Montgomerie Course
at Celtic Manor Resort

Newport, Wales

The Montgomerie Golf Course overview

Style: Woodland

Designed by Ryder Cup legend Colin Montgomerie, the first and last holes of this challenging par 69 parkland golf course were based on the foundation of the original Wentwood Hills golf course, with the land from the old Coldra Woods Academy course being used to construct the fascinating layout of The Montgomerie.

Featuring deep pot bunkering and some tricky greenside swales, this golf course has plenty of natural hazards and an “inland links” feel to it and with The Montgomerie course being all downhill, it certainly makes it a tough but exciting test of skill.

Signature Hole

Golfers playing on The Montgomerie golf course can expect spectacular views and breathtaking tee shots over the valleys, certainly making this championship golf course one to remember, with the most memorable hole being the par-four 10th, with a lake just before the green.

Accommodation near Montgomerie Course

Coldra Court Hotel by Celtic Manor

Located in the quiet suburb of Langstone on the outskirts of the City of Newport, Coldra Court’s spa

Celtic Manor

Celtic Manor Golf Resort 5* provides guests with the ultimate golfing experience. There are three championship courses on site alongside fantastic hotel facilities which include seven restaurants, superb spa facilities and luxury rooms.

Hunter Lodges at Celtic Manor Resort

Not only can you experience Championship and Ryder Cup golf at Celtic Manor, but Hunter Lodges now also offers guests the freedom to enjoy Newport’s breath-taking scenery.

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