1st Jun 2013
With golf now an Olympic sport, set to make its debut in 2016, the game is experiencing phenomenal growth in emerging markets particularly amongst the young, so where better than the home of golf, St Andrews, to act as a key destination for European and international youngsters to hone their skills. Emerging World’s St Andrews Youth Golf Camp offers young golfers this opportunity to learn, play and compete at the game’s historical birthplace.
18th May 2013
The legacy of the Madeira Islands Open – Portugal – BPI was emphasized at Clube de Golf do Santo da Serra this week as more than 40 kids were treated to a golf clinic with eight European Tour stars including local hero Ricardo Santos.
8th May 2012
Junior golfers in Hungary, where structured and co-ordinated efforts are in progress to grow a golfing culture from grass roots, alongside other Eastern European countries, are benefiting from the use of 30 sets of SNAG equipment, funded by The Ryder Cup European Development Trust (RCEDT).
3rd Nov 2011
A total of almost 3,000 free lessons, many of them to school children in eight different countries, were provided by PGA professionals during 2011 under the European Tour’s scheme funded by the Ryder Cup European Development Trust and administered by Provisiongolf.
27th Jan 2011
Ryder Cup Europe and The PGA of America today announced the launch of a new official logo for the Ryder Cup, which will unify the brand and strengthen the alliance between the two organising bodies of the world’s most famous team golf competition.
21st Jul 2010
Ladies European Tour star Kiran Matharu will make a welcome return to the Faldo Series when she attends this week’s Netherlands Championship, to be played at Goyer Golf & Country Club.
15th Jun 2010
Alan Kronfeld and Nina Pegova can both look forward to an exciting trip to the Lough Erne Resort, Northern Ireland, this September after winning their age group titles at the Faldo Series Russia Championship staged at Le Meridien Moscow Country Club and supported by the Ryder Cup European Development Trust.
31st Mar 2010
Not so many years ago, The Ryder Cup within Europe was the private fiefdom of the British and Irish golfers. All that changed in 1979 with the introduction of players from Continental Europe, to augment and revitalise a contest that was threatening to be strangulated by a succession of American victories.
4th Aug 2009
It may be more than a year until Europe take on the USA for The 2010 Ryder Cup at The Celtic Manor Resort but The Ryder Cup European Development Trust is already hard at work together with national PGAs and governing bodies encouraging people to play and enjoy golf.
13th May 2009
In the aftermath of his Open Championship success at Carnoustie in 1999, Paul Lawrie naturally welcomed the boost it gave to his own professional image and status in the world of golf.