Nailcote Hall Hotel, the host venue of the annual Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, has unveiled its new ‘Champions Pavilion’ clubhouse.
The new facility is part of a combined development, with Nailcote Hall also extending its current hotel offering by a further ten luxury bedrooms which are now open for business.
Two-time major winner Tony Jacklin was on-hand to officially open the new facility, which includes ladies’ and men’s changing rooms, a pro shop, dining for up to 60 people, and a balcony with spectacular views of the Cromwell Course and its renamed tenth hole. Meanwhile, the ‘Charley’s Bar’ has also been unveiled, taking its name from Solheim Cup star Charley Hull. Her parents, Dave and Bassa Hull, were on-hand to help with the proceedings.
Nailcote Hall’s owner, Rick Cressman, commented: “It’s been a long time coming, but, after over 20 years in the making, the golf facilities here at the Hall will give everyone who plays here an experience to enjoy from start to finish.”
Jacklin added: “As host of the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, I’m extremely pleased to see this new clubhouse. It’s long overdue and goes a long way towards us making the championship bigger and better.”