WAGS Wales Tour 2004
Friday 11th to Sunday 13th June 2004
Tourist Trophy

The Tour

Friday 11th June 2004

Rolls of Monmouth Golf Club: 18 holes (tee off approx 1.00pm)
Friday evening - dinner and accommodation overnight at Celtic Manor, Newport (about half an hour's drive away)

Saturday 12th June 2004

Breakfast at Celtic Manor then
am Coldra Woods course, Celtic Manor: 18 holes (tee off approx 9.00am) (Par 59 course)
pm Wentworth Hills course, Celtic Manor: 18 holes (tee off approx 1.00pm) (Ryder Cup course - as played on Sunday of 2003 Cornwall tour)
Saturday evening - dinner and accommodation overnight at Celtic Manor

Sunday 13th June 2004

Breakfast at Celtic Manor then
St. Pierre, Chepstow: 18 holes

The Money

Basic cost of the above £375. Price does not include buggy hire at Celtic Manor, which will be arranged as required, separately.

The Booking Arrangements

As a result of stringent requirements imposed by Celtic Manor, the Society is only able to guarantee 16 places on the tour. It is probable that surplus space will be available if required, but there is absolutely no guarantee of this. Anyone wanting to come must therefore act now.

6 of the places have been accepted (by payment of deposits), by Mike Wells, Charles Staveley, Nick Griffiths, Rhod James, Richard Latham and Chris Bunning. The remaining 10 guaranteed slots will be allocated strictly on a "first come first served" basis, to the next 10 members (or members plus guests) who provide the appropriate £50 deposit to Chris Bunning, by post to 147 Queens Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 8NS.

Once the 16 slots have been filled, subject to further demand, the committee will approach Celtic Manor for further space.

Could all tourists (definite or thinking about it) note that again because of Celtic Manor's requirements, much of the price of the tour will have to be funded "up front". Please therefore note that all tourists will be required to pay a further £216 (beyond the original £50) by 1st May 2004.

The Prizes

The Tourist Trophy (currently held by Henry Koszarek) will once again be up for grabs. Rolls of Monmouth and Wentworth Hills will count towards the Victor Ludorum. Further details of the specific competition format of the weekend will follow nearer the time.

The Questions

……should be directed in the first instance to Richard Latham, or if unavailable, Rhod James.