13 Results for tag: Portugal
The Grand Final of the first edition of the European Footgolf Grand Slam was held in Castro Marim Golf & Country Club near Faro, Portugal
. After three days, the Argentin Nicolas Garcia was the happiest man among the competitors winning the tournament and the Grand Slam also. Robert Tajtyi won the senior, while Susanne Berg the ladies category. The ...
PORTUGAL OPEN - GRAND FINAL
FIFG 250/EFT GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT
The Grand Final of the 2018 European FootGolf Grand Slam will take place between the 18th and 21st of October in Castro Marim Golf & Country Club, Algarve, Portugal
. Before the last tournament, Michael Wilkes is the leader of the EFT.
The Grand Final takes place this week at Castro Marim Golf & Country Resort, located in the Algarve, one of ...
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.
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.
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? The first Irish player winning an EFT event was Kevin Heelan, who finished first in Portugal
last year, which was just the beginning of a successful period.
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? Béla Lengyel, the first world champion won the last leg of the Tour in Portugal
in 2014. His victory meant, he finished third in overall European Championship three years ago.
Marco Trentin finished third in Portugal
, in the 15th stage of the European Footgolf Tour last weekend. He was tied with Tom Spink (UK) in second place, but the Britain won the playoff against Marco. That was his last appearance for this year in the Tour.
How do you look back on the weekend?
On Sunday I have played very well and I think that finishing the ...
Tom Spink made only two appearances during the 2016 European Footgolf Tour, but ended with a second place. The British playoff expert is now focusing on next season after admitting the 15th stage of the Tour was his last footgolf competition this year.
Kevin Heelan wrote his name in the book of Irish Footgolf history after finishing first in Portugal
last weekend. The winner of the 15th stage of the 2016 European Footgolf Tour believes his nation has the talent to be crowned more often in the future.