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Following Tommy Fleetwood's success as host at the brilliant Hillside Golf Club, the British Masters will return to Close House in 2020, with our Chief Holiday Officer Lee Westwood playing host once more. As the associated pro at Close House, as well as having a big hand in the design of the famed Colt Course, Lee is no doubt relishing the experience of welcoming the European Tour to the North West once again.
In 2017, Close House flourished under the spotlight as Paul Dunne won his first European Tour event on a week which broke previous attendance records; looking ahead to the 2020 tournament, the course's varied holes and tests will demand intelligent course management and strategy from the competitors, with the field looking to win at this prestigious venue.
As one of the leading courses in the North West, Close House not only boasts two unbelievable golf courses, but also facilities which match the best in the country.
It's Colt Course, which was designed partly by Lee Westwood, is a challenging track with standout holes at every turn. It's setting in the Northumberland countryside only adds to its character, but also makes for a brilliant atmosphere when championship golf comes knocking.
Both fans and players will relish the opportunity to stay at the luxurious Close House lodges, which provide fantastic levels of accommodation, with both top class leisure and dining facilities.
The British Masters tournament will take place between Thursday and Sunday with practice days organised for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday which is also when the celebrity pro-am takes place.
The exact tee-times and gate opening / closing times will be released nearer the date.
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