Golfing duo Luke Bone and Luke Willett emerged victorious in the recent 2024 British Speedgolf Pairs Championship at Sand Martins Golf Club in Berkshire. Speedgolf, also known as extreme golf, fast golf, fitness golf, and hit and run golf, combines time and strokes to determine a Speedgolf score. The Pairs Championship was played in alternate shot foursomes over the par 70 course, although Speedgolf is typically played individually. This sport, which originated in 1979 in California, has gained popularity worldwide and adheres to common rules.

Teams armed with up to seven clubs launch at 5-minute intervals to complete the course and achieve the lowest Speedgolf score, with running scorers introduced for this event. The high-octane championship culminated in PGA Pro golfers Luke Bone and Luke Willett claiming victory with an exceptional Speedgolf Score of 123:43 and aspiring to set an unofficial world record for the fastest 18-hole Speedgolf round at 37 minutes and 43 seconds. Their relentless pursuit of excellence earned them the top spot as 'Never Settle.'

Amateur duo Adam Williams and Jack Malden secured the runner-up position with a commendable performance, while the women's pairing of Di Stewart and Emma Johnstone showcased impressive talent. The event encompassed participants from various backgrounds, epitomizing inclusivity and camaraderie. The forthcoming UK Speedgolf Championship, the solo British Open Speedgolf Championships, is highly anticipated and is set to return on September 15th, 2024 at Sunningdale Heath near Ascot.