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Marcel Noack & Nicole Piechotta win open championships in Asia

World 16 Nov 2008 at 12:19 | Published by: JJM | Views: 5082 | News search

Marcel Noack & Nicole Piechotta win open championships in Asia
Marcel Noack at Nations Cup in Tampere.  (Photo by Arto Borg 2008)

Marcel Noack of Germany won men’s competition at Open Asian Championships 2008, playing an average score 32.56 at the difficult beton course of Chiang Mai in Thailand. Silver went to Marco Templin of Germany, two points behind the winner and one point ahead of bronze medalist Roger Cadosch of Switzerland.

The best Asian player, and therefore Asian Champion 2008, was Puttipunpalit Thanapol of Thailand, with average score 35.33 (ranking 8th in Open Championships including European players). Chia-Feng Chang of Taiwan took silver, with average 37.33. Bronze went to a new country in international minigolf scenes, Iran, as Karimian noshahr Hassan scored an average 37.67 to beat all experienced Japanese and Chinese players.

In women’s open championships Nicole Piechotta of Germany was in trouble against an excellently playing Chinese lady Zu Guo Cai. Piechotta took gold with a margin of 4 points only, with average 34.56 (round scores varying between 26 and 41). Chia-Chen Yang of Taiwan got bronze with average 36.33, 4 points ahead of Suzanne Schäppi of Switzerland in fourth place.

Zu Guo Cai of China was crowned as women’s Asian Champion 2008, Chia-Chen Yang of Taiwan got silver, and bronze went to Pei-Yi Ni of Taiwan with average 39.67. Numerous experienced Japanese players, including Yuki Koshimura, were left without medals this year.

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Mia Nilsson joins Tantogårdens BGK for next season

Sweden 14 Nov 2008 at 23:59 | views: 4128 | Comments: 1

Tantogårdens BGK has recruited another new player for upcoming season. Mia Nilsson, member of the Swedish National junior team decided to continue her minigolf-career in Stockholm and thereby trying to qualify for the European Team Cup 2009 in Vaduz ...
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Olsson and Wiklund top WMF world ranking 2 / 2008

Olsson and Wiklund top WMF world ranking 2 / 2008

World 13 Nov 2008 at 08:26 | views: 3607 | Comments: 0

Swedish players Anders Olsson and Karin Wiklund are on top in the latest WMF world ranking, dated 1st November 2008. The long-time leader of women’s ranking, Bianca Oberweg of Germany, fell to third place after a less than perfect season, where ...
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Return of the Crazy Golf champion

United Kingdom 31 Oct 2008 at 12:48 | views: 3984 | Comments: 0

World Crazy Golf Championships, arranged annually in Hastings (Great Britain) in the wet and stormy weathers of late autumn, might be one of the most entertaining minigolf tournaments of the year. If you can ignore the bad weather and bad location, and focus ...
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European Championships 2010 to Predazzo, Italy

European Championships 2010 to Predazzo, Italy

Europe 30 Oct 2008 at 08:35 | views: 3661 | Comments: 0

The board of European Minigolfsport Federation has confirmed that European Championships 2010 will be played in Predazzo, Italy. The same town hosted Seniors European Championships 2008. » results of SEM 2008, Predazzo (team competition) » ...
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