Speedgolf is the faster, more athletic version of golf, where you can play a full 18 holes in under 80 minutes, or 9 holes in under 40 minutes by jogging between shots. The challenge is balancing your running pace with your ability to quickly and accurately play your shots to get the lowest score possible. You don’t have to RUN!

The aim is to achieve the lowest possible sum of shots combined with the time taken to play your round. This combined total gives you a Speedgolf Score. Shooting a round of 90 in a time of 70 minutes and 21 seconds would give you a Speedgolf score of 160:21.

Speedgolf is new in the UK, but territories across the globe are emerging as interest in the sport gains momentum. British Speedgolf, along with other international Speedgolf communities, operates the same principal rules  making it a fast but fun sport.

The Inaugural  British Speedgolf Championships were held at Boars Head Golf Centre in 2014. The 2015 & 2016 Championships were hosted at Dale Hill Hotel & Golf Club where , Rob Hogan, former World Speedgolf Champion, took the British Title.  In 2016 he shot 82  in a blistering time of 36 minutes and 59seconds giving him a speedgolf score of 118:59 . The competition was intense with Chris Benians just 1 point adrift with a score of 119:17 and George Boxall at 120:03. In 2017 the British Open Speedgolf Championship moved to Piltdown Golf Club  More information on the 2017 event can be found here

The last  World Speedgolf Championship was in 2016 at the Glen Club, near Chicago where US player and triathlete Jamie Young took the title. Rob Hogan held World Number 1 ranking until recently, when nearly crowned US Speedgolf Open Champion Mack McClain took the top spot. British Speedgolf currently has two players in the World Ranked Top 10 Speedgolfers; one amateur golfer George Boxall and one PGA Pro Chris Benians

Speedgolf is not all about Championships and records, it is about having FUN and this is core to our ethos. Whether you just want a faster, more athletic round, want to get fit or compete at the highest level #GetInspired #Fitingolf

5 Reasons to play Speedgolf:



  1. Love golf but can’t find the time to play with work and family commitments
  2. Enjoy running but want an added dimension or challenge
  3. Have fun, whilst also improving my health and fitness
  4. Want to try a new outdoor sport in beautiful landscaped surroundings
  5. Be part of something new and exciting in UK Sport

British Speedgolf - It’s About Time

Time for the sport you love, yet time for your family and work commitments

The standard and delivery of the competition was so professional and created a great atmosphere. On the journey home me and my dad couldn’t stop talking about it, he absolutely loved spectatorship and running from fairway to fairway to support me and the other golfers. Good luck with your quest to boost speedgolf as a British sport; I have no doubts that you will be successful.

Steve Jeffs - Speedgolfer - British Open Speedgolf competitor