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Scottish Golfing Wall Calendar 2019

In its twenty second year of publication, Donald Ford's annual Scottish Golf calendar continues to lead the market, with superb images from some of the country's most captivating and enticing 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. The cover shot for 2019 is a glorious view over the 11th green at Kirriemuir towards the Angus Glens. Among the other venues which feature this year are the lovely links at Craigielaw, Glasgow Gailes and Royal Troon, the classic, gorse-enveloped Braid Hills, a superb shot across Gleneagles to the beautiful Ochil Hills and Aviemore's magnificent Spey Valley, which offers stunning views to the Cairngorms. The glorious spring blossoms on Perth's Craigie Hill, rowans in their magnificence at Bathgate, autumn at Glenbervie and Carluke and the closing hole at Rosemount make up the lovely new 'must buy' for those who love Scottish golf.

From the growing list of testimonials - on an annual Scottish golf publication whose quality of content and presentation has never been 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 widely enjoyed, popular mix of the lesser known venues as well as the legendary ones, the 2019 model will satisfy all tastes once again. 

The Scottish Golf Calendars for 2019 are now in stock. 

These products can, however, still be supplied with overprinted logos for corporate purchases. Please see our Corporate Publications page for details.

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