Close House, a golf resort in Northumberland, England, has been chosen as the host venue for an upcoming Asian Tour event. The competition will take place from September 23rd to 26th, and it marks the first time that the resort has hosted a major international tournament.

The Asian Tour event is one of a series of professional golf tournaments that take place across Asia and feature players from around the world. The event at Close House will see some of the best golfers from across Asia and beyond compete over four days, with a substantial prize purse on the line.

Close House, which is situated in the picturesque Tyne Valley, is no stranger to hosting high-profile golf events. In recent years, it has hosted the British Masters twice, with the renowned Lee Westwood acting as tournament host. The resort is well-known for its stunning courses, including the Lee Westwood Colt course, which was designed by the former world number one golfer himself.

The decision to choose Close House as the venue for the Asian Tour event is a recognition of the resort’s growing reputation on the international golf scene. The resort’s management team expressed their delight at being chosen to host the tournament, emphasising the need to provide top-quality facilities for competitors and spectators alike.

Tom Cowell, the Director of Golf at Close House, stated that the event was a great opportunity for the resort to showcase the region’s stunning golf courses and hospitality. Cowell added that he was looking forward to welcoming some of the world’s top golfers to Northumberland.

The Asian Tour event at Close House promises to be an exciting occasion for all involved, as players battle it out on one of the UK’s most challenging courses. With stunning scenery and a range of top-class facilities, Close House is more than ready to take on this latest challenge and cement its place as a leading golf resort.

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