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Ryder Cup bridge opened by First Minister


With just months to go until the Ryder Cup comes to the Celtic Manor, near Newport, a suspension bridge at the resort has been opened.

It spans the River Usk, allowing players and spectators to cross to the practise grounds.

First Minister Carwyn Jones and Celtic Manor owner Sir Terry Matthews say the Ryder cup has put Wales on the map.

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