The next event in the Spirit of Wales testimonial year is announced.
Join Cardiff Blues, Wales and Lions legend Martyn Williams and a host of his friends from the worlds of sport and entertainment at the Spirit of Wales Golf Day and Dinner on the prestigious twenty ten course at the prestigious Celtic Manor Resort on 31 March 2010.
The event is to be held as part of Martyn's Spirit of Wales testimonial year, granted after 11 years service to Cardiff RFC and the Cardiff Blues.
Guests will get the chance to enjoy a round of golf on the Twenty Ten, less than 7 months before the course plays host to the world's greatest golfers in the 2010 Ryder Cup.
Celebrities will include a variety of sports stars as well as a selection of our patrons (see below).
The golf will be followed by a dinner in the Augusta suite at the lodge, followed by a Q&A with rugby greats, award winning comedy entertainment and an auction.
Patrons: Ian Woosnam (Sport), Ioan Gruffudd (Entertainment), James Dean Bradfield (Music), Kim Howells (Politics), Rhian Ap Gruffydd (Arts & Culture), Peter Thomas (Business) and Bryn Williams (Food).
Each team of four golfers (celebrity team member optional) will enjoy:
-18 holes on The Twenty Ten
-Pre-golf breakfast in The Twenty Ten clubhouse
-Buggies provided for your round
-Refreshments at the halfway house
-Post tournament refreshment and games in the Twenty Ten Clubhouse
-A three course dinner in the Augusta suite at the lodge
-Post dinner Q&A, award winning comedy and auction
Entry £1,200 plus VAT per team.
Guests can also elect to attend the evening function only, for a price of £80 per person inclusive of VAT.
The Twenty Ten Clubhouse-No jeans or trainers
Lounge suite for dinner
For more details or to book places, please contact the Endgame Group on 029 2067 4429 or email@example.com
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