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De Boer brings innovative new structures in sixth Ryder Cup outing

De Boer returned to The Ryder Cup for the sixth time this year, providing a full tented village to house spectators watching Europe swing its way to victory.

Spanning more than 11,000sqm, De Boer’s Delta structures hosted facilities including the Champagne and Seafood Restaurant, The Ryder Cup Striding Man Bar, the Public Catering Pavilion, the Tay Club Hospitality Pavilion, and the Merchandise Pavilion. 

“Returning to the Ryder Cup for the sixth time is a real honour and exemplifies a relationship we are incredibly proud of,” said De Boer sales director John Cochrane. “It’s a special event for De Boer and one that we hope will continue through continued investment in innovative technology and committed staff.”

De Boer also premiered its new Anova Vista, a versatile structure with a curved roof and integrated five metre integrated canopy that covered the terrace overlooking the second hole from tee to green. Combined with a ground floor Premier structure, the 3,200sqm structure provided a double-tier building for the Tweed Club at the second hole.

“De Boer has a long-standing relationship with both The European Tour and The Ryder Cup, which is supported through the company’s excellent products and services,” said The Ryder Cup match director Edward Kitson. “It was great to see the premier of new innovations like the Anova Vista, which provides an enviable view of the action.”

The Ryder Cup was held at Gleneagles in Scotland this year, and saw top European golfers including Rory McElroy and Justin Rose handily beat their American rivals over the three-day event to retain the trophy.

 

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De Boer brings innovative new structures in sixth Ryder Cup outing

De Boer returned to The Ryder Cup for the sixth time this year, providing a full tented village to house spectators watching Europe swing its way to victory.

Spanning more than 11,000sqm, De Boer’s Delta structures hosted facilities including the Champagne and Seafood Restaurant, The Ryder Cup Striding Man Bar, the Public Catering Pavilion, the Tay Club Hospitality Pavilion, and the Merchandise Pavilion. 

“Returning to the Ryder Cup for the sixth time is a real honour and exemplifies a relationship we are incredibly proud of,” said De Boer sales director John Cochrane. “It’s a special event for De Boer and one that we hope will continue through continued investment in innovative technology and committed staff.”

De Boer also premiered its new Anova Vista, a versatile structure with a curved roof and integrated five metre integrated canopy that covered the terrace overlooking the second hole from tee to green. Combined with a ground floor Premier structure, the 3,200sqm structure provided a double-tier building for the Tweed Club at the second hole.

“De Boer has a long-standing relationship with both The European Tour and The Ryder Cup, which is supported through the company’s excellent products and services,” said The Ryder Cup match director Edward Kitson. “It was great to see the premier of new innovations like the Anova Vista, which provides an enviable view of the action.”

The Ryder Cup was held at Gleneagles in Scotland this year, and saw top European golfers including Rory McElroy and Justin Rose handily beat their American rivals over the three-day event to retain the trophy.

 

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