Celtic Manor Resort Golf Club
Celtic Manor Resort Golf Club, Gwent is a 45 hole club; The Twenty Ten Course par 71 (7493 yard), The Roman Road par 70 (6481 yard) & The Montgomerie par 69, (6371 yard). A resort, parkland course.
Coldra Woods, Newport, Gwent, NP18 1HQ United KingdomTel: 01643 413000 | Fax: 01633 410284
Golf Pro: Lee Jay Barnes
Contact/Secretary: Matthew Lewis
Tee Time Information
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* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
Facilities & Visitor Information
Course Information: 54 holes | Par The Twenty Ten Course 71, The Roman Roads 70; | The Twenty Ten Course (7,493); The Roman Road yards | Resort | Parkland
Facilities: Driving range, Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Golf pro shop, Changing rooms, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Available for functions, Accommodation available, golf course.
- Societies Accepted to Play
- Society Deals Available
Designed by: Roman Roads by Robert Trent Jones Snr; The Mo
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News & Events
- Celtic Manor voted Europe's Best Golf Hotel, World Golf Awards
- Celtic Manor - The Twenty Ten Experience
- Celtic Manor Opens Luxury Hunter Lodges
- Celtic Manor Completes Refurbishment to Ensure Golfers Enjoy Better Lies
- Taming the Dragon
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Celtic Manor Resort Golf Club Reviews & Information
4.54 ... Overall Rating
4.56 ... The Course
4.72 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.19 ... VFM
684 ratings from Golfshake members - Ranked 19 out of 1839.
HIGHLY RATED - 99% would play again or recommend
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What the club says: There are three championship golf courses at The Celtic Manor Resort
The Twenty Ten Course: Built to stage The Ryder Cup in 2010, the course opened for play in July 2007. The first course to be built specifically for golf's greatest team tournament, it measures a robust 7,493 yards off the back tees and has a par of 71.
The Roman Road Course was the first of the Resort’s courses, opened in 1995 and was ranked ‘the top inland course in Wales’ by Golf Monthly Magazine. Overlooking the Severn Estuary with views across to Somerset and Devon, it was designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr and is named after the many Roman roads that criss-cross it, the design shaped to avoid disrupting any remains.
The Montgomerie: Designed by Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie, the course measures 6,371 yards and has a par of 69. The front nine takes as its framework the starting and closing holes of the old Wentwood Hills championship course which were not part of the plans for the new course for The Ryder Cup. The back nine has been created from scratch on land that previously housed the 18-hole Coldra Woods academy course.
Love the 2010 course, too hard for me but worth playing. A real test of your game.
Played the Roman Road several times now. Great course, decent test.
Course was in very good condition , shame that the \"signature hole\" has been made into a par 3, and the 17th lengthen into a par 4 by hitting over the 16th green all to build a new car park, tragic really. Better off using that par 3 in front of the hotel and building a par 4/5 to the 17th green from 16th tee....
Always a fantastic day! This is a great course, the sun was shining and the greens were as difficult as always! :-)
(Round played: Aug 2017 - Score: 91 Handicap: 15.6)
(Round played: Jul 2017 - Score: 90 Handicap: 12.5)
(Round played: Jul 2017 - Score: 102 Handicap: 20.1)
(Round played: Jul 2017 - Score: 88 Handicap: 11.5)
(Round played: Jul 2017 - Score: 92 Handicap: 23.4)
Lovely course in good condition, you get what you pay for. Probably better from a buggy but enjoyable all the same.
(Round played: Jun 2017 - Score: 104 Handicap: 32.7)
Not cheap but well kept challenging course with all the facilities and infrastructure you would expect from a classy resort. Course probably better played from a buggy as there are some steep climbs between holes and could be better signposted.
(Round played: Jun 2017 - Score: 91 Handicap: 18.4)
(The Montgomerie course, 2/7/17)
Not a promising start with the first tee tucked behind the driving range, a blind tee shot over a hill on a short par 4. The par 3 second is slightly more impressive, uphill to a wicked slanted green. It's the third hole where the real course starts, a breathtaking par 5 through the trees and off the side of a mountain, followed by one roller coaster of a fairway after another. A magnificent engineering achievement getting this course to stick to the usually soggy Welsh hillsides. Far more diverse and memorable holes than the 2010 course. All the greens are large, moderate slopes, wide fairways and not much trouble, very playable But.... deducting three stars as it is everything that is wrong with modern golf. Frequent 100 yard walks down slippery buggy paths, more tarmac than was used on the nearby M4, a resort setup for stag parties and D list celebs, continuously rammed with incompetent Fourballs. Allow five hours for a round. Ridiculous. I might as well post my review of the 2010 course here as well - just reread the above taking out the good bits, maybe four memorable holes total.
Played on Thursday 29th June. Cludy / Suny conditions ; the greens are large, and neither quick nor slow but very true; get your line right and the balls drop. The course was in great condition and although some holes were difficult overall it is a fair test of golf.
(Round played: Jun 2017 - Score: 101 Handicap: 28)
I've only been playing golf for eight months and this was the first championship course I had played. I wasn't disappointed as it was by far the best course Ive played so far. I'm playing off 24 and expected to struggle but found it quite a forgiving course off the tees, with pretty wide fairways in great condition. The greens were the toughest I'd experienced but true and great fun to try and read. There are some challenging holes but sensible course management can make them achievable for even beginners like myself. The staff were very hospitable, practice facilities are great and it is also great value if you book in advance.
I visited the resort with Clients specifically to play the 2010 course. I was pleasantly surprised by the whole venue, well worth a visit and i will definitely be returning.
£38 for a buggy is extortionate but you need buggy to enjoy the course
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 103 Handicap: 18.3)
One of the toughest par 69 i ever played. Very hilly and tiring. Recommend using an electric trolley as with the wind and rain, it turned out to be very nasty...
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 83 Handicap: 9)
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 134 Handicap: 28.3)
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 93 Handicap: 12)
Beautiful course but very Hilly, was also quite windy on the day but recommend to anybody.
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 95 Handicap: 17.8)
Great course , one of 3 excellent courses at The Celtic Manor Resort, lovely views great array of holes , excellent hotel facilities.
(Round played: Oct 2016 - Score: 73 Handicap: )
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