Monday, October 27, 2014


Glenmorangie has announced a three year continuation of its successful partnership with golf’s Open Championship. The collaboration brings together two iconic Scottish exports, both steeped in history and enjoyed all over the world.

The oldest and most prestigious international Major Championship in the world, The Open has been played across some of the finest links golf courses since 1860. It has a rich heritage and is filled with tradition. Glenmorangie will be the ‘Spirit of The Open’ when the contest comes to St Andrews, the home of golf, in 2015, and the following two years at Royal Troon and Royal Birkdale.

Glenmorangie continues its partnership with golf's Open Championship

Commenting on the new, Marc Hoellinger, President & CEO, The Glenmorangie Company said: “The Open and Glenmorangie have a natural affinity and we are proud to continue our partnership with The R&A as ‘Spirit of The Open’. Glenmorangie’s pursuit of perfection mirrors the mind-set required from the world’s top golfers as they seek to lift the iconic Claret Jug.”

Glenmorangie, founded in 1843, uses the tallest stills in Scotland and only the finest oak casks to create its award winning ‘unnecessarily well made’ whiskies. The uncompromising craftsmanship Glenmorangie goes to in creating its sought-after malt parallels the lengths The R&A, organisers of The Open Championship, go to each year.

Source: Quercus Communications