Sintons extends commitment to Close House


Law firm Sintons has renewed its longstanding support for one of the UK’s leading leisure venues, Close House.

The Northumberland golf resort is home to the world’s only two Lee Westwood courses, as well as the North East’s only PGA Academy, and attracts visitors from around the world.

The venue was also the host of the 2017 and 2020 British Masters, adding further to its international status.

Sintons has been a corporate partner of Close House for many years and hosts a number of major client events there each year, including its flagship annual golf day.

The stately home Close House dates back to 1779, but has only been a golf resort since 2005, when it was opened after multi-million pound investment and redevelopment by businessman and philanthropist Sir Graham Wylie.

“Close House is one of the most prestigious golf venues in the North East and indeed the wider UK, and attracts visitors from across the world to play on its two Lee Westwood golf courses,” says Christopher Welch, managing partner of Sintons.

“It is a huge asset to the region and one to which we are very pleased to lend our backing.

“Sintons has been a proud partner of Close House for many years, and we are delighted to again commit our support. We look forward to being associated with this excellent venue for many more years to come, as it continues to push to maximise its potential on a national and international scale.”


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