With less than a week till a host of professional golfing legends congregate at Nailcote Hall for a festival of golf at this year’s Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, the latest betting odds have been released by partners Sky Bet.
Leading the way are European Tour winner Matt Wallace, 1999 Open champion Paul Lawrie OBE and 2014 British Par 3 winner Eddie Pepperell, all priced at 12/1. Then comes Scottish Open runner-up Callum Shinkwin at 14/1, followed by European Senior Tour star Paul Broadhurst at 18/1.
Last year’s record-breaking winner Mark Mouland is 25/1 to win the tournament for an unbeatable third time, while home favourite Peter Baker, is priced at 28/1. Women’s legend of the game, Dame Laura Davies, is available at odds of 125/1 to take the crown on her BP3 debut, while tournament host Tony Jacklin CBE will surely be worth a pop at odds of 1000/1.
The Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship Pro-Am takes place on Wednesday 9 & Thursday 10 August, with the winner to be decided by the end of play on the 10 August.
To get your tickets, visit: http://britishpar3.com/booking/event-ticket/2017