Scotland's First Minister said he is set to do the 'Full Monty' at the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Alex Salmond was in the Borders to unveil a tartan that has been specially designed to celebrate the golf tournament which is to be in Gleneagles next year.
In an interview with ITV Border, Mr Salmond said he will do the 'Full Monty'- referring to wearing an outfit made completly of the tartan designed by Lochcarron in Selkirk.
Scotland's First Minister claims he is set to do the 'Full Monty' at next years Ryder Cup.
Alex Salmond was in the Borders today to unveil a tartan that has been specially designed to celebrate the golf tournament which, is to be hosted in Scotland next year.
In an interview with ITV Border Mr Salmond said he will do the 'Full Monty'- he was referring to wearing an outfit made completly of the tartan designed in Selkirk.
His comment caused a few blushes at Lochcarron but the newly designed material got a thumbs up.
The First Minister has unveiled a new tartan to mark the 2014 Ryder Cup at a textile mill in the Scottish Borders.
Alex Salmond was given a tour of the Lochcarron mill in Selkirk before unveiling the new blue, white and gold design.
Scotland's First Minister will visit the Lochcarron mill in Selkirk on Monday, to unveil a new tartan.
The design has been commissioned to mark the 2014 Ryder Cup, which will be held at Gleneagles in Perthshire.
Alex Salmond will tour the mill and reveal the new tartan, which has been woven in blue, white and gold.
The Ryder Cup tartan will feature in kilts and other clothes produced for the event.
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