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Close House, Heddon-on-the-Wall
Close House has put the North East on the global golfing map once again, hosting the 2020 British Masters earlier this summer. The course looked as glorious as ever on the big screen, and it’s back open ready to welcome golfers from across the region and beyond. A fantastic opportunity to play on one of the world’s greatest green stages, just a stone’s throw from Newcastle.
Rockliffe Hall, Hurworth-on-Tees
Just can’t get enough of the Masters action? Rockliffe Golf is inviting all amateur golfers with a handicap of 5 or under to join the Northern Golf Masters 2020. This event, in the diary for Sunday 4 October, is the ultimate chance to be named the best amaetur golfer in the north, inviting club golfers from across Teesside, County Durham, North Yorkshire, Tyne & Wear, Northumberland and Cumbria. Entry fee is £35 per player, with prizes awarded for first, second and third place.
The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield
One of the country’s best-loved golf resorts, The Belfry, is back open, offering the same award-winning experience while meeting the highest standards of cleanliness across the complex. With plenty of day trip and staycation packages available, it’s the perfect break for couples, families and golfing groups.
Oulton Hall, Leeds
Don’t miss QHotel Group’s reopening offers at its seven golf venues across the UK, including the magnificent Oulton Hall near Leeds. ‘The Great British Breakaway’ package includes a luxury four-star overnight stay with breakfast, 36 holes of golf, a bucket of beer on arrival and a packed lunch for each guest, with prices starting at just £93 per golfer. Too good to miss.