Sky Sports pundit Alan McInally took his second Celeb-Am title in the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship with a score of +5, while the leading team was Tiger Foods who finished on -8. He was run close by former Manchester United footballer Clayton Blackmore.
The leading professional was Mark Murphy, who played on the Tiger Foods team and scored an impressive -4 with three birdies on the back nine despite the challenging weather conditions out on the Cromwell Course.
Some of the stars out on course included F1 legends Damon Hill OBE and Johnny Herbert, Boyzone's Keith Duffy, BBC Sport's Dan Walker, Coronation Street icon William Roache MBE, most-capped England footballer Peter Shilton OBE and comedian Jasper Carrott OBE.
Record crowds flocked to a sun-soaked Nailcote Hall for the beginning of the Pro-Am Championship on Wednesday, which was won by Barry Lane the following day, while 13-year-old Jack Drury scooped the Norma C Herd Silver Salver for leading amateur.
The Championship will conclude with a glittering Grand Finale ball which will be hosted by comedian Dominic Holland featuring entertainment from Urban Intro.
The Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship will be back next year on the earlier dates of 26-29 July 2015.
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