Portrush welcomes Ryder Cup

Pacemaker Press Belfast 12-04-2016: European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke and the Ryder Cup trophy pictured at Royal Portrush GC in Co. Antrim Northern Ireland.
The Ryder Cup Trophy Tour will continue on Wednesday 13th April, Northern Irish golf fans will
have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the famous trophy, when it is put on public display at City Hall in Belfast (from 9.00am � 10.30am) and The Dome at Victoria Square (from 11.00am � 9.00pm). Fans will have the opportunity to be photographed alongside the trophy free of charge � and pledge their support to the European team through social media.
Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 12-04-2016: European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke and the Ryder Cup trophy pictured at Royal Portrush GC in Co. Antrim Northern Ireland. The Ryder Cup Trophy Tour will continue on Wednesday 13th April, Northern Irish golf fans will have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the famous trophy, when it is put on public display at City Hall in Belfast (from 9.00am � 10.30am) and The Dome at Victoria Square (from 11.00am � 9.00pm). Fans will have the opportunity to be photographed alongside the trophy free of charge � and pledge their support to the European team through social media. Picture By: Arthur Allison.

The Ryder Cup was in Portrush this morning (Tuesday) as part of a tour.

European captain Clarke launched the tour at 2019 Open venue Royal Portrush.

Pacemaker Press Belfast 12-04-2016: European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke and the Ryder Cup trophy pictured at Royal Portrush GC in Co. Antrim Northern Ireland.
The Ryder Cup Trophy Tour will continue on Wednesday 13th April, Northern Irish golf fans will
have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the famous trophy, when it is put on public display at City Hall in Belfast (from 9.00am � 10.30am) and The Dome at Victoria Square (from 11.00am � 9.00pm). Fans will have the opportunity to be photographed alongside the trophy free of charge � and pledge their support to the European team through social media.
Picture By: Arthur Allison.

Pacemaker Press Belfast 12-04-2016: European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke and the Ryder Cup trophy pictured at Royal Portrush GC in Co. Antrim Northern Ireland. The Ryder Cup Trophy Tour will continue on Wednesday 13th April, Northern Irish golf fans will have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the famous trophy, when it is put on public display at City Hall in Belfast (from 9.00am � 10.30am) and The Dome at Victoria Square (from 11.00am � 9.00pm). Fans will have the opportunity to be photographed alongside the trophy free of charge � and pledge their support to the European team through social media. Picture By: Arthur Allison.

The Ryder Cup will now go on public display in Belfast where members of the public will be given the chance to be photographed alongside one of the most famous trophies in world sport.

Pacemaker Press Belfast 12-04-2016: European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke and the Ryder Cup trophy pictured at Royal Portrush GC in Co. Antrim Northern Ireland.
The Ryder Cup Trophy Tour will continue on Wednesday 13th April, Northern Irish golf fans will
have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the famous trophy, when it is put on public display at City Hall in Belfast (from 9.00am � 10.30am) and The Dome at Victoria Square (from 11.00am � 9.00pm). Fans will have the opportunity to be photographed alongside the trophy free of charge � and pledge their support to the European team through social media.
Picture By: Arthur Allison.

Pacemaker Press Belfast 12-04-2016: European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke and the Ryder Cup trophy pictured at Royal Portrush GC in Co. Antrim Northern Ireland. The Ryder Cup Trophy Tour will continue on Wednesday 13th April, Northern Irish golf fans will have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the famous trophy, when it is put on public display at City Hall in Belfast (from 9.00am � 10.30am) and The Dome at Victoria Square (from 11.00am � 9.00pm). Fans will have the opportunity to be photographed alongside the trophy free of charge � and pledge their support to the European team through social media. Picture By: Arthur Allison.