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SarahBennett
Sarah Bennett said:
I was there with a group of my clients having been a playing member of the LET for over 20 years and still associated with the organisation. This is an interesting article, Many thanks, but it is the longevity of the increased interest which hopefully is sustainable. I am confident Gleneagles will be an unbelievable week it sure is a fantastic venue for our show case event. I hope to see some of you there!
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Michael
Thanks, it must have been a great event to be at and I really hope you're right re the long-term interest. Gleneagles will be a perfect venue and the increasing coverage of tour events on Sky should help build it up between now and then too.
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