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Ricard Lockner of Sweden wins Minigolf US Masters


United States of America 19 Oct 2010 at 17:11 | Published by: JJM | Views: 6817 | News search

Ricard Lockner of Sweden wins Minigolf US Masters
Ricard Lockner playing lane 10 of Hawaiian Rumble.  (Photo by Astra Miglane-Stanwyck 2010)

Ricard Lockner of Sweden became the third non-American winner of all time at USPMGA US Masters 2010, as he played 12 rounds with total average 30,42 at the Hawaiian Rumble and Pineapple Beach adventure golf courses in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA. Two other non-Americans have won the competition before, both of them from Sweden: Anders Olsson (2004) and Hans Olofsson (2005 & 2006).

Olivia Prokopová of Czech Republic took a rare second place for a female player in the tournament, 9 points behind Lockner. Defending US Masters champion 2009 Greg Newport was third, 2 points behind Prokopová.

Minigolf US Masters is played with a golf ball only, at two adventure golf courses in North Myrtle Beach, a small holiday resort town in South Carolina (USA). Myrtle Beach is the mecca of American golf tourism, with some 100 golf courses and 50 minigolf courses along the 20 km coastline.

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United States of America Blondie (Astra Miglane Stanwyck)

20 Oct 2010 at 22:24
More photos have been posted
http://www.competitiveminigolf.com/Masters_National_Championship.htm

Czech Republic Olivia (Olivia Prokopova)

20 Oct 2010 at 10:43
Thank you

Sweden C-J (Carl-Johan Ryner)

20 Oct 2010 at 07:40
Congratulations Ricard and Olivia!

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Alex Lang wins in Naturns with 54 aces in a row!

Italy 17 Oct 2010 at 22:03 | views: 8637 | Comments: 1

The 29th edition of "St. Prokulus" international trophy in Naturns have been played by 151 participants coming from Italy, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Luxembourg. The players have been divided in 3 groups (1 Friday, 1 Saturday, 1 Sunday) which played 4 ...
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Alex Lang wins in Naturns with 54 aces in a row!

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Minigolf marriage in Sochi

Russian Federation 14 Oct 2010 at 20:17 | views: 5905 | Comments: 0

Tomorrow on the 15th of October the 2010 Sochi Open winner Hannes Hahsler will get married in Sochi, with local Sochi girl Katerina. Hannes and Katerina meet during Sochi Open 2009, where she worked as a German translator. Minigolfnews staff and our partner ...
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Michael Smith wins the Weymouth Open

United Kingdom 12 Oct 2010 at 22:57 | views: 5028 | Comments: 2

BMGA News Release Provided by Richard Gottfried The third annual Weymouth Open minigolf competition was won by Oxford’s Michael Smith, with a ten shot margin over Kent Minigolf Club team mate Sean Homer. Smith scored rounds of 38 and 37 to record two new ...
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Persson to play for Uppsala

Persson to play for Uppsala

Sweden 12 Oct 2010 at 08:53 | views: 4879 | Comments: 0

The Swedish silly season is between 1st of October and 31st of December. So far this year no big moves have been made, but yesterday Uppsala presented that Fredrik Persson returns from his two years session in Granhyddan to play for Uppsala next year. Fredrik ...
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