The 2014 Ryder Cup is set at the extremely beautiful Gleneagles course in Scotland this year. Who will reign supreme, Team Europe or Team USA? Will team Europe win the Cup for the fourth year in a row or will Team USA wrangle it back. Whoever it is we are definitely set for some exciting Golf this weekend. It will certainly be well watched with over half a billion homes tuning in to watch the action.
If you are one of the lucky 45,000 spectators attending the event the weather according to the Met Office looks like it is going to be mostly kind with the forecast looking mainly dry and a little windy. However there is some wind and rain forecast over the weekend so be prepared as it is likely to be changeable.
For any windy downpoors and showers that are inevitably going to fall, the Gustbuster Golf umbrella has it covered as it can withstand winds up to 55mph and has a unique, strengthened design for extra piece of mind. No flipping inside out! Meaning you stay dry and sheltered to watch and enjoy the golf.
Good luck to all the Golfers in both teams and let’s hope that the weekend unveils some nail-biting action and some world-class golf.
According to the Met Office the weather forecast until the end of August is staying true to UK tradition and is reported to be ‘changeable’. With sun, wind and showers all expected over the next month. There is so much happening in the UK this summer and there is nothing better than getting out and about to enjoy some sunshine.
The Gustbuster SunBLOK is a fantastic umbrella and parasol as not only does it come with all the technical features you expect from a Gustbuster umbrella to keep you dry but also has a coating to give optimal skin protection. It blocks 96% of harmful UVA/UVB rays and also keeps you up to 10°C cooler. So is a fantastic choice if you are out and about this summer.
It is priceless if you have young children as it gives you extra peace of mind in this hot weather, especially if out in the sunshine. So you can get out and enjoy the summer and stay dry and safe in this changeable UK weather.