Celtic Manor Summer 3 Days 2025

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£75.00 Per Person Deposit Secures Your Place. Full Balance Due on Thursday 27th March 2025

⛳️ Celtic Manor Summer Adventure - Ryder Cup Venue! 🌞 Experience the thrill of golf at Celtic Manor's Roman Road, Montgomerie, and Twenty Ten courses from June 25-27, 2025. As a popular event repeated for the 3rd year in a row, enjoy the prestige of playing at a Ryder Cup venue in the heart of summer. Secure your spot now! 📅 June 25-27, 2025 📍 Celtic Manor: Roman Road, Montgomerie, Twenty Ten🌟 Don't miss out on this exclusive golfing experience!

Date Wednesday 25th June - Friday 27th June - PREMIUM
Course
  • Day 1 - Roman Road
  • Day 2 - Montgomerie
  • Day 3 - Twenty Ten
You are selecting your tee time for day 1 only. Day 2 onwards you will be allocated tee times. If you have specific tee time requests for days 2 onwards, you can only make a request via our form which will be emailed, and closes 2 weeks prior to the event. Requests via any other means are not accepted. Requests do not mean we can guarantee any specific time, but we will do our best to accommodate.
Customers in groups will be split up on the final day if in a position to compete for overall prizes but can tee off at similar times for travel purposes.
LocationPost Codes:
NP18 1HQ GET DIRECTIONS:> > Day 1 - > Day 2 - > Day 3
Region: Wales
Hotel Deal Please book your hotel HERE
Format
  • Better Ball Pairs Stableford.
  • WHS Handicap Index 85% Allowance.
  • Handicap Limit - 28 ladies. 24 men. Any index can enter, but the maximum playing handicap will be set to 28/24.
Participation
  • Main WHS Leaderboard: Official WHS Handicap Index - 6 Formal Cards in 12 months required to be eligible for Prizes. Pairs scoring 42 or more points will have scores submitted as per WHS rules.
  • Golfshake Leaderboard: Golfshake Handicap
  • Gross Leaderboard: No Handicap Needed - Straight Shootout - All Welcome!
  • Special Leaderboards: Paid competitions such as Twos - Par 3 Competition
Prizes
Per Event
1st - 6th
  • Approx £2,000 Prizes
  • Daily and Overall
  • WHS - Gross - Golfshake
  • Minimum Top 6 Pairs
  • NTP on all Par 3 every day
  • M and F Longest Drive every day
  • Free Mizuno Bag for any HIO
Value
Per Event
  • Free Sleeve of Mizuno Balls Each Player
  • Golf Genius Live Scoring
  • Professionally Hosted
  • Extra Side Comps - Pay to Play
  • Charity Hole inc £10k Value HIO Prize - Donate to Play - Win an Extra Sleeve of Balls
  • OOM Points for 2025 Finals Day Qualification
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The Roman Road Course at Celtic Manor is a true golfing masterpiece, offering a captivating blend of natural beauty and challenging design.

As you step onto the first tee, you'll be greeted by lush fairways, scenic water features, and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Sr., the Roman Road Course is known for its strategic layout and meticulous conditioning. Each hole presents a unique challenge, with well-placed bunkers, undulating fairways, and challenging greens that demand both accuracy and skill.

The Montgomerie Course at Celtic Manor is a true gem, designed by the legendary golfer Colin Montgomerie.

As you step onto the first tee, you'll be immersed in a world-class golfing experience, surrounded by stunning panoramic views and meticulously manicured fairways. This championship course offers a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience for players of all skill levels. The Montgomerie Course is renowned for its strategic design, featuring well-placed bunkers, water hazards, and undulating greens that demand accuracy and precision.

The Twenty Ten Course at Celtic Manor holds a special place in golfing history, having hosted the prestigious Ryder Cup in 2010.

As you step onto the first tee, you'll be following in the footsteps of golfing legends and immersing yourself in a truly world-class golfing experience. Designed with the Ryder Cup in mind, the Twenty Ten Course offers a challenging and strategic layout that demands skill, precision, and a strategic mindset. Each hole has been carefully crafted to provide a test for even the most accomplished golfers, with strategically placed bunkers, water hazards, and undulating fairways.

Can you get to the Grand Final?

Join one of our pairs events for a chance to win prizes and Order of Merit Points to Qualify for our end of season grand final! This is a premium event which means you'll get extra order of merit points for competing as well as the following benefits. Golf Genius Live Scoring
Professionally Hosted
Approx £2k Prizes
NTP on all Par 3
M and F Longest Drive
Sleeve of Balls Per Person
Free Mizuno Bag for any HIO
Charity Hole inc £10k Value HIO Prize - Donate to Play
Extra Side Comps - Pay to Play
Enhanced Order of merit points - 120 Points for Competing - 100-5 Points for Top 20 Placed Pairs. Points are awarded each day of the multi day event. Order of Merit Points are added to the individuals in the pair rather than the pair itself. To be eligible to win prizes on the main leaderboard competitors must meet the following requirements: Have played 6 formal competition rounds such as club medals or our Mizuno Singles Tour Events in the 12 months leading up to an event. Grand Final Place up for Grabs! At all our Pairs events - you are competing for Order of Merit Points - where winners of various categories are invited to join us in early 2025 for a stay and play trip to crown the overall 2024 tour champions. There will be eight Order of Merit Leaderboards operating in 2024 - giving you all a whole load of chances to qualify. Leaderboard 1 - Best Three Scores Count - 5 Pairs
Leaderboard 2 - Best Six Scores Count - 5 Pairs
Leaderboard 3 - Best Overall Scores Count - 5 Pairs
Leaderboard 4 - Best Three Gross Scores Count - 5 Pairs
Leaderboard 5 - Best Six Gross Scores Count - 5 Pairs
Leaderboard 6 - Played most events - 5 Pairs
Leaderboard 7 - Booked most places at events - 5 Pairs
Leaderboard 8 - Wildcards - 5 Pairs

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS

 

By Steve
Great value events for the courses you get to play, some great prizes, well organised and the guys on the day are superb too.

 

By John
Superb courses, great value and really well run events. Highly recommended

 

By Bill
Great value for money RE courses, prizes are superb & staff are sound as a pound
Frequently Asked Questions are listed below. However if you can't find the answer to your question PLEASE CLICK HERE for a full break down. If you still can't find what you are looking for please or need more information you can call us on 01386 291000 or email orders@golfpairs.com

  • All our pairs events are better ball stableford competitions played off 85% handicap. This means each golfer plays their own ball, and the better score from the two on each hole counts towards the team’s total.

  • We have WHS access and check all handicaps of winning players. We ask all golfers to take photo ID with them on the day so we can link name and photo. Any exceedingly good scores, we will carry out a full investigation including contacting home clubs directly to check on the status of handicaps. For full details our exceptional score policy click here.

  • We have in place mandatory pick up when not scoring and penalties given for not keeping up with the group in front. We have marshalls on the course and a starter managing the first tee, but we rely on every golfer to act responsibly and be ready to play.

  • No, you don't. The Golf Pairs Club Membership is for additional perks. It's not required to play in this event.

  • We require for 2025 all prize winners to have played 6 formal competition rounds in the 12 months prior to the event day. 'A formal competition (used to be known as Handicap Qualifiers) is managed and administered by an "Authorised Association" (either a golf club or other organisation which is licensed by one of the golf unions to run formal competitions). These scores are submitted to the central WHS database by the AA in question, rather than by the individual. A General Play round (formerly supplementary score) counts when calculating handicap index, but are not competition rounds, since they are not administered by an Authorised Association.' The full details can be found in the CONGU handbook below.
    https://www.congu.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/WHSDocs/Handicapping-Advice.pdf

  • All our events are run in line with the new World Handicapping System. To qualify for prizes, competitors must have a WHS handicap index which will be used to determine playing handicap for the competition.
    Further information can be found here

  • An individual is only eligible to win 1 main prize a year from winning events. Should you win a second event you will be switched with whoever finishes in second place and they will take the first place prize. Vouchers for winning events are non-transferable, non-refundable and can only be used by the winners. What happens if we win an event and qualify via the order of merit leaderboard? Should you win an event and qualify via order of merit, you will then be able to either transfer one pair to recipients of your choice or attend for a second time. An individual is only eligible to win 1 order of merit prize.

  • In 2025 we are introducing the opportunity to select your tee at the time of booking. Simply select your tee time for the drop down menu on the booking page.

  • We have standard options including debit, credit and AMEX cards. Bank transfer, Paypal and Apple/Google pay.

    Flexi Pay
    You can secure your booking by paying the deposit which is clearly stated on the product page, per person per event and then pay the rest off flexibly at no extra charge.
    The date that full payment is due, is also listed on the product page when you book.

    In order to do this simply select the Bank Deposit option and make the required payment through your normal bank account - using our bank details on https://golfpairs.com/pay

    If you have any questions, contact orders@golfpairs.com who can assist you.

  • All golfers of any ability with any handicap are welcome to play in our events. In order to win prizes in the WHS bracket there is a handicap limit of 28 for ladies and 24 for men. We allow higher handicaps to enter but to be eligible for prizes you must play off the index 24(m) 28(l)

  • You can pay a deposit to secure your place provided the event is over 3 months away. This can be done by going through the checkout as normal and on the final page selecting Bank Deposit. Once you have selected bank deposit and reserved your place, please then follow the instructions that are presented to you. This will involve you contacting your bank either via online banking, telephone or branch and setting us up as a payee. Bank details are always here https://golfpairs.com/pay if you lose the confirmation email. Use your order number as reference.

  • Ladies, and mixed pairs can definitely participate, as we are an inclusive tour that welcomes all participants. For safety purposes juniors must be 14+ and have an official handicap and be accompanied by an adult. Regarding courtesy shots, we make all necessary adjustments based on the course rating and par of the course being played. So if a red tee has a higher course rating v par than a white tee, those playing from red tees would have handicaps adjusted accordingly.

  • Unless clearly stated in the event page It's not something we generally offer. Based on demand we are working with our clubs to potentially offer this in the future.

  • Yes you can - we welcome single golfer and we will pair you up. We had runners up in 2020 single golfers at an event who had never met! Just join up and you never know if you can't persuade a partner. In our 2021 events we had two singles paired up on the day win one of our events.

  • ‘Yes we accept a Handicap Index through the iGolf platform across our competitions.’

  • All are welcome to participate, handicap or not. However in order to win main prizes both you and your partner must have official CONGU handicaps. Although not official WHS handicaps we accept Golf Shake Handicaps. If you have a Golfshake Handicap (free) you can participate in all side competitions but you will not be able to play for the placed prizes. Should we have enough Golfshake Handicap participants you will also have a separate leaderboard and prizes will also be available.

  • We make all necessary adjustments based on the course rating. So if a red tee has a higher course rating than a white tee those playing from red tees will have handicaps adjusted accordingly in line with WHS rules on handicapping.

  • Professionals can play in our competitions. To be fair to plus amateurs, they must play from the lowest of scratch, their handicap before turning pro, or the lowest handicap in the field, whichever is lowest.

  • Yes - if you meet the criteria set out by the WHS rules, we will submit your score to WHS. This is done automatically, and the rules may change from time to time. This is outside our control but we are using Golf Genius, which is licensed by all home nations. Any issues with score submission, please contact your handicap secretary or iGolf directly.

  • Launched by England Golf in July 2021, iGolf provides non-club members with access to obtain an official WHS Handicap Index. For a fixed annual fee, it also gives you the ability to track your performances, measure your progress and message your friends and likeminded golfers, all through the MyEG app. Because it also provides an equitable way of playing the game for those who aren’t club members, it means all iGolf subscribers can enter Golf Pairs events and compete too. To find out more about iGolf, click here.

  • We require for 2025 all prize winners to have played 6 formal competition rounds in the 12 months prior to the event day. A formal competition (used to be known as Handicap Qualifiers) is managed and administered by an "Authorized Association" (either a golf club or other organization which is licensed by one of the golf unions to run formal competitions). These scores are submitted to the central WHS database by the AA in question, rather than by the individual.

    A General Play round (formerly supplementary score) counts when calculating handicap index, but are not competition rounds, since they are not administered by an Authorized Association.

    The full details can be found in the CONGU handbook below.
    https://www.congu.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/WHSDocs/Handicapping-Advice.pdf

  • Yes - if you meet the criteria set out by the WHS rules, we will submit your score to WHS. This is done automatically, and the rules may change from time to time. These will be considered competition rounds. This is outside our control but we are using Golf Genius, which is licensed by all home nations. Any issues with score submission, please contact your handicap secretary or iGolf directly.

  • Yes you can give us a call on 01386 291000 Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm.
    Alternatively you can email us on orders@golfpairs.com

  • Yes you can. If you book as a group we will assume you wish to play together unless you tell us you wish to play consecutively. If you have booked separately you must tell us in the registration form.

  • Yes you can give us a call on 01386 291000 Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm alternatively you can email us on orders@golfpairs.com

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