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Scottish Golfing Wall Calendar 2017

Donald Ford's Scottish Golf calendar leads the market in this annual publication of thirteen superb images from the country's most beautiful, challenging ( and surprising! ) venues.

Donald's Scottish golf wall calendar has, once again, been greeted with huge enthusiasm in offices and homes across the world. Lovely comments on the venues and photographs have been received; in particular, the combination ( and contrasts ) of pictures from both the renowned and less prestigious courses create enormous interest and enjoyment among Scottish golf enthusiasts everywhere. Among the choices for the 2017 edition are a superb cover shot from the last green on the PGA Course, Gleneagles, the terrific panorama of the Clyde estuary from Helensburgh, gorse galore at Fortrose and Rosemarkie, flowering cherry trees engulfing the first hole at Prestonfield, tempestuous skies over Scotscraig, Camperdown, Braemar, Dumfries and County, Luffness, Aboyne, Reay, Cruden Bay under snow and a great shot of the Old Course, St. Andrews. Donald's superb compositions once again do the needful in conveying the beauty and magnetism of our wonderful Scottish golfing venues in yet another outstanding golf publication.

From the growing list of testimonials on an annual Scottish golf publication whose quality is unlikely to be equalled, it is clear that golfing enthusiasts around the world have huge anticipation each year in ordering the new versions of the golf calendar. With Donald's hugely popular mix of the lesser known venues as well as the legendary ones, the 2017 model will satisfy all tastes once again.  

Retail copies of the Scottish Golf Calendars for 2017 are now available from our online shop.  

Special pricing arrangements can be made for bulk purchases. Please contact our marketing company, Golf Galleries Ltd, at www.golf-galleries.com for details.

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