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Although kicked two out of bounds, visited the forest and the water hazards on the first day, Espen Enevold
reached the podium with a great spurt in the ninth stage of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour in the Czech Republic.
The Golf Klub Botanika's beautiful course was the home of the 9th stage of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour. The Slovakian Martin Simoncic was the leader after the first day, and he could not be caught by the others on Sunday. He won the tournament, while his fellow-countrymen won the team competition as well.
is unbeaten in Norway since 2015 in all EFT stages. He has defended his title twice. Last weekend he was the only player, who scored under par. His war-mode helped him to gold.
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.
Before the start of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour, we asked stage-winners to look back at the “old days”. How do they remember their glorious moments? Espen Enevold
is the only one, who defended his stage-winning title, in addition he did it on his home soil.
Was it easier for you to play in homeland?
I did not have the chance to play on the Lommedalen course on Friday unfortunately but I played it back in March. A lot of the tees had been moved so it was quite challenging to play on a "new" course. I have not played on the Toppgolf course since Norwegian Open in 2015.
Was it harder or easier not ...
The first man who has defended his title on a Tour stage, is Norway's Espen Enevold
. He won the Norwegian open last year and on Sunday he helped onto his crown.
“I remember the beautiful courses and the smooth organization of the tournament.” – he looked back.
“There were very difficult conditions due to heavy rain on day one, but thanks to the true footgolf spirit, everybody had a blast. Winning a tournament was a fantastic feeling, and even better, when so many international players showed up.”
The European FootGolf Trophy Tour (EFTT) had two stages organized last weekend, one in France and one in Norway. In Oslo, six Norwegians finished in the top ten, and Espen Enevold
won the tournament.