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Youth German Federal States Cup (JLP) in Bliessen and Oberthal

Germany 09 Apr 2013 at 08:53 | Published by: mindthegap | Views: 8745 | News search

Youth German Federal States Cup (JLP) in Bliessen and Oberthal
Marcel Waleska and Michaela Zwirlein  (Photo by DMV)

The Youth German Federal States Cup (JLP in German) was held on the Eternit course in Oberthal and the Concrete course in Bliessen, both located in the German Federal State Saarland, on the 5th and 6th of April. It is a junior team competition of the federal states of Germany. The minigolf associations of any German federal state (Bundesland) can form a team of 5 or 6 juniors (male or female). If at least one female junior plays for the team and the team consists of 6 players, the worst score of each team round is cut. So only the best 5 scores per round count for the team. There were 4 rounds to go on every course.

As the winter period in Germany was exceptionally long this year and lasted until last weekend the juniors had to play with temperatures partly around the freezing point. Nevertheless some very good scores were achieved. But warm cloths were a must.

Last year's defending champion team from Bremen/Lower-Saxony was leading from the 2nd round on and never lost the lead, so they won the team competition in a convincing manner with 105526.4). But there was a hard fight for the 2nd place between the teams of Baden and Northrhine-Westfalia. After the first day Baden was in lead by 8 shots, but on the concrete course in Bliessen the Northrhine-Westfalian team caught up shot by shot on the 2nd day. In the 7th round they overtook and came 2nd with 109027.3), 6 shots ahead of the team from Baden.

Maike Haupt from Herten (Northrhine-Westfalia) could defend her title in the female kids category with 21927.4) after a hard fight with Sarah Schumacher from Inzlingen (Baden). Maike was in lead after the first day by 3 shots and Sarah equalized in the 5th round. The lead changed then from round to round and both girls came equal at the end, so it needed a play-off to decide the winner which Maike won. Patricia Fischbeck from Göttingen (Lower Saxony) reached the 3rd place with 22728.4). Michaela Zwirlein (on the photo) from Murnau (Bavaria) played the best round on the challenging concrete course, a 24, the only blue round. She came 4th in the competition with 22928.6).

Kilian Horn from Hachenberg (Rhineland-Palatinate) won the male kids category with 23028.8). Julian Möhler from Niederstetten (Württemberg) came 2nd three shots behind, followed by Benedikt Schwickert from Inzlingen (Baden) further 4 shots behind.

The female juniors category was won by Annika Dellmann from Neheim (Northrhine-Westfalia) with 21226.5), followed by Anna Rümmelin from Inzlingen (Baden) with 21927.4). Isabell Raschke from Diepholz (Lower Saxony) came 3rd with 22628.3).

In the male juniors category Marc Pape and Marc-Dominik Klemm, both from Homburg (Saarland), were very close together throughout the first 7 rounds. With a phantastic 26 in the last round on the concrete course, Marc Pape took the lead at the end and won the category with 20525.6). So Marc-Dominik Klemm finished 2nd with 20826.0), followed by Marcel Kehr from Göttingen (Lower Saxony) only one shot behind.

Links to results, reports, photos and and videos, all in German language:

»Team results
»Results male juniors
»Results female juniors
»Results male kids
»Results female kids
»Report 1st day by Philipp Lewin
»Report 2nd day by Philipp Lewin
»Short reports, fotos and videos by German Minigolf Youth
»Short reports, fotos and videos by Minigolf Youth Bremen/Lower Saxony
»Short reports, fotos and videos by Minigolf Youth Northrhine-Westfalia
»Article by Saarbrücker Zeitung




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New Vote: "Junior Boy Player of the Year"

Minigolfnews 08 Apr 2013 at 07:58 | views: 6838 | Comments: 1

There is a new poll started, to crown the best Junior Boy Minigolfer from 2012. This year we have selected 20 male junior boys based on their merits from last year. In parallel we have also asked an "expert jury" to give their votes. The results will be ...
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Man Player of the Year 2012: Interview with Achim Braungart Zink

Man Player of the Year 2012: Interview with Achim Braungart Zink

Germany 07 Apr 2013 at 19:49 | views: 8763 | Comments: 0

Interview with Achim Braungart-Zink (ABZ), Germany and SG Arheilgen This interview was done the 7th of April 2013. Interviewer is Hans Bergström (HB). HB: First of all congratulations to a great season of 2012 which lead to the vote for “Man player of ...
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Swedish Federation updates their graphical style

Sweden 05 Apr 2013 at 13:08 | views: 6196 | Comments: 0

This weekend its the annual delegates conference for the Swedish Minigolf Federation hosted in Uppsala. One issue that the federation has been working on for a while is an update of its brand and layout. The results will be shown for the first time in Uppsala ...
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Swedish Federation updates their graphical style

Very cold start in the Dutch league

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Netherlands 04 Apr 2013 at 15:08 | views: 5766 | Comments: 0

Last sunday the Dutch minigolf players started the new season under artic conditions, it was very cold and a lot of wind from the east. Despite the bad weather conditions some players scored good results. For the first time since the start of the Dutch league the ...
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