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17-year-old junior golfer from South Queensferry, Kayleigh Singer, brought The 2014 Ryder Cup Trophy Tour to a dramatic close as she officially delivered the iconic Ryder Cup Trophy to The Gleneagles Hotel, flying in by helicopter.

Sep 11, 2014 10:15 BST VisitScotland

Junior golfer, Kayleigh Singer, Patrick Elsmie, Managing Director of The Gleneagles Hotel, Malcolm Roughead, Chief Executive of VisitScotland and Richard Hills, Europe’s Ryder Cup Director welcome the trophy to Gleneagles.

Sep 11, 2014 10:14 BST VisitScotland

17-year-old junior golfer from South Queensferry, Kayleigh Singer, brought The 2014 Ryder Cup Trophy Tour to a dramatic close as she officially delivered the iconic Ryder Cup Trophy to The Gleneagles Hotel, flying in by helicopter.

Sep 11, 2014 10:08 BST VisitScotland

17-year-old junior golfer from South Queensferry, Kayleigh Singer, brought The 2014 Ryder Cup Trophy Tour to a dramatic close as she officially delivered the iconic Ryder Cup Trophy to The Gleneagles Hotel, flying in by helicopter.

Sep 11, 2014 10:07 BST VisitScotland

Scandic Stavanger Congress

Sep 10, 2014 13:10 BST Scandic Hotels

Sisters Linda & Pauline Irvine play as The Ryder Cup is handed to Magnus Jamieson, oldest Club Captain and Mary Shearer, Ladies Captain of Whalsay Golf Club

Sep 09, 2014 18:38 BST VisitScotland

Twin brothers Joe & Tom Anderson (10) younger members of Whalsay Golf Club get to hold The Ryder Cup Trophy

Sep 09, 2014 18:35 BST VisitScotland

Helicopter taking off from Whalsay Golf Club. Next stop Braemar Golf Club

Sep 09, 2014 18:33 BST VisitScotland

Members of Whalsay Golf Club getting photos of themselves taken with The Ryder Cup

Sep 09, 2014 18:32 BST VisitScotland

The Ryder Cup arrives at Whalsay Golf Club, Shetland

Sep 09, 2014 18:31 BST VisitScotland