2016 in Review - The Front 9
26 Dec 2016 at 14:21 | Published by: PatPenguin | Views: 3065 | News search
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As 2016 comes to an end, we are taking a moment to look back at our year here at Minigolfnews. We're excited to be back on the minigolf scene and we're slowly making strides to expand our coverage and provide as much information about the miniature golf world as we can. To wrap up 2016 we are doing a two-part look back at our articles from the year. You can always see the list of previous articles in the Archive tab of the website.
In Part 1, lovingly called the Front 9, we are highlighting some of the articles you may have missed during the year. Don't forget that we're on Facebook and Twitter and that you should share and re-tweet articles so we can get the best possible coverage. Now let's get this review teed off!
Lane #1: Not all courses start out easy. This is our article on the difficult task of a perfect 18 at Putt Putt.
Greg Newport Shoots Perfect 18 In Putt Putt Virginia Open
Lane #2: The Finnish National League wraps up for the year
Manse 1 Wins Finnish National League 2016!
Lane #3: An epic event to get youth involved in minigolf
Junior Minigolf Masters in Prague - A Huge Event!
Lane #4: Our first look at the educational aspects of miniature golf
Education Through Miniature Golf - Part 1
Lane #5: Celebrating the first African minigolf summit and furthering the sport on that continent
The First African Minigolf Summit took place in Kisumu, Kenya
Lane #6: A look at the highly competitive USPMGA Masters tournament
Reeves Wins USPMGA Masters in Overwhelming Fashion
Lane #7: Interviewing the talented Michael Smith who dominated the BMGA this year
Interview with Michael Smith
Lane #8: Taking a look at the 2016 Asian Open Championships
Yokohama hosts 2016 Open Asian Minigolf Championships
Lane #9: An in depth interview with some folks who combine both a love of minigolf and a love of art
Miniature Golf as Art - Part 3
As always thank you to the many people who help make these articles happen. Stayed tuned for when we post our second half of the year in review in a couple of days.