£10,000 on offer for amateurs competing at the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship with Findagolfbreak.com
Golfing holiday brand Findagolfbreak.com are offering amateur golfers an incredible opportunity to win the fantastic prize of £10,000 at this year’s Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship.
This amazing prize is on offer to any amateur player who can gets a hole-in-one on the ninth hole of the famous Cromwell Course at Nailcote Hall, playing host to the event which this year celebrates its 84th anniversary.
Findagolfbreak.com partner Simon Hurd, said: “Findagolfbreak.com are excited to be backing what could be a fantastic prize for one lucky winner and we are delighted to be supporting this year’s Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship.”
The event is also hosted by a British golfing icon in the form of Tony Jacklin CBE. The former Ryder Cup captain and 1969 Open winner is pleased that this year’s amateur line-up have something special to play for.
He said: “It’ll be interesting to see if any of our amateurs can hold their nerve and hit a hole-in-one on the tough ninth, good luck to them all!”
Organising the event once again, are leading brand agency Champions (UK) plc. Matthew Hayes, Managing Director at the agency said: “It’s brilliant to have Findagolfbreak.com onboard, and this prize is a special one for sure, there’ll be a big party if an amateur gets a hole-in-one.”
Findagolfbreak.com offer dream golfing trips for golf fans across the world, with findagolfbreak.com the one-stop shop for worldwide journeys.
As well as being headline sponsors, Farmfoods have donated €150,000 to this year’s prize fund for the pro competition with €50,000 of this going to the winning professional. With players coming from all over the world to compete at the Championship it has quickly become one of the most sought-after in the UK.
Some of the professionals competing this year include two-time Major winner Tony Jacklin CBE, former Masters winner Ian Woosnam OBE, 2005 US Open champion Michael Campbell, World Golf Hall of Fame member Dame Laura Davies, former European Solheim Cup team member Trish Johnson and last year’s reigning champion Mark Mouland. 1999 Open winner Paul Lawrie OBE, Ryder Cup star Jamie Donaldson, will also be in attendance as will be Italian legend Constantino Rocca.
The Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship welcomes back title sponsor Farmfoods and event partners Nailcote Hall, Champions (UK) plc, Browns Food Group, The Eagle Tour, ITV, The Birmingham Post, Total Motion, Glenmuir, Bentley Leicester, Inspirational Magazine, Finest Catch, Champions Celebrity, VPAR Live Golf, Liberty, Golf Punk and Champions After Dinner Speakers and chosen charity for the event Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People. Returning media partner, Sky Sports will also support the event with its usual excellent coverage.
Free tickets are still on offer and to register for the event people can visit the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship website at: britishpar3.com/booking/event-ticket/2017