In a move designed to ensure the business maintains the momentum created by the huge success of this year’s Ryder Cup programme, Glenmuir is pleased to announce the reorganisation of its Sales and Marketing Team.
Scotland's victory in the Glenmuir-supported International Team Championship at Roda Golf & Beach Resort, Murcia, Spain, ended a nine-year period when, almost inexplicably, they had failed to add to their record-setting run of five wins in seven years, beginning in 1990.
Saint Patrick’s High School Keady couldn’t wait for the 19th September to come around. Thanks to the Ryder Cup Europe LLP the boys are eagerly awaiting the chance to view the World’s greatest golfers in action at the K Club this week.
After the best Ryder Cup year since our sponsorship began in 1987, Golf Europe 2006 in Munich could not have come at a better time for us. We were able to carry forward the momentum from the K Club into the ongoing launch of our Spring Summer 2007 range.
He's endured four play-offs, three of them bitter disappointments, but Paul Wesselingh finally removed the monkey from his back at Prince's last Friday (16 June), where he took the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship for the first time.
Mette Hageman, Holland's number one professional for the last 14 years, won the Glenmuir Women's Club Professional Championship at Prince's last Friday (13 June) - but only after a play-off against overnight leader, Anna Smith.
Rob Bundy, out in the first game, made light of blustery conditions at Selby yesterday, Wednesday 24 May, and comfortably won himself a place in the 72-hole final of Great Britain's premier event for club professionals.
A level-par round of 73 over St Margaret's, Dublin, gave Pat Gittens (Corrstown) and Nigel Howley (Balbriggan) a share of the spoils today in the Irish qualifying round for Great Britain & Ireland's premier championship for club professionals.
Former PGA Cup player Robert Arnott, with a flawless 68, shared the spoils at a gloriously sunny Ladybank today with Sam Cairns, whose three-under score earned him the sponsors' commemorate glassware because of his better inward half of 33.
Alan Lovelace had his red-hot putter to thank for a superb seven under par 65 at Farnham yesterday (Monday 8 May) which led the qualifiers from the South Region into the finals of the Glenmuir PGA Club Professional Championship.
Playing in his first Glenmuir Club Professional Championship, Josh North from De Vere Herons' Reach in Blackpool fired a super three-under 69 today at West Lancashire Golf Club to lead the qualifiers from the PGA north-west region, jointly with Peter Allan from Ashton-in-Makerfield.
Cambridgeshire pro' Paul Toyer was in devastating form yesterday, Thursday 20 April, when he fired a five-under 66 at Bishop's Stortford Golf Club to lead the PGA East Region qualifiers for the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship.
A trip to Saunton yesterday, Wednesday 12 April, paid handsome dividends for former European Tour players George Ryall and Andrew Sherborne as they led the West Region qualifiers into the final of the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship.