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Seth Thomas wins Kent Open


United Kingdom 18 Nov 2012 at 21:51 | Published by: Hans | Views: 6001 | News search

Seth Thomas wins Kent Open
Seth Thomas winner of the 2012 Kent Open  (Photo by KMGC 2012)

BMGA News Report
Supplied by Richard Gottfried

Wandsworth Player Retains his Kent Open Title at the Lost Island Encounter Adventure Golf Course at World of Golf in Chislehurst, Kent.

Eighteen-year-old Minigolfer Seth Thomas from Wandsworth, London won the seventh-annual Kent Open as he defeated 31 players in the Minigolf tournament held over three-rounds at the Lost Island Encounter Adventure Golf course at World of Golf, Sidcup on Sunday 11th November.

The tournament was played out over 54-holes on the 18-hole Explorers Adventure Golf Course at World of Golf, Sidcup with all players using the new Kent Minigolf Club (KMGC) Minigolf Ball.

Seth Thomas, a member of the Cambridgeshire Minigolf Club, won the event with a score of 99 (-9) following rounds of 30, 32, 37. The tournament runner-up position was decided in a sudden-death play-off between KMGC members Tony and Adam Kelly. It was Linton, Cambridgeshire’s Tony Kelly who defeated his son Adam Kelly in the play-off after both players tied on a score of 105 (-3).

Commenting on his victory, two-time Kent Open Champion Seth Thomas said “I am very happy to retain the Kent Open title and be the first player ever to do so. I’m even more pleased to join Sean Homer as a two-time winner. Congratulations to Tony Kelly for coming second at this tournament. That only three players were able to break par despite the benign conditions shows how tricky a course it can be. This also stands as the first Minigolf title to be won by the Cambridgeshire Minigolf Club, but it certainly won't be the last.”

A total of 32 players entered the Kent Open, with thirteen novice players picking up a Putter in their first, second, or third tournament appearance on the British Minigolf Association Tour.

Other prize winners at the competition were Craig Patterson who won the Novice title. Brian Smith was Novice runner-up, defeating David Pragnell in a play-off. David Simpson won the most improved player of the event with a 17-shot improvement between his first and last round scores. Kieran Jones was a close runner-up with a twelve-shot improvement over the tournament. Margate’s Scott Lancley won the Aces champion prize for most holes-in-one during the tournament with a total of nine Aces. Kyle McSporran won the Novice Aces champion prize with a total of five holes-in-one. In the Spot Aces prizes Seth Thomas and Chris Smith both achieved ‘trilogy aces’ on holes seven and nine respectively (Aceing the holes in all three of their rounds). Brad Shepherd and David Simpson also picked up prizes for Aceing the 18th hole.

Sean Homer, Captain of the Kent Minigolf Club said “Thanks to all who played and special thanks to Sue and Jennifer Forrest for their support in running the event. The KMGC would once again like to thank Mark Davies and the team at World of Golf for their ongoing support of the Kent Minigolf Club and the event. We look forward to seeing everyone again in 2013!"

Kent Open Hall of Fame:
2012 – Seth Thomas
2011 – Seth Thomas
2010 – Sean Homer
2009 – Nick Chitty
2008 – Andy Exall
2007 – Sean Homer
2006 – Steve Vallory

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Moser / Ruch win Bassersdorf 30 hours marathon

Switzerland 12 Nov 2012 at 20:09 | views: 6086 | Comments: 0

This weekend the indoor 80% concrete course in Bassersdorf (Switzerland) hosted the most famous tournament of the winter minigolf season. The 30 hours marathon offered this year a very international starting list, with players coming from Sweden, Finland ...
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Back from Vizela: Interview with Nicole Piechotta

Back from Vizela: Interview with Nicole Piechotta

Germany 30 Oct 2012 at 21:26 | views: 6977 | Comments: 0

Interview with Nicole Piechotta (NP),Germany and Göttingen This interview was done the 30th of October 2012. Interviewer is Hans Bergström (HB). HB: First of all a big congratulation to your phenomenal results in Vizela. Have these successes and all ...
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Smith defends his title in World Crazy Golf Championships

United Kingdom 29 Oct 2012 at 17:09 | views: 6553 | Comments: 10

BMGA News Report Supplied by Richard Gottfried Oxford’s Michael Smith is successful in the defence of his World Crazy Golf title and becomes a two-time ‘Castle Golf’ World Crazy Golf Champion. The tenth-annual ‘Castle Golf’ World Crazy Golf Championships ...
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A weekend of emotions in Portel

A weekend of emotions in Portel

Portugal 23 Oct 2012 at 09:35 | views: 5955 | Comments: 0

Last Sunday, in a day in which the rain tried to make a show, but it wasn’t strong enough to stop the competition, the last one of four parts of the Portuguese individual national championship was played. The set of this competition was the course of Portel, on ...
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