Twenty Ten Course

Built to stage the 2010 Ryder Cup, The Twenty Ten is the first course in history designed specifically for the historic competition. 

Carving through the Usk Valley with six signature holes, water featuring predominantly throughout the course and measuring a daunting 7493 yards from the back tees, this is a stern test of golf.
Opened in July 2007, the course combines nine spectacular new holes with nine extensively redesigned holes from the original Robert Trent Jones Jnr-designed Wentwood Hills golf course.  

A must play for any Ryder Cup enthusiast, Europe clinched victory thanks to a dramatic 20 foot birdie putt at the 16th and then a par on the short 17th by Graeme McDowell.

Buggy Hire
Driving Range
Pro Shop
Putting Green
Practice Area
Par 71