08/04/19
TEEING-UP SUPPORT FOR JUNIOR GOLF

GRAHAM Environmental Services has announced a three year sponsorship package for one of the top events in Scottish junior golf.

We are proud to be backing Perth and Kinross County Golf’s “Race to The Castle” summer series.

And once again we are supporting Perthshire golfer Bradley Neil, with the company name emblazoned on his Challenge Tour bag.

Director Stuart Graham said: “We are delighted to be associated with this popular series, which encourages young golfing talent across Perth and Kinross.

“We supported Bradley last season when he made history by becoming the first Big County player to reach The European Tour for decades.

“Hopefully a series like this will help youngsters follow in his footsteps.

“The Castle Course at St Andrews is one of Scotland’s finest challenges and will be a suitably prestigious venue for the finale on Sunday, October 20.”

Perth and Kinross County Golf secretary Alan Cargill welcomed the company’s backing for the “Race to The Castle.”

“We are delighted to welcome Graham Environmental Services as our sponsor for the next three years,” he said.

“The company’s ties to The Castle have helped pave the way to securing an exciting venue for the showpiece finale, hard on the heels of The Dukes and Kingsbarns.

“The carrot of playing iconic courses offers a great incentive for the youngsters and ensures the series is the envy of areas across Scotland.”

There is still time for boys and girls to register and enter junior opens at www.perthandkinrosscountygolf.net

Courses in the series include Craigie Hill, Alyth, Muckhart, Comrie, Murrayshall, King James VI, Blairgowrie, Auchterarder, Kinross, Strathmore, Milnathort, Pitlochry, St Fillans, Dunning, Ladybank, Dunkeld and Birnam, North Inch and Crieff.


Alan Cargill (right), secretary of Perth and Kinross County Golf, welcomes a three year sponsorship deal from Graham Environmental Services for the “Race to The Castle” series. He is pictured with company director Stuart Graham.