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Professional-Amateur Championship

Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am

The Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship Pro-Am is a highly competitive, stroke play, 36 hole event which is played over two days. The competitors are battling it out for their share of the €150,000 prize fund. Professional players will be competing for the coveted championship title, in addition to the team prize for winning the Pro-Am Partnership.

Wednesday 9th & Thursday 10th August 2017

The Pro-Am format is similar to that of the renowned and highly successful Dunhill Links competition which forms part of the European Tour schedule each year. Each professional golfer will team up with an amateur over the two days of the competition and the better ball score for each team will count towards a fantastic Pro-Am Team prize.

Participating in the Pro-Am is a once in a lifetime experience, during which amateur golfers can experience the highs and lows of participating in a professional golf event.

VIP Players' Banquet - Wednesday 9th August

After the first day's 18 holes are played, the players and their guest are invited to the magnificent VIP Players' Banquet to conclude the day in style. The evening will include a delicious gourmet dinner, numerous celebrity hosts and live entertainment - allowing the players to let their hair down and prepare themselves for day two of play!

Prize Giving Ceremony - Thursday 10th August

Following completion of the final 18 holes of the Pro-Am event, Tony Jacklin CBE will host the prize giving ceremony, where the Farmfoods British Par 3 Champion will be announced. Professional golfers, celebrities, amateurs and their guests will all be invited to attend this wonderful concluding event of the Pro-Am.

Wednesday 9th August

Gates open 08.00am

First tee time: 07.30 am (Tee times available on the site from Monday pm)

Gates close: when play concludes.

Thursday 10th August

Gates open 08.00am

First tee time: 07.30 am (Tee times determined by previous day's score, with leaders teeing off last.)

Gates close: when play concludes.