ISGA Speedgolf World Records
Pinnacle performances in the sport of Speedgolf.
Scott Dawley - 65 in 42:15 = 107:15
United States Speedgolf Open | Rd 1
September 5th, 2021 | Springfield, MO
Horton Smith Golf Course
Liz McKinnon - 72 in 49:25 = 121:25
NZ Age Group Championships
September 20th, 2020 | Taupo, NZ
Tauhara Golf Course
2022 Official Rules of Speedgolf
Local Rules may be established
Minimum Course Standards
18-hole Course Par
4.0 mi. / 6.4 km.
Total Course Distance
6,000 yds. / 5,486 m.
Men's Tee Length
5,600 yds / 5,120 m.
Senior Tee Length
5,100 yds / 4,663 m.
Women's Tee Length
What is special about an Official Speedgolf World Record?
Official Speedgolf World Record certification by the International Speedgolf Alliance (ISGA) signifies the highest distinction within our global sporting community.
Though similar in some respects, ISGA rules, standards, and procedures for certification are separate and distinct from that of, and not associated in any way with Guinness World Records. Unofficial world record performances that occur outside of sanctioned play or fail to meet current standards for certification will not be considered by the ISGA.
Are ISGA Official Speedgolf World Records recognized by Guinness World Records?
A Speedgolf World Record is not the same thing as a Guinness World Record, and it's important to understand those two titles cannot be used interchangeably.
Appropriate titles here include:
-Speedgolf World Record
-Speedgolf World Record Holder
and refer specifically to the Speedgolf performance/competitor with the lowest Speedgolf Score in official competition.
Additional sub-distinctions may from time to time be approved and recognized by the ISGA in a similar manner:
-Speedgolf World Record for "sub-distinction" (i.e. - low 36 hole total)
-Speedgolf World Record Holder for "sub-distinction" (i.e - fastest round time)