The Celtic Manor Resort – host of golf’s 2010 Ryder Cup and premier luxury retreat less than two hours outside London – announces an International Membership offer for individuals with primary residences outside the UK.
For an initiation fee of £2,000 (approximately $3,250) and £2,000 annual dues, members enjoy full playing privileges on The Twenty Ten – the first course in history designed and built specifically to host the Ryder Cup – as well as four complimentary room nights per year in the five-star Resort Hotel. Members joining before 31 March 2010 are also entitled to one 2010 Ryder Cup season ticket with daily access to the Twenty Ten Club members pavilion and opportunity to purchase an additional pass.
“This is a fantastic chance for golfers living outside the UK to experience a Ryder Cup layout and its associated world-class amenities at an exceptionally reasonable price,” says Dylan Matthews, Chief Executive of Celtic Manor. “They will be warmly welcomed and showered with Wales’ unrivaled hospitality.”
Other International Membership highlights include unlimited play on Celtic Manor’s other two championship courses — the Roman Road and Montgomerie — full access to the Twenty Ten Clubhouse’s luxurious facilities and private members’ lounge, complimentary membership to the Forum Health Club and Spa and two season tickets to the PGA European Tour’s Celtic Manor Wales Open (3-6 June 2010).
In addition to the four complimentary room nights per year, members receive preferential accommodation rates and discounts at on-site restaurants, bars, retail outlets and spas. Each will also receive a Twenty Ten members’ blazer, tie and cufflinks.
Says Matthews: “We’re confident our outstanding service, proximity to Wales’ cultural and historical sites and ease of access from London will quickly make Celtic Manor our International Members’ preferred ‘home away from home.'”
Celtic Manor Resort www.celtic-manor.com
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