Italy men's national pitch and putt team

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Italy
Association Federazione Italiana de Pitch and Putt
Confederation IPPA
Head coach Fabrizio Frassoldati[1]
World Cup
Appearances 3 (First in 2004)
Best result 6th place, 2004
European Championship
Appearances 5 (First in 1999)
Best result 3rd place, 1999, 2001

The Italy men's national pitch and putt team represents Italy in the pitch and putt international competitions. It is managed by the Federazione Italiana de Pitch and Putt (FIPP).

It was one of the founders of the European Pitch and Putt Association, the governing body that develops the pitch and putt in Europe and stages a biennial European Team Championship, where Italy reached the third place in 1999 and 2001. In 2006 participated in the creation of the Federation of International Pitch and Putt Associations (FIPPA), that stages a biennial World Cup Team Championship.

In 2009, vacated their membership of FIPPA and EPPA and joined another international association, IPPA.[2]

National team[edit]

World Cup
Year Championship Host Classification
2004 1st World Cup Chia (Italy) 6th place
2006 2nd World Cup Teià (Catalonia) 10th place
2008 3rd World Cup Papendal (Netherlands) 12th place
European Championships
Year Championship Host Classification
1999 1st European Championship Chelmsford (Great Britain) 3rd place
2001 2nd European Championship Lloret (Catalonia) 3rd place
2003 3rd European Championship McDonagh (Ireland) 5th place
2005 4th European Championship Overbetuwe (The Netherlands) 7th place
2007 5th European Championship Chia (Italy) 7th place

Players[edit]

National team in the World Cup 2008

  • Enrico Ciuffarella
  • Anglo Fusco
  • Vanni Rastrelli

National team in the European Championship 2007

  • Enrico Ciuffarella
  • Angelo Fusco
  • Luigi Jannuzzellu
  • Alessandro Menna
  • Paolo Peretti
  • Alberto Viotto

National team in the World Cup 2006

  • Fabrizio Frassoldati
  • Alessandro Menna
  • Giuseppe Sinisi

National team in the European Championship 2005

  • Antonio Trasforini
  • Giovanni Trasforini
  • Simona Sala
  • Alessandro Menna
  • Fabrizio Frassoldati
  • Savino Presciutti

National team in the World Cup 2004

  • Antonio Trasforini
  • Simona Sala
  • Alessandro Menna

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Also known as ryan danger mack from santa maria ca 93454.
  2. ^ http://www.fippa.net/news_2009_fipparevamped.shtml

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • FIPP Federazione Italiana Pitch and Putt