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Pictured: The restaurant and bar area of Palleg Golf Club in Lower Cwmtwrch near Swansea, Wales, UK STOCK PICTURE<br />
Re: Bosses of the Celtic Manor, where the Ryder Cup and the NATO summit were held, are threatening legal action against a village club in Swansea changing its name to Celtic Minor.<br />
Palleg golf club was renamed Celtic Minor by businessman owner John Adams to attract more members.<br />
But a spokesman for Celtic Manor warned they will fight "any attempt to take unfair advantage of their reputation".<br />
Celtic Minor said "there wasn't any issue" with the name change.<br />
Club manager Melanie Eaton said the name change "works in their favour."
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Pictured: The restaurant and bar area of Palleg Golf Club in Lower Cwmtwrch near Swansea, Wales, UK STOCK PICTURE
Re: Bosses of the Celtic Manor, where the Ryder Cup and the NATO summit were held, are threatening legal action against a village club in Swansea changing its name to Celtic Minor.
Palleg golf club was renamed Celtic Minor by businessman owner John Adams to attract more members.
But a spokesman for Celtic Manor warned they will fight "any attempt to take...
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