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  • The Ryder Cup European Development Trust | Developing Grass Roots Golf

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    The Ryder Cup European Development Trust uses its share of the net profits from European Ryder Cup Matches to contribute to golf projects across the continent, aiming to get more people to start, stay, and succeed in the game. Ultimately we wish to enrich lives through golf!

    Find out more about the Trust's work, and how to apply for funding, at www.RcTrust.info. Show less
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    • The Ryder Cup European Development Trust | Developing Grass Roots Golf - Duration: 107 seconds.

      • 5 months ago
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      The Ryder Cup European Development Trust uses its share of the net profits from European Ryder Cup Matches to contribute to golf projects across the continent, aiming to get more people to start, s...
    • About The Ryder Cup European Development Trust - Duration: 4 minutes, 6 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
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      The Ryder Cup European Development Trust (RCEDT) was set up in order to support golf at grass roots level throughout Europe, aiming to get more people starting to play golf, continuing to play and ...
    • RCEDT Project Focus - Pravets Junior Programme - Duration: 2 minutes, 37 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
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      The Ryder Cup European Development Trust supports the Pravets Junior Programme - Here we spoke to Jonathan Shipstone, Head Teaching Professional at Pravets Golf Club, Bulgaria, about the programme ...
    • RCEDT Project Focus - Robert Kalkman Foundation - Duration: 6 minutes, 11 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
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      The Ryder Cup European Development Trust speaks to Robert Kalkman, Founder of the Robert Kalkman Foundation, on the work the foundation does with children that have various forms of cancer, Robert'...
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