The menu for the weekend: start in Hungary, the third FootGolf cup round in Marseille, two tournaments in Spain and one in Japan.
Check the tournaments HERE.
Guy Pernet is the new president of the Swiss federation. The ex-president, Julien Babel was the leader of the federation for ten years.
Belgium had their first competition of the year. The Dutch Jaap Bak won the FIFG 100 tournament in Golf-Residentie Brunssummerheide.
In perfect weather conditions on a brand new course design, the Belgian FootGolf Association has organised their first tournament of the year, the Challenge Cup, with players coming from the Netherlands as well. For the first time, they had a team competition including four clubs.
After playing the 18 holes, Jaap Bak from the Netherlands won with a score of -5, while Michel Keuleers came in second (-3). Jeroen Coppens (-1) reached the podium after winning the playoff against three rivals. Tibo Gorndelaers won the junior category and the best team was the Oudsbergen on Saturday.
The next tournament (FIFG 50) in Belgium is the Limburgcup on April 6th.
Check the tournaments held this weekend on fgranks.com. There will be Swiss winter rounds and tournament in Madrid, while the national championships are going to start in Italy and Luxembourg.
The first world champion, Béla Lengyel was the first, who has registered for one of the oldest tournament of the world, the Traditional FootGolf Cup.
Registration for the FIFG 500 tournament HERE.
Slovakia is ready to welcome the footgolfers for the FIFG 500 tournament in May.
Only a few places left for the FIFG 500 tournament in Ireland!
The first tournament in France has started today. The FIFG 50 tournament is held in Toulouse.
Check the scores here:
Here are the tournaments held this weekend.
There are FIFG tournaments in Spain, Hungary and Brazil also.
Check them HERE.
Ben Clarke grabbed his third win in five years in Turkey last weekend, playing -11 on the final day of the first FIFG 250 tournament this year.
On a beautiful course in Antalya/Belek, Belgian player, Joeri Joelling was leading after the first day with a great round of 64 with one stroke in front of the Slovakian top player, Tomas Bartko. Turkish local player, Mohamed Bicer, finished third after Day 1.
On the final day, Ben Clarke played an excellent round of -11 and won the Turkish Open with one shot in front of Tomas Bartko. The podium completed by Matthew Morgan with a total score of -10.