The biggest tournament of the weekend will be the Slovenian FootGolf Open in Ptuj for 250 points. There will be FIFG 100 competitions in the UK, Japan, Belgium and Australia, while a few FIFG 50 in the world this weekend.
Béla Lengyel, the first world champion won the fourth round of the Hungarian Championship in Zirc with a new course record. The -15 result earned him 100 points on the World Tour.
After winning the French Open, Ben Clarke was victorious on another FIFG 500 event, now in Switzerland. The British world number one won The Classic after penalties.
The sixth edition of the Swiss international competition, The Classic was held in the Alps again with two 18 hole-round and a final on 9 holes. The French Damien Dyrdol was the leader after Saturday, but Ben Clarke came again and was first after 36 holes. Samuele Bogi caught him at the end with a hole in one creating a chance to win it during the playoff. But the penalty shootout was won by the British showing, his form is the same from week to week. Tomas Kikus (SVK) reached the podium.
FootGolf society focuses on Europe this weekend with the Classic organized in the Alps for 500 points and the actual Hungarian championship stage for 100 points in the World Tour ranking.
The Swiss open called The Classic is be back to where it all began in 2014. This is the sixth edition of the international tournament takes place on the highest course in the world with an outstanding view of the Alps with CHF 10.000 cash prize.
Friday 21th June
10:00am – 07:00pm : Pair Event
10:00am – 07:00pm : Practice
(Warning : It is forbidden to do the practice before the pair event)
07:30pm : Flight draw and opening ceremony
Saturday 22th June
09:00am – 07:30pm : Holes 1-18
Sunday 23th June
08:00am – 06:30pm : Holes 19-36
Grand Final: 9 holes for the top 20 (depending of the amount of the players)
07:30pm : Awarding Ceremony
Ben Clarke (UK) won the FIFG 500 tournament in France last weekend remaining the world number one. World champion Sophie Brown (UK) won the ladies, while Christophe Frejus (FRA) the senior category.
AMFG Madrid FootGolf was celebrating a special tournament in June, receiving at their FootGolf Tecnification Centre in Madrid a group of guests with mental disabilities. This activity was part of the portfolio of initiatives that AMFG puts in place to make FootGolf available to all sort of individuals.
In this occasion, Círvite was the association invited to try this new sport, and it could not have been a better experience. The result was not important in an event where the smiles of these people touched all of the volunteers at the event - even the Spanish TV attended to cover such a constructive human experience.
In words of one of the participants with disabilities: "FootGolf is so much fun, I want to practice it again!".
The tournament in Italy this weekend will be in Golf Club Toscana for 100 World Tour points and with more than €2000 prize pool.
Two tournaments were held in China last weekend sharing 350 World Tour points in Beijing.
The first FIFG 250 tournament in China this year was the Beijing FootGolf Open. Wang Lin, Li Juan and Zhang Wei were the winners of the Absolute, Women and Senior category in the fourth edition of the open on Saturday.
On Sunday, there was a FIFG 100 tournament in Beijing also. The Beijing Championship 2019 was held in Jin Hai Lake FootGolf Course, which is a new one for FootGolf won by Jiang Wei (absolute), Dong Ding (women) and Sung Zhong (senior).
Ben Clarke won the FIFG 500 tournament in the Netherlands with the overall -18 result. The British was followed by Matias Perrone and Wesley van den Broek tied with -15. The playoff was won by the world champion.