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Zoetermeer wins second round LHK


Netherlands 04 May 2009 at 07:35 | Published by: Santa | Views: 4853 | News search

Zoetermeer wins second round LHK
Jos Vlasveld (Zoetermeer) during the Dutch Felt Championships 2008.  (Photo by Evert Koenes 2008)

Yesterday, the second round of the Dutch premier league (LHK) was played at the felt course of Appelscha. If you have a look at last years results, it was no big surprise that Zoetermeer won this round today.

The first round was a narrow escape for Zoetermeer with 126 stroes just before Appelscha 2 with 127 strokes. Dutch Champions of 2008, Appelscha 1 and former champion Geldrop started with some higher scores (143 and 144) putting them far behind the leaders. In this round the first two subtitutes were presented. Already after 2 lanes Appelscha 1 changed their player and after 6 lanes it was Geldrop to do the same.

During the second round Geldrop fought back with a round of 115 strokes just before Zoetermeer with 119 strokes. The third round was prey for Zoetermeer with a score of 123 strokes. After this round it was clear they would not give away their lead.

Appelscha 1 and Geldrop struggled to become 2nd. Geldrop had 4 strokes less after the third round but lost the last round (139-121) putting them back to 3rd place.

Best player of the weekend was Jos Vlasveld (Zoetermeer) with a total of 116 shots (29.00 average).

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Netherlands Tiek (Erik Tiekstra)

04 May 2009 at 07:42
Great play Jos! I've no idea how you did this :P

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Huub Bottenberg wins annual Aly Mesken Memorial

Netherlands 03 May 2009 at 10:00 | views: 4071 | Comments: 0

On the Dutch Queensday (30 april) MGC Appelscha organised their traditional Aly Mesken Memorial. It is played on the feltcourse and this year a great list of participants (74). The big winner in de mens category was Huub Bottenberg from the homeclub with a ...
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United Kingdom 28 Apr 2009 at 21:29 | views: 3941 | Comments: 7

Chris Jones took the winner’s trophy at British Masters 2009, with average score 18.00 per round (2.00 points per lane) at the two 9-lane adventure golf courses of Adventure Island minigolf center in Southend-on-Sea. Andy Exall was second, 4 points behind ...
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