The Championship returned to Nailcote Hall between the 7th - 10th August 2018 and our Cromwell Course played host to a huge array of big names from the world of golf in addition to well known celebrities from the world of television, sport and the media.
Steven Tiley has won this year’s Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship following a dramatic final day at Nailcote Hall. Tiley scored -6 on the Cromwell Course to clinch victory and the €50,000 prize that comes with it.
The Challenge Tour player, and former European Tour star, went into the final day as the overnight leader following a fantastic opening round in which he scored -3 to put himself in contention.
In the end it came down to a straight shootout between Tiley and EuroPro star Andrew Marshall. There was only one stroke in it with Marshall ruing the double bogey he scored on the 3rd.
European Tour star, Aaron Rai and 2013 Norma C Herd Silver Salver winner, Craig Lawrie, put themselves into contention, and they along with Tiley found themselves on the same score, and the prospect of a play-off, loomed large.
However, Lawrie fell away after bogeying on the 13th eventually finishing on -4 and when it looked like Rai could go on to triumph after scoring a magnificent hole-in-one, his round ended with a double bogey on the final hole in front of the grandstand, a hole he has struggled with all day.
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Find out more about the British Par 3 Championship at the official website www.britishpar3championship.co.uk
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Matt Wheatcroft's amazing recovery shot at the 2013 British Par 3 Championship
The 2016 Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship at Nailcote Hall saw no fewer than 11 former Ryder cup players in attendance. With an impressive 28 Ryder cup appearances between them it was an honour to have them and an inspiration for their fellow competitors, professional and amateur.