St Andrews business launches magic golf ball competition ahead of 150th Open championship

A St Andrews business is launching a fun competition to tap into the magic of The Open ahead of the 150th anniversary championship.

Thursday, 16th June 2022, 9:41 am
Updated Thursday, 16th June 2022, 9:42 am

Ryman Stationery is running a children's art competition in conjunction with the Hamish Foundation to bring 'Morris The Magic Golf Ball’ to life.

Youngsters are urged to design their own magic golf ball, and the overall winner will see their design brought to life in 3D.

There are also gift card prizes for the runners-up.

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Richard East, store manager, and Robert Lewis Heron launch the competition.

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The competition was launched recently with Robert Lewis Heron, the award winning author of the Hamish children’s books, who was in town on a visit from the United States.

Entry forms are available at Ryman in Market Street.