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The Harthill Trophy


The Harthill Trophy is a golf trophy contested annually in an event officially called the Harthill Trophy Matches by teams from the East Coast and the West Coast of Scotland. The Harthill Trophy was born in 1998, with the East Coast competing against the West Coast in Elgin, Scotland. Currently, the Harthill Trophy Matches are jointly administered by the respective team captains.

   


The competition has now taken place fifteen times but speculation is rife that it is over. "They Killed The Harthill", said Lord Coe as he was asking what the footwear problem was:

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The Harthill Trophy Name

The name comes from the Harthill Service Station which lies equidistant between Glasgow and Edinburgh on the M8. Harthill is a town split between West Lothian and North Lanarkshire in central Scotland.

Scotland's first motorway service station was built at Harthill to serve the M8. This Service Station is now named 'Heart of Scotland Services'.