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No Slow Play Here, addressing the issue of slow play head on, Speedgolf is a faster more athletic form of golf, which pitches Pace against Accuracy. The skill of the sport lies in balancing your running pace whilst managing your ability to quickly and accurately play...read more
All eyes are on Golf with one story dominating the headlines; Golf at the Rio Olympics. The sport is returning to the Olympic schedule for the first time in 112 years but is doing so with much controversy; without the World’s top players. The main reason for...read more
The New British Speedgolf season was welcomed in on a beautiful May evening in the Midlands at Drayton Park Golf Course who offered beginners to the sport a chance to play 9 holes at a much FASTER pace. British Speedgolf’s heritage is Sussex based, so it was great to...read more
Whilst many golfers are discovering the joys of Speedgolf, is the sport something runners can embrace too? On the global stage Speedgolf has attracted some very accomplished runners to the sport and none with a greater pedigree than Silver Medal Olympian Nick Willis....read more
What on earth is SPEEDGOLF? Probably what you are thinking right now and exactly what I said to myself back in August 2014. I saw a post online from British Speedgolf, I had no idea how or why I saw it but it caught my attention. I already spent most of my time on...read more
Speedgolf Contributor: Rob Hogan In a recent interview I revealed that my regular golf game had improved beyond all recognition over the last three years having taken up Speedgolf. Playing the PGA Irish region tour in 2011 I finished the year with a scoring average...read more
When it comes to Speedgolf, Rob Hogan knows a thing or two about being a champion. He took up the sport in 2012 when he read about some guys playing Speedgolf in the west coast of America. Rob was no stranger to golf starting at a young age playing with his Dad and...read more
Congratulations to our British Speedgolf Women’s Champion, Emma Morgan who has come 3rd in this, her first World Speedgolf Championship. She shot 96 in 108:27 giving her a Speedgolf Score of 164:27. Gretchen Johnson, from New York, USA the reigning ladies world...read more
Our two British Open Speedgolf Champions Rob Hogan and Emma Morgan will soon be heading out to Chicago for the World Speedgolf Championships on 19th & 20th October 2015. This International event is the pinnacle of the global Speedgolf calendar and sees champions from...read more