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Nike N7 ShoesNailcote Hall's Par 3 tournament doubles its prize fund to 100,000AN IMPRESSIVE prize fund of 100,000 is on offer to professionals competing in the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship at Nailcote Hall this year.00:00, 21 FEB 2013Updated17:04, 25 APR 2013Get daily updates directly to your inbox SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailAN IMPRESSIVE prize fund of is on offer to professionals competing in the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship at Nailcote Hall this year.As Europe's most prestigious Par 3 tournament celebrates its 80th anniversary, organisers Champions (UK) plc, hosts Nailcote Hall and sponsors Farmfoods continue to take the tournament to a new level.This year sees a six figure sum on offer doubling the amount to competitors in this hugely popular tournament.Already one of the most lucrative golf events on the UK circuit, the last few years have seen the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship attract a world class field of major winners, Ryder Cup heroes and European Tour stars, including double major champion and Ryder Cup legend Tony Jacklin CBE, current Race 2 Dubai leader Scott Jamieson, former Masters champion Ian Woosnam OBE, Ryder Cup legend Brian Barnes, Senior Tour star Gary Wolstenholme MBE, former World Cup winner Marc Warren, Champions Tour star Mark Mouland, European Tour stars Graeme Storm, Oliver Fisher, Gary Boyd, Robert Rock and Warwickshire's Paul Broadhurst.Matthew Hayes, managing director of brand agency Champions (UK) plc, said: "We are delighted to announce this dramatic 100 per cent increase to the prize fund."The tournament is one of the most successful golfing events in Britain and attracts major interest from sponsors, spectators, media and golfers alike. We are committed to continue making it bigger and better every year."Jacklin will again host the event, which takes place from August 6 9 and either side of the Championship are two fantastic Celeb Am days that regularly attract some of the country's biggest celebrities such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Bobby Charlton, Len Goodman, Peter Shilton OBE, Peter Schmeichel, Jasper Carrot, Johnny Herbert and William Roache MBE.Nailcote Hall owner Rick Cressman added: "It's 80 years since the championship was first played and it's fantastic to see it go from strength to strength. With an international field represented each year, it is truly a global celebration of Par 3 golf."The scale of the event is only possible with the enormous support of our sponsors and the efforts of the whole team at Nailcote Hall and Champions (UK) plc.".

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