The 2010 Ryder Cup venue and home of Wales Open, Celtic Manor Resort has three courses,including the Roman Road championship course and two new 18-hole courses – the Ryder Cup Course and The Montgomerie - plus a golf academy with floodlit driving range, practice range, golf shop and teaching bays. Overlooking the Severn Estuary, the Roman Road is a hilly, winding course. The new Ryder Cup course, which has been designed with the hillsides providing a amphitheatre effect, features nine holes from the original Wentwood Hills and nine new holes in the valley of the River Usk and the 7,459 yard layout has 70 bunkers and four lakes. The par 69 Montgomerie course also includes some of the holes from the former Wentwood Hills championship course and the short Coldra Woods lay-out.
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The Celtic Manor Resort is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"A vast building, gazing down on the Usk valley offering everything the activity conscious visitor could want: from three championship golf courses to clay pigeon shooting, mountain biking and fishing. For those looking for quality on a smaller scale there is still the 19th century manor house with individual suites putting the emphasis on luxury although all the 330 bedrooms in the resort have been finished to a very high standard. The best known of the golf courses is the 2010 Ryder Cup venue where the former Wentworth Hills course was extensively remodelled to provide the drama and excitement for a famous European victory. Visitors can walk in the footsteps of heroes like Graeme McDowell and Luke Donald on the Twenty Ten or play either the Trent Jones jnr-designed Roman Road or The Montgomerie, created by Europe’s 2010 victorious captain. And wherever you play there is some really fine dining to be had afterwards in the Terry M gourmet restaurant"
"To reward golf fanatics among your team there can be few better venues than the scene of Europe’s famous 2010 Ryder Cup victory. Celtic Manor is just outside Newport and easily accessible from the M4. In terms of golf, the main 2010 course is challenging, but less able golfers will enjoy the two other courses: The Montgomery and Roman Road. The adjoining hotel has comfortable rooms, a bar you can relax in after a day’s golf, and the following morning a breakfast to set you up for another round."
Information on The Celtic Manor Resort , Coldra Woods , The Usk Valley , Newport (Gwent)
Course Statistics: The Twenty Ten Course: 18 Holes, 7008yds, Par 71 SSS 75. The Roman Road Course: 18 Holes, 6515yds, Par 70 SSS 72. The Montgomerie Course: 18 Holes, 6294yds, Par 69 SSS 71.
Green Fees: Twenty Ten £175 per 18 holes, Roman Road/Montgomerie £78. Reduced rates available dependent on time of day.
Visitors Info: Visitors are welcome to book and play at the resort. Tee times are subject to availability and full payment is required when booking. Handicap certificate required.
Societies Info: Booking required.
Date Founded: 1995
Designed by: Robert Trent Jones
Catering: Clubhouse Loung restaurant open Mon - Sunday 7am to 21:30 during summer. Grill style menu. Dress code on golf course is smart pants/shorts and collared shirt. The pro shop has a selection of light snacks, hot and cold drinks. Wentwood Hills course has a halfway house serving light refreshments.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
|Local Directions:||M4 exit Junction 24, on roundabout exit B4237 towards Newport Turn right after 100 metres.|
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