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Michael Smith Wins World Crazy Golf Championship


United Kingdom 16 Jun 2016 at 15:18 | Published by: PatPenguin | Views: 19236 | News search  | source: BMGA

Michael Smith Wins World Crazy Golf Championship
Michael Smith (left)  (Photo by KMGC (Flickr))

Win a major minigolf championship once and people pay attention to you. Win a major minigolf championship four times and there's a good chance the world knows your name. Become the winningest British "major" minigolfer of all time - well that's one for the recordbooks. Michael Smith did just that on June 11-12 as he captured his fourth World Crazy Golf Championship and his ninth British "major" of his career.

Seventy-one players from five countries competed in this year's World Crazy Golf Championship, which is held annually at Hastings Adventure Golf. This year the event was moved from its traditional October slot to the summer weekend. Seven rounds were played over two days and Smith emerged victorious with a 233, winning by 4 strokes.

Continuing the "firsts" at this tournament, it was the first with the first dedicated prize fund for "novices" in their first or second World Crazy Golf Championship (excluding pros) and Sean Homer was the first BMGA minigolfer to play in 100 BMGA stroke play tournaments.

We'd like to thank the BMGA for allowing us to use information from their recap for this article and please click the link below to get their full story with a lot more details and quotes!

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Miniature Golf and Food - Part 1

Minigolfnews 10 Jun 2016 at 22:09 | views: 13324 | Comments: 0

In the United States, playing a round of miniature golf and following it up with an ice cream cone might be more of pairing than peanut butter and jelly. However, the combination of food and miniature golf doesn’t end with just sugary delights. Many places ...
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Finnish League Starts

Finnish League Starts

Finland 29 May 2016 at 15:39 | views: 13440 | Comments: 0

The first partial race of the Finnish League took place in Kalliojärvi on the felt course (on May 21 and May 22). This is the first of three partial races, with the next ones coming in June and July. Weather conditions were great and the matches exciting. Seven ...
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Miniature Golf and Bettering the Community – Part 1

Vietnam 26 May 2016 at 13:38 | views: 12853 | Comments: 0

One of the great things about miniature golf is that it’s a sport where people of all ages, athletic ability and social standing can participate and achieve success. Because of that wide reach, it’s become a popular sport among social organizers looking to bring ...
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Sweden Wins Exciting Nations Cup Final

Sweden Wins Exciting Nations Cup Final

Portugal 22 May 2016 at 14:22 | views: 14054 | Comments: 2

Earlier we reported that weather played a factor in 2 major tournaments being played on May 14 and 15 and the Nations Cup in Portugal wasn't exempt from this either, with rain interrupting play twice on Saturday. However, the players battled through it and in the ...
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