Nailcote Hall Par 3 Champs 2020 (Cancelled)

by Steve | Last Updated: 5 November 2019

This year’s highly anticipated Fore King Golf Par 3 Championship will be held at the luxurious Nailcote Hall, Warwickshire, which boasts the prestigious 9 hole, Par 3 Championship golf course.

The Cromwell Course offers a golfing challenge to test the skills of players of all ages and abilities.

The Best Par 3 course in the Country

You are in for a treat as Nailcote Hall was placed number one by ‘Today’s Golfer’ in a list of the best par 3 courses in the country.

Date: Saturday 22 August 2020 CANCELLED

We will be playing just a few days after the Farm Foods British Par 3 Championship, so the course is sure to be in amazing condition

Venue: Nailcote Hall

Nailcote Hall, Nailcote Lane, Berkswell, Warwickshire. CV7 7DE
Tel: 012476 466174  Club Website

Competition Format

The playing format for the Par 3 Champs is Strokeplay

Event Schedule

Prizes

There will be prizes for the Winner and Runner Up

Maximum Entries:  36

Entry Fees per player

Tour Member £69.00  |  Non Tour Member £79.00

Secure your place – Pay £20 Deposit

Please make yourself familiar with the Tour Rules

About The Golf Club

Fore King Golf Tour Par 3 Championship at Nailcote Hall 22 August 2020

As all the pro’s say ‘drive for show – putt for dough!’

This fabulous nine-hole golf course has been cleverly designed to ensure it is perfect for beginners, whilst at the same time providing the most experienced golfers with a tough test of their short game.

Enjoying all the hazards of a full scale course, including ditches, water, elevated greens and no less than twenty-three bunkers, the only thing missing is that first long drive.

Offering the privacy that new players often seek, the Cromwell Course is perfect for golfers of all abilities.

Nailcote Hall host Fore King Golf Tour Par 3 champs on 22 August 2020
Steve King, the founder of Fore King Golf, started playing golf at the tender age of 29, after years spent playing many other sports and getting dodgy knees. Although late to the game, Steve soon fell in love with the sport and found himself, like many others, addicted to the pursuit of improvement and playing better. He is currently a member of The Kendleshire Golf Club & Hercules Golf Society, as well as running several competitions for Fore King Golf