There is limited time to discover the story of The Ryder Cup and all its history, as the PGA Ryder Cup Heritage Exhibition prepares to enter its final days, at Perth Museum & Art Gallery.
The exhibition started on Tuesday 3rd June and runs until Sunday 14th September. The exhibition is open Tuesday – Sunday from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm.
From its early beginnings in 1927 through to present day, The Ryder Cup has become one of the world’s most compelling sporting contests and every two years the best players from Europe and the United States compete to win this iconic tournament. With Gleneagles hosting The 2014 Ryder Cup in September, Perth Museum and Art Gallery’s Ryder Cup Exhibition will include fascinating items and memorabilia from its humble beginnings to the present day.
Provost Liz Grant commented: “With The Ryder Cup already providing some fantastic events and opportunities across Perth and Kinross, I am proud to welcome yet another in the way of The Ryder Cup Heritage Exhibition. Based within Perth Museum & Art Gallery the exhibition will provide local residents with the knowledge on Ryder Cup past and present and I for one urge all golf enthusiasts and non to go along and marvel in this unique event”
The exhibition is free to attend – no advance booking required.
For more information please contact Perth Museum and Art Gallery on 01738 632488, email email@example.com or visit the website www.pkc.gov.uk/museums