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Close House, home to the 2017 British Masters, is offering golfers the chance to experience the championship venue with their exclusive stay and play packages available this year.

Guests will be given the opportunity to play both of the world renowned, unique, 18-hole courses at Close House, of which the Colt will play host to the world’s best tour stars this September.

The only two Lee Westwood courses in the world, both the championship Colt and shorter, but no less beautiful, Filly courses are framed by the Northumberland countryside and offer golfers an enjoyable challenge in two, contrasting layouts.

“I’m incredibly proud of Close House and what it has come to mean to the local community and the wider golfing world,” commented Graham Wylie, owner of Close House.

“We want people to be able to experience where the world’s best golfers will be playing and staying later this year, and feel like they themselves have been a part of the 2017 British Masters experience,” he continued.

Whilst at Close House, guests will also enjoy a night in the luxurious surroundings of the Courtyard suites, the venue’s on-site accommodation, and be able to take advantage of the stunningly modern No.19 clubhouse, where picturesque views coupled with fine-dining provide an experience not easily forgotten.

On the basis of two people sharing, golfers will be able to play both courses at Close House with bed and breakfast for one night for £129 per person between Sunday and Thursday, and £179 per person for stays on Fridays and Saturdays, subject to availability.

For more information on Close House and how to book you stay, visit www.closehouse.com.