Irishman Rob Hogan won the British Speedgolf Championship at Dale Hill Golf Club on Sunday.
Hogan, the 2013 Speedgolf World Champion and current Speedgolf International World No.1 had a golf score of 77 played in just 34 minutes for a Speedgolf score of 111. S
peedgolf is scored by adding your shots to your minutes. Hogan, a PGA qualified golf professional and national level cross country runner flys to Melbourne on Sunday to contest the Australian Speedgolf Championship at Yarra Bend Golf Club.
Hogan, who is a brand ambassador for Ecigarette.ie has now won four out of his last six Speedgolf events worldwide and will return to Ireland on September 2 to begin training for the Speedgolf World Championships to be held in October in Chicago.
Speedgolf is a fast growing sport and from its roots in California has started to spread globally with events being held in USA, Canada, Iceland, Australia, UK, Sweden, Austria and Japan.