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Guests announced for GLC's alternative Ryder Cup

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James McLaren James McLaren | 08:45 UK time, Thursday, 23 September 2010

It's just two days to go until Goldie Lookin' Chain's alternative Ryder Cup Celebrity Golf Tournament and gig, and more details have been announced for the afternoon's nine hole round of club 'n' ball fun on the Caerleon municipal golf course.

The Goldie Lookin' Golf Tournament is free for the people of Newport to watch, and they'll get to see a line-up of stars including 'entrepreneur' Howard Marks, Pritchard and Dainton of Dirty Sanchez, members of Super Furry Animals, The Automatic, ex-Wales rugby player Craig Quinnell, Olympic athletes Jamie Baulch and Matt Elias, footballer Nathan Blake, Radio Wales' Owen Money, our own Bethan Elfyn, Red Dragon's Leigh Jones, BBC Wales sports reporter Jason Mohammed, Torchwood's Gareth David-Lloyd, The Sun's Bizarre editor Gordon Smart and Richard Norton of Neighbours.

A line-up of appropriately strange guests to engender a nicely chaotic and comedic sense of fun, I think. No doubt the GLC boys will be enjoying their position as ringmasters for the day, bringing golf back to the people of Newport.

The evening's gig features GLC, David Garland Jones, 2Rude and Dirty Goods at Newport Centre.

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