European Tour star Tommy Fleetwood, who won the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship in 2013, will return to Nailcote Hall and will aim to make history by becoming the first player to win the title more than once.
Fleetwood won the 2013 Championship in thrilling style with a score of four-under-par to finish one shot ahead of European Senior Tour star Paul Broadhurst. His victory provided a springboard for his professional career and that same month, he won his maiden European Tour title at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.
In 2014 and 2015 he played some of the most consistent golf on the European Tour and established himself as one of the sport’s most exciting young English players. Fleetwood had a distinguished amateur career before turning professional in 2010, claiming his first win the following year at the Kazakhstan Open which secured his place on the European Tour where he has played ever since.
Fleetwood is one of a number of former British Par 3 Champions returning to play at Nailcote Hall – a list that also includes Barry Lane, Peter Baker, DJ Russell, Richard O’Hanlon, Mark Mouland, Andrew Sherborne, Carl Mason and Robert Rock.