Each year, the Farmfoods British Par 3 welcomes a host of major golfing stars, celebrity golf enthusiasts and talented amateur players to take part in the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship.
This year, celebrating its 80th anniversary, the winner will take home £25,000.
The Championship will again be hosted by Tony Jacklin CBE joined by fellow Ryder Cup captain Ian Woosnam OBE and former Ryder Cup team mate Sam Torrance OBE.
This year, the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship will welcome long term supporter Graeme Storm, along with Gary Boyd, Tommy Fleetwood, Eddie Pepperell, Steve Webster, Jamie Elson, Paul Broadhurst, Marc Warren, Lee Slattery, Andy Sullivan, Jamie Spence, Robert Rock, John Parry and Scott Jamieson, as well as young star of the Ladies European Tour and mentee of Tony Jacklin himself, Charley Hull.
The European Senior Tour will also be well represented this year as well as female golfers, both with a strong field of players.
The list includes Gary Wolstenholme MBE, Senior Tour winner Paul Wesselingh, as well as last year’s Championship winner DJ Russell.
There will also be a number of celebrities including Peter Schmeichel OBE, Len Goodman, Peter Shilton OBE, Matthew Hoggard MBE, Neil Back MBE, Steve Backley OBE, Jasper Carrott OBE, and Football Focus’ Dan Walker will be looking to put on a show for the crowds at Nailcote Hall.
The Championship is also home to the tented village, open throughout the four day event and offering a wide range of hospitality, retail and entertainment options.