MG in Spain ’24 – Bill & the ed’s excellent adventure

‘Not a dry eye in the house’ at Mulligans GS season starter

Counting the cost of the wettest of winters – the Midlands view

Sandwell Park’s new team ready to drive things forward

Futures tour life returns for the Derbyshire kids

Greg’s decade of progress and junior success at Leek GC

A catch up – with The Erdington STAGS

Alison’s new role with the WLCGA

VIVA! The SRGC centenary girls

Victoria Mallett – The long fairway of recovery

The Young Ambassadors – Ready for 2024

Druids Heath Golf Club 1974-2024

Just for fun – My 2024 golfing goals

Stewart’s Dudley GC revival wins them a top award

Club Focus – Meeting The Rose Hill GC Ladies Section

Thank god it’s (The) Friday (Club)

Golf Ambassadors – Bad Weather Golfing

Mauritius win seals 2023 Legends OOM for Peter Baker

EG Awards recognises 3 female finalists from 3 Hammers

Derby Days – Rolls-Royce (PTF) GS – 2023 season review

Estelle puts on a show to start her year

Old balls for new futures

Enville star Bolton crowned Faldo Series champion in UAE

The Baffy

Derbyshire Futures and Next Gen Tour 2023

The Young Ambassadors – Black History Month

Seventh (grand) heaven for Steph’s year of captaincy

A Centenary Tale – Leek GC 1923-2023

PIGS enjoy their ‘Coronation Tour’

European ladies triumph at Walsall’s Solheim Cup

Walmley and Rugby ladies have much to celebrate

Boldmere’s historic pro-am reaches 70 years

Market Rasen Golf Club

Dan enjoys a taste of the top table

Over £100K and counting – local golf clubs for BCH

Beeston Fields Golf Club, Nottingham – 1923-2023


Triple triumph in a week for the Derbyshire juniors

Kidderminster Golf Club

“I wouldn’t mind a game of golf” ………..

Westwood Golf Club Staffordshire, a centenary tale

Half a century of golfing for the Salopian GS

Wollaton Park – Nottingham’s course for all seasons

Spring ’23 hole in one tales

Lucky PIGS enjoy a winter break


Midlands Golf – A sustainable future

Carry on Cleo/Kington – Summer Days out with the SSGS

The MGALS and the Borders Challenge

Erdington STAGS – trip to Ireland 2022


Over 10,000 reasons to visit golfclubs4cash’s new Warrington store

Swinging it in 2022 – with the SSGS

Flying High – The Castle Vale GS


GGGS – back enjoying what they love best


The Sodfathers – MG’s Greenkeeping team

Golf’s back… but how will YOU attract new juniors?

West Midlands GC/Solihull GC

Amy Boulden

Amy Boulden renews clothing deal with Galvin Green for 2021

Josh Gresty

Josh crowned Men’s centenary club champion

Big Max Kleidersack mit Tasche

BIG MAX Reduces plastic waste with innovative golf bag packaging

Vale of Llangollen Golf Club

Local clubs come together to help golfers

Mike Beaumont

Barlaston GC – Members meet the Officials Day.

The Manor House Hotel Grounds and Gardens

Swing into Winter at The Manor House

GB Golf Breaks – The Players Club

Young Midlands golf star set for USA

Group photo

Lilleshall Hall Golf Club’s New Captains’ mixed trophy

Branston GCC

Branston £1million pound lockdown refurb project

Astbury 18th, rom behind the green

Successful Astbury Charity Event

Abbey (aerial shot)

WIN A 36 Hole Golf Break for two

Back To The Futures

A New start at Horsley Lodge golf club

World Handicap System – What you need to know

What could your club learn from Project Road Trip?

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Clyne’s – Wales Golf Club of the Year

Taskers Trophy supporting Junior Golf

Playoff success for young Morris in Raven Scratch Open

The Belfry to host SkyCaddie PGA Pro-Captain Challenge

Golf Foundation encouraging more young people to commit to golf

Centenary charity challenge raises £2.4k for Oswestry Hospital

WIN A NEW gents or ladies golfing outfit by Island Green

‘Outrageous’ Ryan shoots the round of his life.

Uttoxeter to the rescue

GOLF – Feeling good about itself again – Part II

The Nottinghamshire –Coping With Covid Part 2

Golf Breaks return as QHotels open all 7 resorts

Jim Furyk puts his name to Sportsmanship Award

Golf is open for kids

The Swingers are back…

From Golf Access to Golf Success

BIG MAX introduces lightest ever push trolley

The Midlands Favourite Short Holes

Galvin Green celebrates 30 years of Pioneer Golf Clothing


GOLF – Feeling good about itself again

SkyCaddie launches LX5 GPS Smart Watch in the UK

Kegan’s the man to re-launch Shires Tour

Technology kept me sane – Alistair Davies

WIN a £100 voucher to spend in the new Gaudet Luce shop

American Golf joins forces with Justin Rose

Stromberg tees up an environmental collaboration

Lockdown tales – the valuable greenkeepers of Moseley GC

Tony Jowle, Moseley GC legend

Community spirit : The Nottinghamshire

Celebration time at Bramcote Waters

Almarose extends Golfing Thank you to Key workers


9 Hole Gallops 1st Birthday Celebrations


G and TEE anyone?

Focus on your game with Zoom

Coventry golf pro is top of the form

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The Vale Resort, best golf hotel in Wales

BIG MAX Launches 2020 cart range

WIN a Stay at Tewkesbury Park

Mark Stancer

The Evolution of Golf, are we getting it?

The circus comes to Longcliffe GC

Oswestry Golf Club

Oswestry GC announce 2020 dates for their Opens.

Firefighters unite through golf down under

BIG MAX introduced New stand bags for 2020

Leics clubs looking forward to a bright future

MG’s Holes in One Top Ten 2019

South Staffs boys triumph in Spain

Stewart Golf launch HottMitt for winter golf

Potteries International Golf Society – 2019 finale

Golden Goose Golf take on Celtic cup

Niall Horan’s #1 spot set to go in One Direction

Ex Baggies star heads for a new goal

Compact new SX400 joins SkyCaddie’s ultra-fast GPS range

Rain did not stop play for a high-flying charity golf day

Peewee Tour 2019

A perfect golfing day out – at Ardencote

Success All Round at 2019 Taskers Trophy Inter-Club Golf Final

Martin Anderson wins The Rock at his first attempt

American Golf customers raise over £15,000

Great Brittain

Go-getter Gracie deserving of her Hero’s Handshake award

Charnwood are the champions

Double Success for Rose Hill GC leads to Historic Weekend

The National Golf Club Team Championships

golf course aerial shot

Whitefields GC set to launch Toptracer technology

The Trial Council

Junior Tour Ryder Cuppers put on a special show

Huge success for amazing Gracie’s charity day

BIG MAX celebrates 25th Anniversary

Sandelin wins the 2019 British Par 3 Championships

Leicestershire GC played host to The Logan Trophy

Archie receives second Hero’s Handshake Award

Anthony, 12, wins first Hero’s Handshake

PIGS wearing our new shirts kindly sponsored by AMB Glass & Malvern Windows Ltd

Pheasant Inn Golf Society (PIGS)

Callaway Epic Flash WINS Battle of the brands

BIG MAX Adds New innovations to award winning Aqua Bag Range

Aaron Lansberry

West Midlands golf coaches target top award

Branston Seniors Raise £1,500 for Midlands Air Ambulance

On Course Foundation is the ticket this Christmas

Coventry golf club juniors excell yet again

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What a year – SJG Tour

Churchill and Blakedown Golf Club

Gary raring to go in captaincy year


The end of an era

shires junior tour

SJG Tour – The Season Finale

Successful opening for Leicester Golf Centre

Ben 10 out of 10 for Ingestre junior growth

Isabelle cherishes dream round with Ryder Cup hero!

Derbyshire Futures tour 2018

Matchplay title heads to the Valleys

New PRO18 Direct Golf superstore swings into action

Gourmet Golf Classic serves up a treat once again

Golfer’s hit it true for local charity

25th Anniversary of Stratford Park GC

Thrilling climax to the Peewee tour

Tom Roberts

Tom Roberts claims his first victory in The Rock

Breadsall Priory lands top spot at Disability Open

Peter Baker

14 former stars go head-to-head

Tiley hangs on to clinch BP3 title

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.

Speaking of his first ever Farmfoods British Par 3 championship victory, he said: “It was great to play out there today, Andrew put in a fantastic performance to keep me on my toes. Also, my playing partner Craig Lawrie put in a great performance. It is always good to go into battle with people who are also playing well. I’d like to thank the event organisers Champions (UK) plc, a lot of things go on behind the scenes at tournaments to make them run smoothly and this event certainly runs smoothly. Also a big thank you to the event host, Tony Jacklin CBE, I’ve read his autobiography before and digged it out again last night for some inspiration. Also a big thank you to Rick and Sue Cressman, Nailcote Hall is a wonderful venue and it is always a wonderful place to play at.”

Italian golfing legend, Costantino Rocca, put in a great final round, and at one stage he looked like he was going to take the lead, before a bogey on the last saw him fall away with a score of -2, but he was pipped to the Super Senior title by Mark McNulty on -3.

Today also saw the event’s first hole-in-one take place courtesy of Staysure Tour star Gary Wolstenholme MBE. He also scored the lowest round of the week so far with a -6 on the day. The Norma C Herd Silver Salver which is awarded to the days best scoring amateur went to David Nelson who ended on +4 finishing  ahead of Monday’s junior qualifier Nick Matthews who ended on +10. There was also a team aspect of the day with Marshall and Sverdlow taking victory in this.

Tomorrow sees this year’s event come to its conclusion as the celebrities take to the course once more for the final Celeb-Am. The stars taking to the course tomorrow include BBC news and sport presenter, Dan Walker, Geordie Shore star Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle, Coronation Street legend William Roache MBE, former Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman and badminton star Gail Emms MBE.

A whole host of sponsors are supporting this year’s event. Once again, the event’s title sponsor is nationwide supermarket Farmfoods, with leading brand agency Champions (UK) plc returning as event organisers. Other event partners include Nailcote Hall, Volvik, The Eagle Tour, Sky Sports Golf, Liberty Industries Group, Total Motion, Inspirational Magazine, Finest Catch, Sub70 Golf, Champions Celebrity Talent Agency, VPAR, Thomas Lyte, Champions After Dinner Speakers and Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People.

Stay up to date with all the latest from Nailcote Hall with our social channels, you can find us @BritishPar3 or stay tuned to the website

For more information about this year’s Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, get in touch with Conor Davies at Champions (UK) plc on 08453 31 30 31 or email



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