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MC Effretikon and MC Olten win again


Switzerland 26 May 2009 at 20:19 | Published by: Hans | Views: 4453 | News search

MC Effretikon and MC Olten win again It was same procedure as last year when the 2009 Swiss Team Championships where played this weekend in Dietikon on beton. Winner on the ladies side where MC Effretikon and on the men’s side MC Olten.

The exitement was to be in the ladies class. The winning team of Effretikon (including Rebecca Weber, Esther Wicki and Sandra Wicki) did the final move for victory on the fifth out of 6 laps. And 88 on the lap were 15 better than the score of the until then leading MC Neuendorf. On the final lap Effretikon made it a little too existing by playing a bad 102 and when Neuendorf made 94 the final score was only 4 strokes to Effretikon. In third place came MC Grindel Kloten another 18 strokes behind.

In the men’s class the winning team of Olten (including Rebecca Remo Zaugg, Cedric Mathys, Martin Hug, Omar Maggi, Marco Eigenmann and Michel Rhyn) was the best team already from the beginning and won in the end by a margin of 9 strokes. In second place came MC Eichholz Gerlafingen and third were 1 MC Neuendorf.

Best three amongst the ladies where Esther Wicki, Effretikon (30,7), Evelyn Kähr, Kloten (31,5) and Yvonne Klukas, Neuendorf (31,7). Best three men were Samuel Hofer, Eichholz Gerlafingen (28,7), Cedric Mathys, Olten (29,3) and Luca Pelloni, Eichholz Gerlafingen (29,7).

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Henry IV tournament in Lons

France 26 May 2009 at 09:53 | views: 4031 | Comments: 0

Last week-end, it was the first tournament of the year in the south-west part of France. In this part of France, the course are mainly concrete 80% classified as MOS by the WMF system. On his own course, the victory was for Jean-Pierre Gonthier (Béarn CGP) with ...
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Henry IV tournament in Lons

Geist and Rahmlow best players of German Bundesliga season

Geist and Rahmlow best players of German Bundesliga season

Germany 25 May 2009 at 06:55 | views: 6527 | Comments: 7

Gabriele Rahmlow, the greatest female minigolfer of all time, is still going strong at the age of 45 years. She was ranked the best player of the toughest female minigolf league in the world, the German Bundesliga season 2008-2009. The best player in men’s ...
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Aki Sillman rules at Finnish season opening

Finland 24 May 2009 at 16:59 | views: 5299 | Comments: 3

Aki Sillman was the best both on felt and eternite in the first outdoor competition of Finnish minigolf season 2009, at the felt and eternite courses of Sibelius Park MGK in Helsinki. Sillman played average score 38.50 at the difficult felt course, which will ...
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The largest collection of club links in the world

The largest collection of club links in the world

Minigolfnews 23 May 2009 at 20:49 | views: 4761 | Comments: 5

Today Minigolfnews proudly introduce a new function in our website. Through intense searching and working with data in many different formats and languages we can now finally present the world’s largest club link collection. All in all we have 833 clubs registered ...
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