16 Results for tag: Norway
Espen Enevold 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.
Ben Clarke finished second on the latest stage of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour. He visited Norway
for the first time, and came to realise, on the brand new footgolf course at Krokhol Golf Club, that it was not so easy to play par.
The United Kingdom won the team competition of the fourth stage of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour. Jamie Cullum finished third behind Espen Enevold and Ben Clarke, which is his first podium in the history of the Tour.
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.
The fourth stage of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour will be in Norway
this weekend. A new course is waiting for some of the best players in the world.
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.
Sharif Khatib was the hero in the World Cup, his final kick meant the United States was the first team world champion. Khatib, Jordan Godfrey and Arturo Barragan travelled across the ocean to compete on the biggest series of the world. All of them debuted strongly finishing in the top 10 and looking to carry this form into the Capital Cup and French ...
You are in the form of your life. What is the secret?
I am feeling confident at the moment and thinking more rather than just going out and playing, and this has led to me having a brilliant month with 2 wins and 3 other podiums in UK and European competitions.
What was your weekend like?
I arrived in Norway
late Friday night, so couldn't ...
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 ...