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Gleneagles announces green fee deal to celebrate Solheim Cup

2.10pm 26th February 2019 - Courses

Luxury Scottish sporting estate Gleneagles is giving all golfers the chance to celebrate its hosting of this year’s Solheim Cup with the launch of a special four-ball green fee that runs until the end of April 2019.

Four-ball groups can play any of the three championship golf courses at the 850-acre Perthshire estate for £201.90, a money-saving nod to this very special year in which Gleneagles also celebrates the centenary of its world-famous King’s and Queen’s golf courses, both designed by James Braid.

The par-72 King’s course and the par-68 Queen’s have both undergone careful restorations, bringing them back to Braid’s original vision of 1919. Golfers can also choose to play The PGA Centenary Course, designed by 18-time Major winner Jack Nicklaus, and the course that will host the Solheim Cup in the Autumn.

Golfers looking to take advantage of the £201.90 4-ball price should call 0800 389 3737 or visit


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