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Golf – Deer Park Masters played with real team spirit

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Many Scottish club professionals have played the Deer Park Masters for a number of years now, but in relation to the recent competition certain stalwart professionals have praised what they see as the tremendous support...

Letter from Scotland

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If there is any “re-wilding” to be done, then Scotland is the place to do it. A new campaign was launched by conservationists this week to make the case for “Rewilding Britain”, leaving two...

Golf in the Park

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The second Golf in the Park Festival on the historic Bruntsfield Links short hole course in Edinburgh takes place next weekend on 4 July. To have something golf related of this size in the heart...

Golf in the City this weekend

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Visitors to central Edinburgh can step onto a golf course as the ‘Summer of Golf’ comes to St Andrew Square.To celebrate an exciting summer of golf ahead, Scotland’s Golf Coast  are hosting the Golf Coast Village...

COMPETITION! – Win tickets for Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open

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The Edinburgh Reporter has teamed up with The European Tour to offer readers the chance to enjoy a unique summer’s day out to watch some of the world’s biggest and best sports stars in...

Tuesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Colourful Autumn Crafts: join Jaimie MacDonald to create paper pumpkins, twiggy spider webs and paper leaves. For children aged 5+ and younger ones with adult help. First ten children to arrive will get a free hazelnut squirrel!...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2014The Key Material is Time: Art and Music in Glasgow since the 1970s. Writer, curator and lecturer Dr Sarah Lowndes traces the development of Glasgow's unique and largely self-initiated arts scene...

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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 The Art of Golf Course Design: golf course designer Scott Macpherson discusses how landscapes are adapted to create the best possible golf course whilst retaining a site's natural beauty. 12.45-1.30pm, Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, Scottish National Gallery, The Mound....

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2014Mrs Mash the Storytelling Cook: stories, songs and participative fun for Portobello's youngest residents. 10.30-11am, The Skylark, 241-243 Portobello High Street.Toddler Time: Poppy Cat. Join fabulous feline Poppy Cat on her adventures...

Golf – World Hickory Open begins on Monday

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Next week hickory golfers from across the globe will head to Carnoustie Country to compete in the World Hickory Open 2014, to be held on the historic Panmure Medal course, which runs alongside a...

Ryder Cup – ‘best ever’

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The last few days at Gleneagles have resulted in an historic win for the European team. The First Minister is himself no mean golfer and says that this Ryder Cup will be remembered as the...

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Coburg House's World's Biggest Coffee Morning: Coburg Studios' resident talents present an array of cakes as diverse as their artwork. Homegrown favourites - and Chinese steamed buns! 10am-2pm, Coburg House Gallery, 15 Coburg Street, Leith. In aid...

Thursday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Mac's Munchkins: an hour of farm-themed storytelling, crafts, playgroups and songs. For children aged 2+ - meet at the Red Tractor. 3pm today and every Thursday, Gorgie City Farm, Gorgie Road. £2 per child, payable...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER 2014LGBT Spiritual Space: Conflicts of Sexuality and Faith. Explore conflicts that exist within these two aspects of identity; Maxwell Reay, NHS Mental Health Community Chaplain, offers a supportive space for LGBT...

Scottish Open to be held in Gullane next year

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The Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open will be played at Gullane and Castle Stuart in the next two years. The  golfing competition will continue to showcase Scotland’s finest links courses with the announcement that Gullane...

Journey: a new exhibition at The Gallery on the Corner

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The Journey of Recovery by Su-Jou Yang, a mixed media collage showing a bright yellow sky above a deep dark underworld, is one of the many striking pieces in a new exhibition, Journey, at...

Pop up golf shop at Edinburgh Airport

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In the year that Scotland hosts the Ryder Cup it should be no surprise that a luxury golf shop has been introduced at Edinburgh Airport.  This innovative pop-up shopping concept has just landed at Edinburgh Airport, offering...

Scottish National Gallery – The Art of Golf

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The Scottish National Gallery is doing its bit to take part in the sporting celebrations taking place in Scotland this summer with The Art of Golf: The Story of Scotland’s National Sport.The exhibition will overlap...

Golf – Edinburgh amateur through to Lombard Trophy final

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 HAGGART MADE TO PLAY WAITING GAME BEFORE SEALING FINAL SPOTKevin Haggart, an amateur golfer from Edinburgh had to endure a tense hour’s wait before confirming his place in the Lombard Trophy Final at Gleneagles.Haggart...

Braids Open Day to celebrate 125th anniversary

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 One of Scotland’s most iconic golf courses, credited with inspiring the growth of urban golf since the nineteenth century and home to the Dispatch Trophy, is to celebrate its 125th anniversary.Braid Hills Golf Course,...

Scottish National Gallery to stage golfing exhibition this summer

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The Scottish National Gallery will stage an exhibition of golf paintings this summer including the John Lavery illustrated. Charles Lees’s The Golfers, said to be the greatest golfing painting in the world which was painted in 1847...

Golf sales to tee off next summer at Bonhams

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GOLF SALES COMING HOME TO BONHAMS SCOTLANDBonhams is to hold golf memorabilia sales in Scotland starting in June 2014.The sales will take place twice a year at the Bonhams saleroom at 22 Queen Street,...

The Ryder Cup passes through Edinburgh

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 There were many people in Waverley Station this morning to greet the 1927 steam train which then proceeded to Gleneagles with VIPs and the Ryder Cup on board.It will be exactly one year today...

VisitScotland promotes Scotland as Home of Golf

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The Open will be played at Muirfield next week and in anticipation there is a chance to play golf in St Andrew Square this weekend. So with golf firmly in our sights on these beautiful...

Swanston Golf Club pro wins through to next round in Lombard Trophy

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Swanston Golf Club tee up shot at Gleneagles gloryA dream final at the 2014 Ryder Cup venue Gleneagles is up for grabs for amateur Gary Inglis and his Swanston Golf Club PGA professional Bobby...

Open to be played in St Andrew Square

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 You would think it was April 1st! The Royal and Ancient have announced plans today to stage part of The Open in St Andrew Square..... Well no not really, but they are bringing the...

Golf – US Kids Golf European Championship

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A Primary 1 pupil from Craiglockhart Primary School has been named as the winner of a junior golf competition held on Bruntsfield Links short course last week.Five year old Sam Watson from Shandon, Edinburgh...

Rare painting to be auctioned in Edinburgh

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An early 19th century watercolour showing two boys playing golf on the Old Links of Musselburgh, where the game has been played continuously for 550 years, is for sale in the Bonham's 19th and...

World Hickory Golf in Musselburgh

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The four rounds of the Great Golf Match of 1870 between Old Tom Morris and Willie Park Senior are to be replicated in a shoot-out between 2011's pre-eminent hickory swingers Randy Jensen (USA)...

Golfing exhibition at the NLS

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Golf enthusiasts have the opportunity to see what is believed to be the world's oldest hole-cutter at the National Library of Scotland.The artefact has been loaned to the library by the Royal Musselburgh Golf...

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