And Sportsmail has teamed up with The Saab Wales Open, who are delighted to offer one one lucky reader the chance to win hospitality for two people in the marquee pavilion overlooking the 18th green on the final day of the tournament, Sunday 5th June.
To be in with a chance to win this fantastic prize, simply answer the following question:
Which Celtic Manor course hosted last year's Ryder Cup?A The Twenty Ten CourseB The Roman Road CourseC The Montgomerie Course
E-mail your answer, along with your name, address and contact number to:
firstname.lastname@example.org to arrive by midday on Thursday May 26
PLEASE NOTE: You must validate your entry with the words GOLF WALES OPEN in your subject box; normal Associated Newspapers terms and conditions apply - the Editor's decision is final.
Our winner and a guest will be treated to morning coffee and pastries, a pre-lunch Pimm's reception, a four-course lunch with wine, afternoon tea and a complimentary bar throughout the day while watching the golf from the best seat in the house. After all that indulgence they'll also be treated to a night's luxury accommodation with breakfast at the five-star Celtic Manor Resort.
Lord of the Manor: Graeme McDowell was victorious in last year's Wales Open
The winners will also receive tickets to watch PowerPlay Golf: Ignition as Saab Golf Week tees off early with an exciting new nine-hole format on Bank Holiday Monday, May 30. Ryder Cup stars Paul Casey and Ian Poulter, US Women's Open champion Paula Creamer and golfing legends Gary Player and Ian Woosnam will be among the headline acts joining McDowell and Daly for the shootout.
Three runners-up will all get a pair of season tickets for Saab Golf Week, including admission to the PowerPlay event and all four days of the Saab Wales Open.
For tickets visit saabwalesopen.com or call the Special Events team on 01633 410318
First prize valid on Sunday 5th June 2011 only. Prize is non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash. Excludes dinner and any beverages and extras within the hotel.
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