Australian Open at Canberra International - Jack Kalis wins as Sandra claims ladies
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02/12/2019

Catalan Open

Full details are announced


19/11/2019

Dutch Open 2020

Poster released


17/11/2019

Australian Open 2019

Wins for Jack Kalis and Sandra Hutchison


13/11/2019

2020 Calendar

Next year's international fixtures


11/11/2019

Chile Open 2019

Has been cancelled


27/10/2019

Catalan International Pairs 2019

Three stroke victory for Oriol Mas and Eric Puig


23/10/2019

Slovenia Pitch and Putt Association (PPZS)

Full membership status of EPPA and FIPPA confirmed


15/09/2019

VIII Andorra Open

Barry Coomber (Catalonia) is a four stroke winner


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Course of the Month

Can Cuyas
  Catalonia

December 2019
International Calendar 2019

Below you will find the list of events on the global Pitch and Putt calendar for this year :

  • March 15/17   Japanese Open, Otake course, Fukuoka
  • March 30/31   Brazil Open, Pitch and Putt Sitio São Luiz
  • April 26/28   Catalan Open, Portal de Roc
  • May 11/12   Norwegian Open, Bryne Kro & Hotell
  • June 1/2   Andorra International Pairs, Ordino & Xixerella
  • June 7/9   Brittany Open, Quiberon
  • July 27/28   Five Nations International, Urduna
  • August 16/18   European Strokeplay Championship, Dagenham
  • August 23/25   Dutch Open, Oirschot
  • September 7/8   III Slovenia Open, Stanežiče
  • September 14/15   Andorra Open, Ordino
  • October 26/27   Catalan International Pairs, Sant Cebria
  • November 16/17   Australian Open, Canberra International

Guayaquil Open at

Samborondon
  Ecuador

Catalan Open at

Lloret, Lloret de Mar
  Catalonia

“The sharing with people from Argentina and Ecuador made for a more than pleasant environment. It is one of the the most important aspects of this championship - the opportunity to generate alliances that will allow us to evolve the sport in South America to a level that equals us to the world powers.”
Cristobal Andrade, Chile.

Recent Major Events

European Strokeplay 2019
European Team Championship 2018
World Strokeplay 2017
World Cup 2016

Results 2019

  • Japanese Open wins for Shinobu Kobayashi and Ami Kumazawa
  • Gustavo Cortez and Susana Wozniak take inaugural titles
  • Amador Rodriguez victorious as Gloria Ruiz retains ladies
  • Bernt Kristian Nerland reigns supreme in Norway
  • Gonzalo Mendoza and Pau Perez triumph on home soil
  • Yann Le Tallec is inaugural champion as Herma takes ladies
  • Catalonia beat France in final
  • Euro titles for John Cahill, Esther de Schiffart and Anto Kavanagh
  • Wins for Marcel and Esther and Amador
  • Yann Le Tallec wins in Slovenia as Herma takes ladies
  • Barry Coomber is champion as Angels Navas claims ladies
  • Eric Puig & Oriol Mas victorious
  • Champions Jack Kalis and Sandra Hutchsion survive play-offs

Featured News

17/11/2019

Australian Open 2019

Wins for Jack Kalis and Sandra Hutchison

27/10/2019

Catalan International Pairs 2019

Three stroke victory for Oriol Mas and Eric Puig

15/09/2019

VIII Andorra Open

Barry Coomber (Catalonia) is a four stroke winner

08/09/2019

Slovenia Open 2019

Yann Le Tallec wins by two

25/08/2019

Dutch Open 2019

Marcel Ahuis takes title at Oirschot as Amador and Esther claim category awards

18/08/2019

III European Strokeplay Championship

John Cahill holds off John Walsh to take the title