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The Dormy Clubhouse at Gleneagles Re-Opens

7.48am 14th June 2011 - Course Development - This story was updated on Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Colin Montgomerie yesterday unveiled a plaque to mark the official reopening of The Dormy Clubhouse at Gleneagles®.

The £3m refurbishment is part of an ongoing development programme for Gleneagles® and follows the £18m investment since 2007 – ensuring that the facilities remain at the forefront of the luxury hotel industry. It also represents the completion of the next stage in the five star resort’s preparation to host the Ryder Cup matches in 2014.

The victorious 2010 Ryder Cup Captain who lives in Perthshire, said: “As a player and Chairman of the Johnnie Walker Championship, I am very familiar with Gleneagles® and the on-going plans to host the 2014 Ryder Cup matches. As a former Ryder Cup Captain I know exactly what facilities are required. This newly refurbished Dormy Clubhouse offers everything a player at any level could need, including magnificent views.”

The design of the refurbished Dormy Clubhouse was undertaken by Sedley Place in London and includes the introduction of The Mitchell Room – named after Abe Mitchell, the first player-captain of the GB team in the International Match played at Gleneagles® in 1921 – the forerunner Ryder Cup – and ‘the man on the Ryder Cup. This room, which will be available for meeting hire, boasts unique views across the 18th green of both the King’s and Queen’s Courses.

Other features include:

The Gleneagles® Hotel

*Porte-cochère – is ‘carriage gateway’ in French


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