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In preparation of the 18th edition of the annual Catalan festival of sports gala, the UFEC (Union of Catalan sports federations) elected among the 69 affiliated federations, to award the FCPP with the honour of being the federation which best administers its sport. The award was presented to the FCPP President, Victor Moscatel, during the gala dinner on December 15th.

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Marc Fischer wins Australian Open 2014

The Australian Open was played at the Waverley course in Melbourne from November 29-30 2014.

A magnificent Sunday 36 hole total of 95 (which included a scintillating third round 46) gave Marc Fischer his first Australian Open title.  Fischer fired a 72 hole aggregate of 194 for a seven stroke winning margin over former three time winner James Rogerson.  Marc Fischer, who was second three years ago, closed with a 49 for his 22 under par total.  James Rogerson, who had led by a shot overnight with a Saturday 99, finished runner-up for the second successive year.  Young Jack Kalis placed third on 203.

2010 winner Julie Richardson played steadily all through to win her second Australian Ladies Open. Six shots clear at the close of play on Saturday, Julie scored rounds of 60 and 59 on Sunday for a cumulative 234 and a 12 shot margin over Gloria Hourigan (who also finished second in 2013).  Helen Angel, winner for the past two years, was just another stroke behind in third.

Leading Final Scores from Waverley

Marc Fischer 194

James Rogerson  201

Jack Kalis 203

Final scores

Leading Saturday Scores from Waverley

James Rogerson 98
Marc Fischer 99
Doug Hartshorn 102
Jack Kalis 103
Richard Tour 105

36 holes will be played on Sunday.

All information is available from Phil Shaw-Dennis at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Members of any of the FIPPA national associations would be very welcome to participate in this Open.

First tee times on Saturday morning will be between 07.30 and 08.00, depending on final entry.

Saturday tee times

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On Saturday October 18, members of the Catalan Pitch and Putt team: Joseph Martinez, Dani Gimenez, Jordi Saborit, Marc Lloret, Jordi Serra and Enrique Sanz, coach Xavier Ponsdomènech and president FCPP Victor Moscatel were invited to the Camp Nou FC Barcelona. In addition to enjoying the game with SD Eibar (which ended in a 3-0 home win), the FCPP delegation was received by the president of FC Barcelona Josep Maria Bartholomew to whom a Pitch and Putt polo shirt was presented. The FCPP was presented with a replica shirt signed by the majority of the FC Barcelona first team.

The Catalan Secretary General of Sport, Ivan Tibau, congratulated the Catalan Pitch and Putt team, which was proclaimed champion of Europe for the second time. The venue for the function was the Museum and Centre for the Study of Sport, Barcelona.

The reception was also attended by the President of the Catalan Pitch and Putt Federation, Victor Moscatel, coach Xavier Ponsdomènech and President of the Sports Federation Union of Catalonia Gerard Esteva.

Ivan Tibau praised the "great job" done by the Catalan Federation, "which resulted" in the European win and "proves you do things right." The Secretary General of Sport also noted the importance of Pitch and Putt, one of the first sports in which Catalonia has the opportunity to officially compete internationally, that "represents us very well around the world and, in addition, you win, which helps promote the sport."

Victor Moscatel, for his part, thanked the Government for the reception said that the choice is "an example of the sports category we have" in Pitch and Putt. "Behind there are many players that want to emulate this team," he concluded.



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