• 2021 Speedgolf World Tour

    National Speedgolf Championships in 2021.

     

    updated 8/4/2021

    E-Z-GO New Zealand Speedgolf Open

    APRIL 25-26 | 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.

     

    2021 Champions:

    Jamie Reid(M)

    Liz McKinnon(W)

    2019 French Speedgolf Open

    French Speedgolf Championships

    MAY 22-23 | 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.

     

    2019 Champions:

    Mikko Rantanen (M)

    Milla Hallanoro (W)

    Gary Sobczak (A)

     

    2019 Finnish Speedgolf Championships

    Finnish Speedgolf Championship

    JULY 15-16 | PITÄJÄNMÄKI | HELSINKI GOLF CLUB

    Helsinki Golf Club, Finlands oldest golf club, has held many national Amateur and professional events over the years. In 2021 they will host Finland's national Speedgolf championship. The course is characterized by small and slippery greens and short transitions between holes. Helsinki Golf Club. 36 hole Men's division, 18 hole Women's and Senior Divisions. Registration coming soon!

     

    2020 Champions:

    Mikko Rantanen (M)

    Milla Hallanoro (W)

    Timo Eskeli (S)

    Swedish Speedgolf Championship

    AUGUST 22 | TÄBY | TÄBY GOLFKLUBB

    The annual national championship returns to the hilly and demanding Täby Golfklubb.

     

    Registration opens May 19th.

     

    2020 Champions:

    Mikael Palmberg(M)

    Runa Pettersson(W)

    United States Speedgolf Championships

    SEPTEMBER 5-6| SPRINGFIELD, MO | HORTON SMITH GOLF CLUB

    Missouri joins Texas, New York, and Wisconsin as the fourth state in 5 years to host the national championship. In 2021, Speedgolf Missouri will welcome the country's best and most passionate amateur and professional Speedgolfers.

     

    Offering 18 and 36 hole Amateur flights and 36 hole Championship flights. $5,000+ in cash and prizes.

     

    Plus the conclusion of the V1 Sports Sprint to Springfield series points race, including a $5,000 bonus pool.

     

    Registration opens July 1st.

     

    2020 Champions:

    Scott Dawley

    Courtney White

    Adam Mannetter(a)

    British Speedgolf Open Championships

    SEPTEMBER 19-20 | OXFORDSHIRE | THE SPRINGS GC

    In 2021, the tournament moves from 18 holes to 36 holes over 2 days at The Springs GC in Oxfordshire.

     

    Laid over 133 acres of beautiful parkland that runs alongside the River Thames, the Par 72 course offers a variety of terrain and presents all levels of golfers with a real challenge.

     

    After a prolonged hiatus from the game, this year's national championship is sure to be well attended.

     

    2019 Champions:

    Jamie Reid (M)

    Kathy Leppard (W)

    Chris Fenn (S)

     

    Swiss Speedgolf Open

    OCTOBER TBD | GSTAAD | GOLFCLUB GSTAAD

    The Swiss Speedgolf Open hopes to return to Golfclub Gstaad, in the stunning Bernese Alps beyond Montreux and Lac Lémon. A challenging but short hillside layout, local Ronnie Zimmerman raced to become the inaugural Swiss National Champion in 2019!

     

    2019 Champions:

    Ronnie Zimmerman(O)

    Jürg Randegger(A)

    Vanessa Hánni(W)