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Speedgolf

Speedgolf

Speedgolf is a fun, fast, and fitness based alternative to traditional golf that involves playing a round of golf in the shortest time and in the lowest possible number of shots.

The sport began in the 1970's in California and was founded by Speed Golf International. The sport is now played in North America, Europe, Japan and Australia and includes the Speedgolf World Championship.

The current world record was established in 2005 when Christopher Smith shot a five under par 65 in 44 minutes and 6 seconds for a score of 109:06. 

Speedgolf Australia was established in 2013 to grow the game of speed golf in Australia which includes conducting a national championship and also running a number of leagues.

For more information on Speedgolf Australia visit: www.speedgolfaustralia.com.au

 

 

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