The hugely popular Golf Live Event will return for its fourth consecutive year from May 10-12.

For the first time, it’ll be staged at 2010 Ryder Cup host venue Celtic Manor, and Golf Live Ambassador Colin Montgomerie will return to the scene of his triumph as European captain.

The eight-time European Tour Order of Merit Champion will be hosting a range of interactive clinics and game-improvement sessions at Golf Live’s theatres.

They include the Main Theatre – where some of the world’s best players give masterclasses and show off their talent – and the Golf Live Theatre, which will host sessions of trick shots, equipment profiles and academy-style lessons.

There will also be a short game and bunker area in the main theatre, and a Junior Golf Academy – an interactive area for juniors to learn and develop their game.

Three-time European Tour champion Soren Kjeldsen and renowned trick-shot artist Paul Barrington have also been confirmed for the event.

Kjeldsen will be making his Golf Live debut, and will be helping to demonstrated how to get up and down from a range of real-life scenarios in the Cleveland/Srixon Short Game Zone.

“I’m really excited to be making my appearance at Golf Live having heard so many good things about it over the past three years,” said Kjeldsen.

“I enjoy meeting club golfers in pro-ams and Golf Live will give me a better opportunity to pass on more advice on how to get the best from their games.”

If you’re feeling ambitious, you can participate in the daily nearest the pin competition at Celtic Manor’s signature par-3, and take part in a longest drive contest.

At the driving range and on the putting green, the world’s leading manufacturers will be present to give you the chance to try all the best equipment.

If you find something you like, head to the enormous tented village, where more than 100 premium brands will be showcasing and selling their latest products.

This year, the inaugural Celebrity Cup will also be taking place.

Overseen by Montgomerie, teams of six celebrities from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales will go head-to-head in a round robin competition, culminating in the grand final on Sunday May 12.

The likes of Sir Steve Redgrave, Rob Brydon and Kenny Dalglish have already signed up for the competition.

The highly acclaimed Golf Live gives golf fans the chance to get up close and personal with some of the sport’s biggest names in a fun, friendly and exciting environment.

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