Switzerland men's national pitch and putt team

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Switzerland
Association Scweizerischen Pitch and Putt Verband
Swiss Pitch and Putt Association
Confederation FIPPA, EPPA.
Head coach Oliver Schumacher
World Cup
Appearances 3 (First in 2004)
Best result 7th place (2004)
European Championship
Appearances 3 (First in 2005)
Best result 7th place (2010)

The Switzerland men's national pitch and putt team represents Switzerland in the pitch and putt international competitions. It is managed by the Scweizerischen Pitch and Putt Verband-Swiss Pitch and Putt Association (SPPA).

It is member of the European Pitch and Putt Association, and one of the founders of the Federation of International Pitch and Putt Associations (FIPPA) in 2006. Switzerland reached the 7th place in the Pitch and Putt World Cup in 2004 and the 7th place in the 2010 European Championship.

National team[edit]

World Cup
Year Championship Host Classification
2004 1st World Cup Chia (Italy) 7th place
2006 2nd World Cup Teià (Catalonia) 11th place
2008 3rd World Cup Papendal (Netherlands) 10th place
European Championships
Year Championship Host Classification
2005 4th European Championship Overbetuwe (The Netherlands) 9th place
2007 5th European Championship Chia (Italy) 10th place
2010 6th European Championship Lloret de Mar (Catalonia) 7th place

Players[edit]

National team in the European Championship 2010

  • Claudio Spescha
  • Ueli Lamm
  • Silvano Umberg
  • Helmut Roth
  • Edy Planzer
  • Hansheiri Legler


National team in the World Cup 2008

  • Claudio Specha
  • Marco Bernardini
  • Oliver Schumacher

National team in the European Championship 2007

  • Bruno Zappa
  • Ueli Lamm
  • Giosuè Capone
  • Marco Bernardini
  • Bebbi Frisella
  • Claudio Spescha


See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • SPPA Scweizerischen Pitch and Putt Verband
  • FIPPA Federation of International Pitch and Putt Associations website
  • EPPA European Pitch and Putt Association website