The Celtic Manor Resort, focal point for last week's Wales Open and host venue for The Ryder Cup in three years time, is back in the full glare of the spotlight again this week with the announcement that The 2010 Ryder Cup will be one of golf's most environmentally sustainable events. Following a series of meetings between Ryder Cup Europe, Ryder Cup Wales and The Celtic Manor Resort owner Sir Terry Matthews last weekend, all parties have expressed their firm commitment to the match becoming the greenest Ryder Cup ever. The partners in the event will now formulate a detailed environmental action plan, which will also evaluate the potential to become the first international golf event to participate in the European Commission's Eco Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS).