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Celtic Challenge offers Ryder Cup tickets; Around the greens.

Byline: Anthony Woolford and Simon Kendal

THE Celtic Manor Resort is offering you the chance to play the new course this summer in the Celtic Challenge - with a fantastic first prize awaiting the winning pair who will each receive a coveted season ticket to attend every day of the Ryder Cup in 2010.

A part from through hospitality bookings or tour packages, Ryder Cup tickets will only be available via a ballot process run by the European Tour. So the Celtic Challenge is a rare and exciting opportunity to win your own place at the event.

There are other great prizes up for grabs in events throughout the summer, where the top three pairs of golfers will all progress to the grand final on October 15.

Whether you are a winner or not, the Celtic Challenge is an excellent opportunity to play all 18 holes of the new Twenty Ten course just days after the tour professionals have sampled it for the first time in the Celtic Manor Wales Open.

Following the footsteps of Open champion Paradigm Harrington and many more of the world's leading players and enjoy a very special golfing experience.

The winning pair at every qualifying event will scoop a four-ball package to return to play the Twenty Ten course and enjoy a gourmet dinner, as well as a luxury overnight stay for four people at the five-star Resort Hotel.

The runners-up will receive a four-ball package to return to play either the Roman Road or the new Montgomerie course and enjoy an overnight stay for four people in the Manor House at Celtic Manor.

Third-placed teams will receive a four-ball on the Roman Road or the Montgomerie, and there will also be voucher prizes for nearest the pin and longest drive competitions at all qualifying events which will be held on June 4, June 12, June 19, June 25, July 2, July 30, August 7 and August 13.

The competition format is four-ball, better-ball stableford and there will be a further opportunity to Beat the Pro on the 10th.

Included in the entry fee of pounds 220 per pair is a hot sandwich and Welsh cawl in the Spike Bar after your round. Tee times between 8amand 4pm, handicaps certificates are required.

For more information or to book, call 01633 410430 or visit
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:May 8, 2008
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