19 Results for tag: Switzerland

Grand Slam – Switzerland

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Swiss Open

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A real Classic in the Alps

The 2018 Swiss Footgolf Trophy will be in Golfparc Signal de Bougy this weekend. The FIFG 500-tournament is part of the European Footgolf Grand Slam. Ten of the top 20 in the world ranking is going to compete in Switzerland. More

Clarke summons his 2015’s form

Ben Clarke is the third in the 2017 European Footgolf Tour’s overall ranking. He is happy, how he is playing, which gave him a silver in Germany and a gold in Switzerland last week. He is preparing for the Grand Final. More

The football coach wins Silver in the Alps

Fred Crevon finished second in the Swiss Open last weekend. The Frenchman is thankful for Vincent Huber’s family and the whole French team who helped him during the best performance of his footgolf career. More

Wetzel: More and more Dutch are on the way

After winning the first stage of the 2017 European Footgolf Tour in Spain, Simon Wetzel had a good tournament in Italy, where he finished seventh, and last weekend he finished third in Switzerland. It means, he is sixth in the overall competition, with only three stages left of the season. More

Clarke becomes King of the Alps

The Brit Ben Clarke collected two EFT medals within a week after finishing second in Germany on Wednesday (losing only in the playoff) and finishing victorious in Switzerland on Sunday. Fred Crevon from France was second while Simon Wetzel came third. More

Who will conquer the Alps?

No time to rest, the 2017 European Footgolf Tour’s 8th stage is going to be in Switzerland this weekend. With amazing views over Lake Geneva and the Alps, Golf of Signal de Bougy is waiting for the best players in the world to fight for the 250 EFT and 500 FIFG World Tour points event. More

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Mancino: The real winner of the EFT is the EFT itself

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? David Mancino won two stages in 2014, and finished first at the end of the first season of the Tour. More