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Bodensee Cup in Romanshorn, SUI


Switzerland 18 Apr 2009 at 10:44 | Published by: JJM | Views: 3949 | News search

Bodensee Cup in Romanshorn, SUI
Raphael Wietlisbach in Romanshorn at European Cup 2003.  (Photo by Erik Tiekstra 2003)

Raphael Wietlisbach won the “group elimination final” of Bodensee Cup 2009, played at the beton course of Romanshorn, Switzerland.

All participants first played 3 qualification rounds, to decide the winners of categories (men, women, juniors, seniors etc.). Senior player Peter Weber was clearly the best in the preliminary rounds, with average score 26.67. The second best average 29.00 was played by men’s winner Samuel Hofer and women’s winner Jacqueline Arlitt.

After the 3 preliminary rounds, all 95 participants of the competition continued a knock-out cup, player vs. player. The players were divided into 8 separate cup diagrams: the winner of each cup diagram qualified to the final round.

The final round, between the winners of the 8 cup diagrams, was played with “group elimination” rules. Starting at lane 1, all 8 players played as one group. At each lane, the player with worst lane score (and equals) fell from the competition (but not if everyone played the same score). This continued until only one player was left: the winner.

Results of the group elimination final:
1. Raphael Wietlisbach
2. Peter Weber
3. Samuel Hofer
4. Jacqueline Arlitt
5. Flavia Brechbühl
6. Jakob Knecht
7. Andreas Weber
8. Michael Frei

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Win brand new car in MOS competition

Sweden 17 Apr 2009 at 21:24 | views: 4834 | Comments: 3

Tomorrow the 18th of April is the start of a completely new idea being tested in Minigolf. At the MOS course in Slottskogen, Gothenburg owned by Askim BGK a series of qualifying competition is started ending up in a final the 19th of September this year. In the ...
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WMF-sponsored British training camp in Wien

United Kingdom 16 Apr 2009 at 19:11 | views: 3907 | Comments: 0

Six British players visited Wien, Austria on 19 – 22 March 2009, with funds granted by WMF, to practice different playing systems, and to receive minigolf theory lessons from Austrian coaches. The British delegation to Wien included Jon Angel, Ruth Bullin ...
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United Kingdom 16 Apr 2009 at 06:49 | views: 3674 | Comments: 0

Richard Gottfried won the national British tournament at Playgolf minigolf course in Manchester, 5 points ahead of Chris Harding. Paul Johnson was third, one point behind Harding. Playgolf Manchester minigolf course has 9 lanes only, and the tournament included ...
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Opening of the season in France - Torreilles

France 13 Apr 2009 at 13:49 | views: 4480 | Comments: 0

This week-end, it was the opening of the french minigolf season in Torreilles (eternit near Perpignan). The tournament was provided for Sunday but due to very bad weather conditions, the tournament was finally played on Monday, without a part of the French ...
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