Golden Bear gives his blessing to 2014 Ryder Cup venue at Gleneagles - Nicklaus Companies

Golden Bear gives his blessing to 2014 Ryder Cup venue at Gleneagles

Jack Nicklaus recently traveled to Scotland and The Gleneagles Hotel to review his design changes to the newly reopened PGA Centenary Course in preparation for the 2014 Ryder Cup. The award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, which originally opened for play in 1993, has already hosted a number of high-profile professional tournaments, including the Scottish PGA. The course has undergone extensive modifications, in close consultation with the Golden Bear and his Nicklaus Design team, and reopened to the public on April 28 of this year.

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