Teemu Pitkänen Champion of the Hungary LDET championship!
The Kenyan hitter Ajay Matharu finished in the third position and Timo Petrasch (GER) in the fourth. The "Longest Ball of the Day" sponsored by Williams Golf Racing was 369 yards achieved by Emil Rosberg.
July 30th 2016 – Zalacsány (Hungary).- Teemu Pitkänen (FIN, 20) won the Hungary LDET Championship after beating (346/358) Mauro Benaglio (3320/331) in the big final and it´s his first title on the LDET tour. The sixth tournament of the season was held at Zala Springs Golf Resort, the best golf course in the country. RANKING // Results
Official training session & social LDET event
Friday 29th July 2016.- For the first time in the history the LDET has landed in Hungary! This afternoon we have had the “official training session” where some of the players were hitting amazing bombs and testing themselves for tomorrow.
After the session, Zala Springs Golf resort offered a really good wine tasting to all the players and friends at the club house. It was time to relax before the championship on Saturday.
Emil Rosberg (SWE), the leader of the ranking: “I am already prepared to do my best this weekend. I am training to be in the best shape in every event and willing to get my spot for the big final next November in New Zealand!”
Do you want to know the competition area at Zala Springs Golf Resort? Hungary will host for the first time a LDET event. The grid and the tee box have been designed to watch a great tournament and why not to see the bombs over the 440 yards (LDET Record). The competitors will also have 2 areas for training. More info.
Batthyány Castle 4* & Batthyány Mansion 4*: The complex it´s located just 1 minute from the Zala Springs Golf Resort, in a landscaped area of 10 acres, on the outskirts of a small village called Zalacsány! Book your stay as soon as possible!
2 days for the Hungary LDET Championship.
Thursday 28th 2016.- The current European long drive champion, the American Maurice Allen (#2, USA) has won 2 events this season and will do his best this weekend to continue his climb on the ranking. His personal record on the LDET circuit: 438 yards!