As well as the Twenty Ten Course which staged the Ryder Cup, the Celtic Manor Resort has two other outstanding championship layouts – The Montgomerie and Roman Road. Here’s why you should book your next round on one of them or, better still, take advantage of one of our great value stay and play packages to experience both…
1. Mint Condition
There are no winter greens or tees on either the Roman Road or Montgomerie courses, so all year round you can enjoy championship conditions manicured to perfection by a Ryder Cup greenkeeping team.
2. Play Like a Star
Not only have holes on both courses staged the Wales Open before the Twenty Ten was built, they have also entertained Hollywood actors like Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta Jones and Ioan Gruffudd in the All*Star and Celebrity Cups.
3. The 3rd Hole, Montgomerie Course
Featured in the book 1001 Golf Holes to Play before You Die and nominated by Your Golf Travel as one of 5 Holes You Must Play in 2014, the third hole on the Monty is an exhilarating downhill par-5 with one of the most breathtaking views in golf.
4. The 13th hole, Roman Road Course
Placing your downhill tee shot in the fairway leaves a daunting approach shot across a wide ravine with the Resort Hotel framing a majestic backdrop. A wonderful start to a thrilling closing stretch.
5. The Giant Fourball Burger
Replenish your group’s energy levels after a round by clubbing together to share a Giant Fourball Burger in The Lodge – a clubhouse specialty which features 1kg of burger and 1kg of fries!
Book your 2014 Championship round at Celtic Manor here