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This Highlights Report, published by all Ryder Cup partners, pulls together a range of data and commentary from the event and The 2014 Junior Ryder Cup, including spectator experience, business, media and transport.
Legacy Story - 2014 Ryder Cup
The 2014 Ryder Cup presents a unique opportunity to deliver change across the whole of Scotland; now, in the lead up to the event and beyond. There are many legacy initiatives now in place which will benefit different people in different ways.
Celebration of Scottish sporting heroes at first day of tournament
Road and station opening signals improved public transport for Gleneagles
Rail connections go digital
More than 5,000 Ryder Cup tickets for good causes
Ryder Cup Volunteer Support Scheme
Salmond hails legacy as he welcomes Ryder captains
ClubGolf Roving Pro Fund
Queen's Baton arrives at Gleneagles
The 2014 Ryder Cup Gala Concert launches with arts and music extravaganza
Ryder Cup Educational Resource launched
Green Drive to the fore - Ryder Cup tees up Environmental benefits
Scotland's official Ryder Cup Charities announced
Student Bursary Scheme launched
Page updated: Tuesday, August 29, 2017