Located in Newport South Wales, The Celtic Manor Resort is home to The Twenty Ten Course, built specifically as the stage for the 2010 Ryder Cup. The course is the scene of Graeme McDowell’s dramatic putt on the 16th hole to win the Ryder Cup. The course measures at 7493 yards from the back tees and is a par 71. This is a serious test of golf but one that should be thoroughly enjoyed. The course is kept in pristine condition and provides breath-taking views across the beautiful nearby landscape. The course features many risk-reward holes that will provide great enjoyment for visiting golfers. Celtic Manor caters for every golfing need with three championship golf courses, a floodlit driving range, two grand clubhouses this fantastic venue is worth a visit.