Win a 2018 Ryder Cup outfit from Glenmuir!

Glenmuir Comp

Glenmuir have been crafting the finest Scottish golfwear since 1891 and have supplied 30 European Ryder Cup teams with top of the range shirts and sweaters – and this is your chance to feel part of Team Europe.

We have exclusively teamed up with the iconic Scottish brand to give you the opportunity to get your hands on an Official 2018 Ryder Cup outfit for a male or female golfer.

The prize includes an Official 2018 Ryder Cup Shirt, Midlayer/Knitwear, Cap, Trousers and Socks.

How to win

To be in with the chance of winning, simply answer the following question.

How long have Glenmuir been making golfwear?

A) Since 1960
B) Since 1991
C) Since 1891

This competition has now ended

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All entries must be received online no later than September 7, 2018. Only one entry per person can be accepted. Winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date. Prize includes Official 2018 Ryder Cup Shirt, Midlayer/Knitwear, Cap, Trousers and Socks. The editor’s decision is final. Prize is non-refundable and there is no cash alternative. Competition is only open to UK residents. Prize cannot be sold or exchanged for financial gain. By entering this competition, you agree to share your data with our supporting partners. See our Facebook page for winners’ details: facebook.com/bunkeredonline

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