RYDER CUP COUNTDOWN: ONE YEAR TO EUROPE TAKES ON USA IN SCOTLAND

The Ryder Cup captains were joined by Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond. James Nesbitt was one of the celebrity ambassadors alongside Ruud Gullit, Jodie Kidd, Marvin Humes and Alan Hansen (pictured).

The Ryder Cup captains were joined by Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond. James Nesbitt was one of the celebrity ambassadors alongside Ruud Gullit, Jodie Kidd, Marvin Humes and Alan Hansen (pictured).

TODAY marks exactly one year to go until the Ryder Cup 2014 tees off at the Gleneagles Resort in Perthshire, Scotland.

And to mark the occasion, one of Northern Ireland’s leading actors, James Nesbitt joined Ryder Cup captains Paul McGinley and Tom Watson this morning to board a specially commissioned steam train to mark a Year to Go until the start of The 2014 Ryder Cup.

The event is part of Homecoming Scotland’s 2014 celebrations and is expecting 250,000 visitors, many of whom are travelling from Northern Ireland.

The Year will celebrate the very best of Scottish food and drink, Scotland’s outstanding active and natural resources as well as creativity, culture and ancestral heritage.

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Today, marks exactly one year to go until the Ryder Cup 2014 tees off at the Gleneagles Resort in Perthshire, Scotland from 23- 28 September 2014.

To mark the occasion, Ryder Cup captains Paul McGinley and Tom Watson boarded a specially commissioned steam train to mark a Year to Go until the start of The 2014 Ryder Cup.

USA captain Tom Watson and European captain Paul McGinley with the Ryder Cup

USA captain Tom Watson and European captain Paul McGinley with the Ryder Cup

The event, which is part of Homecoming Scotland’s 2014 celebrations, is expectin250,000 visitors, many of whom are from Northern Ireland. The Year will celebrate the very best of Scottish food and drink, Scotland’s outstanding active and natural resources as well as creativity, culture and ancestral heritage.

For more information about the Ryder Cup and the Home of Golf, visit www.visitscotland.com.

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