GARETH BALE'S Wales team-mates plan to get him a golf gift to celebrate his 100th cap.
The 32-year-old skipper is set to follow Chris Gunter as the Dragons' second male player to join the centurion club against Belarus in Saturday's World Cup qualifier.
Real Madrid star Bale has never hidden his passion for the sport and even held up a banner saying, 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order' after his nation reached Euro 2020.
Bale's close pal Wayne Hennessey revealed: "If we do get him a gift it's going to have to be something to do with golf."
Asked if Wales' stars will chip in to get Bale a golden club, Hennessey laughed and replied: "It will be something to do with golf and along those lines.
"It will be difficult because he's got absolutely to do with golf. But we will have to find something.
"Hopefully the Welsh FA could help us with that. We will all congratulate him."
Bale loves playing a round so much that Real team-mate Thibaut Courtois coined him 'The Golfer' in the Bernabeu dressing room.
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In Spain the ex-Tottenham ace has been criticised for enjoying his hobby too much but that has not worried Wales' record goalscorer and talisman.
In fact, golf-nut Bale revealed last year he has a bucket list of the world's best courses that he wants to play with his mates.
And Wales' captain, who has three holes at his Vale of Glamorgan home, is opening his own golf course inside a Cardiff nightclub next spring.
Indoor mini golf venue Par 59 will have three nine-hole courses along with a bar and restaurant on St Mary's Street on the former site of Liquid in the Welsh capital.
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