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Your Golf Has Cure for Ryder Cup Fever

9.44am 28th June 2010 - Travel

Celtic Manor Resort Hotel

With fewer than 100 days remaining until the biggest event in golf, people across the country are getting gripped by Ryder Cup fever and Your Golf can ensure golfers get their fix of the biennial competition.

Whether golf fans want to be greenside when the winning putt is sunk, enjoy the action in the lap of luxury or recreate some Ryder Cup memories of their own, Your Golf has something for them.

Packages for accommodation and tickets to all three days at Celtic Manor start from just £1,020 per person and fully inclusive corporate hospitality is available for as little as £380 per person per day.

For anyone wanting to get out on the course themselves while in Wales, Your Golf can create a tailor-made trip with a host of great venues available to play.

Even those who can’t make it to Celtic Manor can still watch the action in style with Your Golf’s Ryder Cup Sunday packages. Big-screen TVs at 58 venues across the UK, including the Belfry and St Mellion, are waiting to show golf fans all the Sunday singles action.

Packages start from just £75 per person for one night’s dinner bed and breakfast and with two rounds of golf included there is ample opportunity to try to re-enact the action from Europe and America’s elite.

And if recreating the Ryder Cup’s magic moments sounds like a great idea you don’t have to wait until October – Your Golf has a host of breaks available to play former Ryder Cup venues including the Belfry, Valderrama, the K Club, Walton Heath and Florida’s PGA National Resort.

One night’s dinner bed and breakfast at the Belfry, with a round on both the Brabazon and Derby courses is available from £169 per person. And golfers can also look forward to the next Ryder Cup on European soil and head to Gleneagles where one night and a round on any of the resort’s three courses will cost just £152.

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