The couple, who are often snapped enjoying a few holes together, will be competing on opposite sides at the All Star Cup in South Wales
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Although they own a mansion just outside Swansea, Catherine and Michael have bagged themselves one of the two luxury Presidential suites available at the course's hotel

25 AUGUST 2005

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The lush green valleys of South Wales are set to take on a new lustre this weekend as actors, musicians and sporting figures from both sides of the pond jet in to participate in a transatlantic golfing challenge.

Local lass Catherine Zeta-Jones, who was born just down the road in Swansea, is joined by singer Ronan Keating, rugby pin-up Gavin Henson and tennis star Boris Becker on the "home" team, while hubby Michael Douglas will be teeing off with the likes of actor Rob Lowe and Sixth Sense actor Haley Joel Osment.

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And it seems Catherine and Michael are taking the outcome seriously. Despite owning a 2-million mansion nearby, the pair have ensured no outside distractions affect their game by bagging the best suite at the course's luxury Celtic Manor Resort Hotel.

While having to settle for slightly less glamorous accommodation, fellow competitors will still be receiving all-star treatment - right down to each player being allocated their own personal chef.

TV presenters Kirsty Gallacher and Jamie Theakston will host the competition, which is scheduled to be screened on Sky One.






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