2019 SpeedGolf World Tour
A list of the 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.
Josh Longney/Liz McKinnon
French Speedgolf Championships
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.
Mikko Rantanen/Milla Hallanoro
Finnish Speedgolf Championship
JULY 17-18 | PICKALA GOLF CLUB PARK
Just 40 km west of Helsinki, Pickala GC offers 3 beautiful courses, a par 3 course and world-class practice facilities. 36 hole Men's division, 18 hole Women's and Senior Divisions. Limited field, sign up today!
Jamie Reid (M)
Milla Hallanoro (W)
Jari Koivusalo (S)
British Speedgolf Open Championships
JULY 28 | FOXHILLS, SURREY | LONGROSSS COURSE
The British Open Speedgolf Championships will be played on the prestigious Longross Championship Course, widely considered the best tree lined course in the county and ranked one of the top 100 golf courses in England.
Jamie Reid (M)
Kathy Leppard (W)
Chris Fenn (S)
United States Speedgolf Championships
SEPTEMBER 29-30 | HOUSTON, TX | BLACKHORSE GC - SOUTH
The 3rd annual event returned to Houston at Blackhorse Golf Club -South. Blistering late summer temps couldn't slow down participants in the. 9, 18, and 36 hole Amateur flights and 36 hole Championship flight. It was another photo finish, as Hawkins narrowly earn the national championship by just 15 seconds!
2019 Champions: Jason Hawkins | Brian Noble(a) | Courtney White
Swiss Speedgolf Open
OCT 5-6 | GSTAAD | GOLFCLUB GSTAAD
The 1st Swiss Speedgolf Open was held at 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!
2019 Champions: Ronnie Zimmerman | Jürg Randegger(a) | Vanessa Hánni
Japan Speedgolf Open
DECEMBER 13 | GOTEMBA | REMBRANDT GC
5-time champion Joe Matsui defends his title in 2019! Rembrandt Golf Club in Gotemba plays host to this year's championship, with breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji as the backdrop.
2018 World Tour Results