Enevold is the king of Scandinavia
If we say, Tomas Bartko is the king of Central Europe, it is unquestionable, that Espen Enevold is the king of Scandinavia. Now he is the first man in the history of EFT, who has defended his title twice. He won the Norwegian Open in 2015, 2016 and 2017 also.
A new course debuted in the history of the Norwegian stage of the European Footgolf Tour (EFT). The Krokhol Golf Club welcomed more than seventy players from all around the world for the fourth stage of the Tour.
Espen Enevold (NOR) was the leader after a hard first day, where no one could perform under par. On the second day, there were better scores after the 18 holes, but Enevold managed to hold the leading position after the results of the two days, finishing first with -2 in overall beating Ben Clarke (+2) and Jamie Cullum (+3, both UK), who finished second and third respectively.
The team competition won by Team UK, while Norway finished second and Ireland reached the podium.
After four stages, Cathal Jenkinson (IRE) is the new leader of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour.
The Tour continues on the 1st July in Slovenia.