• 2019 SpeedGolf World Tour

    A list of the major National Speedgolf Championships in 2019.

    Parkland New Zealand Speedgolf Open

    FEBRUARY 2-3 | AUCKLAND | WHITFORD PARK GOLF CLUB

    Whitford Park Golf Club has couch fairways which are superb to run on and has gentle undulations to make the run an interesting challenge. From the clubhouse spectators will be able to view half of the holes and monitor competitor progress, whilst the 18th hole finishes in an amphitheatre setting.

     

    2018 Defending Champions:

    Jamie Reid/Susan Farron

    French Speedgolf Championship

    MAY 25-26 | CHAMONIX-MONT BLANC | GOLF DE CHAMONIX

    Located in the heart of the Alps, Golf de Chamonix offers unforgettable views of the surrounding massifs and mont blanc
    This flat course, with beautiful and wavy greens, is punctuated with magnificent bunkers, skillfully placed water barriers and is widely worth discovering by the general public.

     

    Finnish Speedgolf Championship

    MID-JULY | VENUE TBD

    You're invited to play in the 3nd Finnish National Speedgolf Championship!

     

    2018 Champion:

    Henrik Honkalehto

    British Speedgolf Open Championships

    DATE TBD | VENUE TBD

    A highlight on the Speedgolf World Tour, this championship has attracted international talent and produced incredible champions since 2015.

     

    2018 Champions:

    Chris Benians

    Liz McKinnon

     

    United States Speedgolf Championships

    SEPTEMBER 29-30 | HOUSTON, TX | BLACKHORSE GC - SOUTH

    The 3rd annual event returns to Houston! A sister property to 2017 host venue Golf Club of Houston, Blackhorse Golf Club boasts 36 holes of championship golf. The South course is as challenging as it is beautiful, winding through an old expansive sand quarry transformed into a colorful array of wetlands and gently rolling fairways. 9, 18, and 36 hole Amateur flights. 36 hole Championship flight. Limited Field. Pre-register today!

     

    2018 Defending Champions: Wes Cupp | Lauren Cupp

    Japan Speedgolf Open

    DATE TBD | VENUE TBD

    5-time champion Joe Matsui defends his title in 2019!

     

    2018 World Tour Results