FIFG World Tour 2018

Many member countries still working on their national tours, the Board of Directors have requested them an advance of the dates of their Majors and FIFG-500's. All dates must be confirmed by January 31st. Including the FIFG-250's. The full calendar will be published on 15th February. In the meantime, if you have questi... More

Everything about the WC

The FIFG launched an internal page for the 2018 World Cup. It's content and information may vary until November 30th, 2018. The page is here: The page may be updated periodically. If you are a Player affiliated to an FIFG Member Country and have questions, please contact your ... More

Back to Marrakesh!

The French Association of FootGolf (AFFG) and the Moroccan FootGolf Association (AFGM) won the bid to organize and host the 3rd edition of the FIFG World Cup. FootGolf's most prestigious competition will take place in Marrakech on the Al Maaden Golf Resort, from 9-16 of December 2018. Do you remember, when Jim Kuipers was ... More

The one to watch out

Jason Parkinson has only appeared on three EFT events, but was so close to the absolute podium, finishing fourth at the end of the season. He finished 5th in Ireland and won the Italian Open and the Grand Final. More

Gubani, Parkinson and van den Broek

Juraj Gubani never dreamed about the silver

The EFT season has ended in Portugal last weekend. Juraj Gubani (SVK) was so close to catch Jason Parkinson, winner of the Grand Final. As he said, he had the chance twice to beat him on Sunday, but the British could not be catched. The Slovak footgolfer finished seventh in the absolute category. More

Jim Kuipers’ mom helped Wesley to reach the podium

Wesley van den Broek has been playing footgolf since the end of 2016, and now, he is one of the medalists of the Grand Final organized last weekend in Portugal. He wants to play more EFT events next year to reach a higher position. More

Ben Clarke, winner of the 2017 EFT

Parkinson show in Portugal, Ben Clarke is the European champion

Jason Parkinson won the Grand Final of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour in Portugal with an amazing -39 score. He was leading from the first minute and collected the 300 points. Only Juraj Gubani had the chance to catch him, finally finished second  three kicks behind Parkinson. The winner of the season is Ben Clarke! More

Wilkes does not feel the pressure

On his six appearances during the 2017 European Footgolf Tour, Michael Wilkes finished first twice and was in the top 10 three times, which means, he is the leader before the last stage. He is trying to get the feeling of the Grand Final to be the European champion. More

Can Lionel be the best again?

Lionel Jacot was the winner of the 2015 European Footgolf Tour. He had to miss a lot of tournaments due to his injury. After a long recovery, he won the Swiss Championships this year and won the Traditional Footgolf Cup, the latest stage of the 2017 EFT. He is coming to Portugal being sixth on the EFT ranking list. More

The target is so close

Ben Clarke can be the number one in Europe and in the world also being in a promising position on the world ranking list (1st) and at the 2017 European Footgolf Tour (4th) so close to the end of the season. After winning the Major in Japan, he is coming to Portugal in good form. More