The Graham Wylie Foundation is set to benefit from more than £472,500 following the competition at Close House in Northumberland.Read the full story ›
Watch the moment a young golf fan got more than he bargained for when he approached Rory McIlroy for a high-five at the British Masters.Read the full story ›
The British Masters has brought record-breaking crowds and stunning golf to the North East during an unforgettable week.
Organisers say they are delighted with the turn out, having had over 60,000 people come to watch world class golf in the region.
And maybe the real winner was Close House itself, which made the most of it's time in the golfing spotlight:
The winner of the British Masters at Close House, Irishman Paul Dunne, reflects on his maiden European Tour victory:
Day 2 at the British Masters Golf at Close House- Tyrell Hatton has had two blistering rounds and is 3 clear at the top of the leaderboard.Read the full story ›
The Benidorm actor was taken seriously ill last year. He's now back in the north east raising money for fellow actor Dave Whitacker.Read the full story ›
Hartlepool golfer Graeme Storm beat Rory McIlroy to the South African Open - his first European Tour title honour in 10 years.Read the full story ›
Did you know that the same person who designed the Masters Golf Course in Augusta also designed the South Moor course in County Durham?Read the full story ›
Australian Peter Fowler has won the PGA Seniors golf championship near Newcastle.
It was held at Close House golf course at Heddon-on-the-Wall.
Fowler finished on 12 under par, three shots ahead of the Austrian, Gordon Manson. It was Fowler's second win in consecutive tournaments after victory in Jersey last week.
Englishman Carl Mason was fourth on eight under par.
The family of former Newcastle United player Gary Speed has been in Durham today, meeting up with famous sportsmen and women from across the region for a memorial golf match in his name.
Gary died in 2011. His family said they believe he was battling depression at the time of his death, and want to encourage more people to talk openly about the illness.
Watch Frances Read's report: