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Dutch combi titles for André van Vliet and Natasja Klarenbeek


Netherlands 07 Jul 2009 at 20:13 | Published by: Santa | Views: 5261 | News search

Dutch combi titles for André van Vliet and Natasja Klarenbeek Last weekend the Dutch combi-championships were played on the courses in Appelscha (felt & eternite). For the first time the finals were played according to the new matchplay rules. After the 8 preliminary rounds the matchplay was played with 16 men and 8 women.

After the 8 rounds it was Jacco v/d Stelt (Appelscha) who was in the lead, just before Alex Jasper (Dormagen). 3rd was Zeno Folkertsma (Appelscha). Natasja Klarenbeek (Leeuwarden) was the best by the women, second was Annie Jasper (Leeuwarden) and 3rd was Ingrid v/d Laan (also Leeuwarden).

In the first round matchplay Alex Jasper and Zeno Folkertsma lost their matches, so they were already played finished. In the quarter final Jacco v/d Stelt also lost. The semi finals were played by André van Vliet (4, Bilthoven), Huub Bottenberg (5, Appelscha), Henk Goris (7, Bennekom) and Roy Tromp (14, Wageningen).

The final was played by André van Vliet and Huub Bottenberg and the winner was André van Vliet (5-2). Henk Goris won the bronze by winning over Roy Tromp with 9-4.

In the womens category the top players stayed in the game a little longer. Although Ingrid v/d Laan lost in the first round, Natasja Klarenbeek and Annie jasper went to the final which was won by Natasja Klarenbeek.

Christina Fennema (5, Appelscha) and Wendy van Luypen (6, Ridderkerk) played the small-final which led to the bronze medal for Christina Fennema (5-4).

In the senior categories the champions were Wilbert van Helmond (Doorwerth) and Antje Hof (Appelscha).



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Netherlands JS (Jacco Van Der Stelt)

08 Jul 2009 at 14:33
tnx passi

@jeroen your're right

Finland HansIII (Pasi Aho)

08 Jul 2009 at 13:54
There are no general guidelines, only guidelines for the intl. championships. For felt they say that the easiest nine lanes according to the statistics of the first two competition days (nowadays only best six teams per category count for this statistics) are chosen, whereas the jury can change some lanes for good reasons (bad lane, bad location regarding spectator areas).

In Södertälje the feedback was afterwards that there were too many easy ace lanes (with no target octagon), especially the money box being a lane where almost nobody made mistakes, and too few long, flat lanes.

As a consequence of this jury decided in Budapest with support of the team leaders' opinions and YNC statistics already before the tournament started that in case none of the long lanes (boxes and optical illusion) comes in by stats, one of them will be chosen by jury. This occurred and boxes came in. As well we decided that the completely lucky lane in Budapest, letter box will anyway be excluded (but I think it finally didn't make it through stats either). The mix of lanes was surely more successful in Budapest than in the Södertälje where the course actually offered chances for the good mix, but we were not experienced enough yet.

In both cases we had the advantage of having a really challenging miniaturegolf course, so the matches were not decided on felt only like many feared in advance.

Netherlands jeroen (Jeroen Mantoua)

08 Jul 2009 at 13:52
rectification: it wasn't the first time we did matchplay. It was the first time during dutch champignonships, but with other tournaments we allready did.

Sweden Hans (Hans Bergström)

08 Jul 2009 at 10:31
WMF has guidlelines/rules for this and I think they worked fine in Södertälje at least.

Netherlands JS (Jacco Van Der Stelt)

08 Jul 2009 at 10:22
Hi Hans. It was the first time we did matchplay. Butt overall the people liked it. (me too altough i lost the second round) Butt for next year they are already planning something new because the preliminary rounds where a bitt dull (only 3 players did'nt reach the finals). BTW can anyone tell me wich lanes should be played on felt during the matchplay, becausse i think the've choose the wrong lanes...

Sweden Hans (Hans Bergström)

07 Jul 2009 at 21:01
Is matchplay popular in the Netherlands?

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25% of players exceeded playing time limit at YNC

World 07 Jul 2009 at 13:50 | views: 4601 | Comments: 15

At Youth Nations Cup 2009 in Waldshut, Germany, WMF officials measured the time used by all players for arriving to a minigolf lane and preparing for the shot. The measurement was done twice for each player, at the most difficult lane of the two minigolf courses. ...
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The 1st edition of the "20 hours" pair marathon has been played on Novi Ligure miniaturegolf course last weekend. The tournament started at 6 p.m. on Saturday 4th July and ended at 2 p.m. on Sunday 5th. The game went on very fast, so that 21 rounds were ...
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Kellard and Williamson are British champions 2009

United Kingdom 06 Jul 2009 at 20:22 | views: 4493 | Comments: 2

Keith Kellard won the first British Champion title of his playing career on 4–5 July 2009, by playing average score 34.43 at the "Seafront Mini Golf" adventure golf course in Hastings. The defending champion Tim Davies was second, with average 35.29, 6 ...
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Dace wins Latvian championships 2009

Latvia 06 Jul 2009 at 17:17 | views: 4403 | Comments: 2

Dace Kupce-Krievina made a rare visit to Latvian minigolf competitions, and left the usual favourite Madara Kirša far behind at Latvian Championships in Liepaja, which was also part 4 of Latvian Trophy 2009 season. Dace played average score 23.40 at the ...
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