After the huge success of the 2017 event, The Betfred British Masters will return to Close House, Newcastle upon Tyne, in 2020. Former World Number One, Lee Westwood is also coming back as host following in the footsteps of Ian Poulter (2015), Luke Donald (2016), Justin Rose (2018) and Tommy Fleetwood (2019).
The Dunlop Masters was first held in 1946 and was a continuation of the Dunlop-Metropolotan Tournament. Like the Dunlop-Metropolitan, the Dunlop Masters was a 72-hole end-of-season event with a restricted field. The Dunlop-Metropolitan was first played in 1934, the same year as The Masters.
During the 1980s the British Masters was one of the most lucrative events on the European Tour with a prize fund that was as high as third among the tournaments on the schedule.
Join us at this event for first class hospitality and top quality golfing action.
There are various corporate hospitality options available for the British Masters Golf Championships, please click below to view a sample hospitality package and for further information.