Ryder Cup 2014
Ryder Cup 2014
The #TeamEurope #RyderCup Opening Ceremony #jacket is in a rich teal blue silk-wool blend, helping the #tartan pattern catch the light.
A layered look for travel, featuring a 100% wool jacket and down gilet. @Canali1934 #RyderCup
In honor of Scotland’s status as the birthplace of golf, Canali has featured the country’s quintessential motif prominently in most of the outfits created for the team to wear during the competition.
“I think every Scot would want to be here. What better to play really than Gleneagles for your first one? If I could have picked it myself, I would have picked it here” Stephen Gallacher, Team Europe
Some #RyderCup stats: 250,000 fans attending from 96 countries. 544million TV viewers, 7000 volunteers onsite at #Gleneagles
Scotland's tartan heritage proudly paraded by a spectator at #Gleneagles #RyderCup
“Nothing prepares you, really, for the #RyderCup, and getting on the first tee there and the atmosphere” Lee Westwood #TeamEurope
The Ryder Cup European Team sport a modern take on tartan for the 2014 Opening Ceremony at Gleneagles. See the full look, and watch a new trick shot from Jeremy Dale.
Tartan’s importance to Scotland cannot be overestimated. It is deeply embedded in Scottish culture. Alex Salmond, Scotland's First Minister, who attended the #RyderCup Opening Ceremony.
A neat trick, a whisky shot and 5 things to know about tartan.
Traditional Scottish dress at the 2014 #RyderCup
England’s Ian Poulter and Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy standing proud as members of #RyderCup #TeamEurope
A striped club tie speaks to sporting heritage for the #TeamEurope Opening Ceremony look #RyderCup