Allen wins the Belgium LDET and records a bomb of 423 yards

July 4th 2015 – MONS (Belgium). Maurice Allen, an American player of the Volvik LDET, won the Belgium LDET Championship beating Frederik Frost with a best hit of 411 yards after playing two sets in the final. In the fourth tournament of the season, held at the Mont Garni Golf Club, in Baudour, we registered the record of the longest ball since the circuit exists: 423 yards.

Record bombs

A heat wave has settled in Europe these days: good news for the long drivers. Hot weather and favourable wind improve the physical conditions of the hitters and their ball speed. Records obtained in the tournament were a proof of that. In group 1, Scott Beaven (ENG) has led the way with bombs all over 400 yards, getting a blast of 416. But that was not the best score. The American Maurice Allen got an absolute record: 423 yards in the Quarters. It is the best hit since the existence of Volvik LDET circuit and the longest ball of the day, awarded with Mutant Brute driver.

The Belgium national team of Long Drivers, who has participated in the tournament, also shown a high level. Two of their four players have passed the group stages with big shots: Quentin de Valensart (372) and Gael Segmuller (378y). Other big names in the circuit have been added to the show of strength and power: Timo Petrasch (GER, 389y), Dewald Lubbe (SA, 390y) Frederik Frost (DEN, 378y), and Dan Konyk (ENG, 386y). You can see all the results of the qualifying groups in the attached files.

Just two sets to decide the champion

The spectators of Mont Garni Golf Club enjoyed the exciting match plays, quarters and semis thanks to the sensational performances of the best long drivers in and outside Europe. Allen has played all the finals this season and, after wining the first and lost second and third, he wanted the Belgium trophy. The Danish Frost played his first final and made a great tournament but his effort was not enough to knock Allen. The American triumphed over him with a best hit of 411 yards and stays at the first place of the Volvik LDET ranking.

Holland, next stop…

The fifth stop of the Volvik LDET circuit will be the Holland LDET Championship which will be the first time for this country and will take place next 17th and 18th July at the Amsterdam Old Course near the capital, Amsterdam. See you there long drivers!

Belgium: Official training

This afternoon we have seen the hitters at the official training session of the BELGIUM LDET Championship at Mont Garni Golf Club.

Some of the long drivers were there and we saw a really good "bombs"! Tomorrow we expect a perfect weather conditions and why not to see some Volvik balls crossing the line of 400y! MORE INFO // SCHEDULE


4th JULY 09.00-16.00 09h-16h: Driving range open for practice.

11h Pros: Qualifying round group’s 1 and 2

Pros: Qualifying round group´s 3 and 4

13.30-14.30: Lunch break.   SCHEDULE

Countdown for the Belgium Championship

Red Bull = POWER

Spectacular Red Bull DJ Car next weekend at the Belgium LDET Championship!! The DJ and the Wings Team will bring the power to the spectacular tournament at Golf Du Mont Garni. Big energy for the best long drivers. Are you going to miss it?!! MORE INFO


4th JULY 09.00-16.00 09h-16h: Driving range open for practice.

11h Pros:Qualifying rounds G1 & G2 

Pros: Qualifying rounds G-3 & G-4

13.30-14.30: Lunch break. MORE

Next stop: Belgium LDET Championship

The Belgium LDET championship, next 3th & 4th July, will take place at the spectacular golf of Mont Garni GC. The course is located on the commons Baudour and Sirault, Mont Garni seduces by the horizons that lets discover and calm that emerges. The 18 hole (par 73), six-hole approach, the Putting Green and Driving Range fit harmoniously in the heart of a wooded 150 acres. Around the championship there will be a lot of activites: nearest to the pin, putting contest (for Amateurs), merchandising shop, live music... More info

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