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WAT 21 defeats German national team in Wien


Austria 01 Jun 2009 at 09:01 | Published by: JJM | Views: 8291 | News search

WAT 21 defeats German national team in Wien
Marco Templin at Wasserpark felt course in Wien.  (Photo by minigolfnews.com 2009)

Wasserpark felt course in Wien hosted a friendly tournament between Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the Austrian WAT 21 club team. Also Nigeria had planned to participate in the event, but they had problems getting a visa to Austria. The rules of Austrian Minigolf Federation forbid giving financial guarantees for visa applications of foreign minigolf players, which would have been necessary in this case.

Wasserpark felt course has an impressive total length 232 m (12.86 m per lane), being one of the most challenging felt courses in Central Europe. Even more so in the bad weather of this weekend, which forced shortening the tournament to 5 rounds, from the originally planned 7 rounds.

The local club team WAT 21 won the friendly tournament of men’s teams, with total score 1134 (average 37.80). German national team candidates (without the Erlbruch brothers) were second, with total score 1135 (average 37.83). The national team of Austria was third, with total score 1174 (average 39.13), and national team of Switzerland was left 4th, with total score 1237 (average 41.23).

Victory in women’s team competition went to Switzerland, with total score 711 (average 39.50). Germany was second with total score 732 (average 40.67), and Austria third with total score 752 (average 41.78).

Best players of the friendly tournament were Herbert Bäk (WAT 21) with average 33.20, Philipp Albrechtsberger (WAT 21) 34.00, Christian Freilach (Austria) and Marco Templin (Germany), both with average 34.60.


Rebecca Weber of team Switzerland. (Photo by minigolfnews.com 2009.)

Individual results:

Women (6 rounds):

01.   38.00   Sandra Wicki (SUI)
02.   38.67   Stefanie Kern (GER)
03.   38.83   Rebecca Weber (SUI)
04.   39.83   Birgit Heschl (AUT)
05.   40.50   Alice Kobisch (GER)
06.   41.67   Anita Büttiker (SUI)
07.   42.00   Andrea Hackl (AUT)
08.   42.83   Jessica Werkmann (GER)
09.   43.50   Elisabeth Gruber (AUT)
10.   51.50   Karin Klupaty (AUT)

Men (5 rounds):

01.   33.20   Herbert Bäk (WAT21)
02.   34.00   Philipp Albrechtsberger (WAT21)
03.   34.60   Marco Templin (GER)
04.   34.60   Christian Freilach (AUT)
05.   36.20   Achim Braungart-Zink (GER)
06.   36.80   Marco Henning (GER)
07.   36.80   Vitus Spescha (SUI)
08.   37.00   Heinz Weber (AUT)
09.   37.00   Manfred Lindmayr (AUT)
10.   37.00   Mike Mann (SUI)
11.   37.60   Csaba Pálinkás (WAT21)
12.   38.00   Alexander Geist (GER)
13.   38.20   Oleg Klassen (GER)
14.   38.60   Sascha Spreier (GER)
15.   39.00   Marco Eigenmann (GER)
16.   39.00   Ádám Fazekas (WAT21)
17.   39.20   Daniel Klosek (GER)
18.   39.20   Christian Gobetz (AUT)
19.   39.50   Markus Berger (AUT) 4 rounds
20.   40.00   Günther Inmann (AUT)
21.   40.00   Christian Schlager (AUT) 2 rounds
22.   40.20   Rudolf Klupaty (AUT)
23.   40.40   Max Hermann (GER)
24.   41.40   Miroslav Stoparic (GER)
25.   41.80   Marcus Rottensteiner (WAT21)
26.   42.00   Raphael Wietlisbach (SUI)
27.   42.40   Jürgen Bertel (AUT)
28.   42.80   Norbert Wagenhofer (WAT21)
29.   42.80   Martin Kaiser (SUI)
30.   44.20   Marvin Hauri (SUI)
31.   44.60   Martin Knapp (AUT)
32.   45.40   Bernd Gaida (AUT)
33.   46.40   Reto Sommer (SUI)
34.   49.60   Marco Nicolussi (SUI)

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Austria Wagi (Norbert Wagenhofer)

11 Jun 2009 at 23:42
Live results of the last two days in Austrian Bundesliga (12.+13.6.2009) on felt course in Wasserpark can be found on www.wat21.at

Greetings Wagi

Finland JJM (John Mittler)

04 Jun 2009 at 18:01
One of your photos shows the "DNF" round of Fazekas as a fully played 53, so I corrected the individual results with this information: Fazekas played average 39.00, not 35.50.

http://www.wat21.at/gal-dat/lk2009/img_0658.html

Austria Wagi (Norbert Wagenhofer)

04 Jun 2009 at 17:38
A lot of pictures can be found at www.wat21.at

Austria Wagi (Norbert Wagenhofer)

04 Jun 2009 at 11:57
Adam, it was a pleasure for us to involve you in our team!
Great performance - especially last round!:)


Hungary ficakHUN (Adam Fazekas)

03 Jun 2009 at 19:42
Thank you Pasi, and i also would like to say a big thank for WAT21 for givin' me the chance to play

Finland JJM (John Mittler)

02 Jun 2009 at 20:51
Big hand to WAT21 for their long commitment to raise players of small minigolf countries like Hungary and Slovenia.

Finland HansIII (Pasi Aho)

02 Jun 2009 at 20:45
Adam Fazekas 5th! Wow, big hand to the young man!

Finland JJM (John Mittler)

02 Jun 2009 at 17:16
Updated: women’s team results and individual averages of AUT-GER-SUI-WAT21 friendly match.

Netherlands Tiek (Erik Tiekstra)

02 Jun 2009 at 15:27
Do you always speak about yourself in a 3rd person? :) haha
Well, good to add it anyway! Good work

Austria hasi (Christian Freilach)

01 Jun 2009 at 21:44
As there was said the German team was playing without the Erlbruch brothers, there should be noted also the winning team of WAT 21 has played without Heinz Weber and Christian Freilach, who played both in the Austrian team. With these two players the WAT score performance would have been better at about 50 points.

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