Then please remember that there are other websites for searching and booking accommodation online.
How do I travel to The Ryder Cup?
In order to make everyone’s journey as smooth and safe as possible, Ryder Cup Europe have made recommendations on how to travel to Gleneagles for The 2014 Ryder Cup. Find out more information on recommended travel options.
Where can I play golf in Scotland?
With more than 550 golf courses, Scotland really lives up to its reputation as the 'Home of Golf'. From championship courses to iconic links and undiscovered gems, there’s always a tee time and price to meet your needs. Discover courses to play on across the country or regional golf passes for some great value golfing.
Great golf offers
Find a Stay-and-Play golfing package or just a great value tee time. Search now for great golf offers and packages across Scotland.
Inspiring things to see and do
There is a wide variety of attractions and activities to fill your holiday in Scotland with so many potential things to see and do. Step onboard a historic boat, take a train ride through a former film set, or taste stunning local food and drink - there are many places to visit Scotland, whatever your interest and in any region. Find out more information on what to see and do across Scotland.
2014 is the year that Scotland welcomes the world, when Homecoming Scotland provides a year of legendary celebrations. Highlights include The 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn, the John Muir Festival, Whisky Month and a series of Highland Games across the country to name but a mighty few. Find out more about what's happening in the Year of Homecoming Scotland 2014.
How do I travel around Scotland?
Once you've arrived, travelling around the country is just as easy and efficient. There is an excellent road and railway network with frequent internal flights and ferries. With careful planning, even the most remote areas of Scotland become accessible. Find detailed planning information on routes and travel guides for travelling within Scotland by car, bus, ferry, plane or bike.