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Netherlands vs Belgium - first day


Europe 19 Oct 2009 at 09:52 | Published by: Tiek | Views: 6219 | News search

Netherlands vs Belgium - first day The first round of the yearly fight between the two teams of the Netherlands and Belgium has been played last weekend. Both countries got together in Spoordonk, on the same course as the European Cup of 2004.

The men-teams excists of 12 players where the best 11 results of each round counts. A total of 4 rounds are played each day. After the first day it was Belgium who is leading with a difference of 20 shots. (1107 - 1087). Best players of both teams were Steven Steiger (NL - 93) and Carsten Mertens (BE - 91).


The Dutch team
Dirk-Jan v/d Laak
Ramon Craane
Martin van Holland
Wilbert van Helmond
Roland Klarenbeek
Rinse Jasper
Gerty Berentsen
Wilco de Blok
Enne de Haan
Roy Tromp
Steven Steiger
René Bos

The Belgian team
Johan Spinnoy
Thierry Cappe
Lino Ottiviani
Michaël Thewis
Michaël Petit
Erwin Ottiviani
Erwin Hansen
Alain Urbain
Raymond Leemans
Carsten Mertens
Michaël Jacob
Pascal Hansen


The women-teams excists of 6 players where the best 5 results of each round counts. The team of the Netherlands are leading with 34 shots. The ladies needed a total of 494 shots (24,7 average). The best players of both teams were Natasja Klarenbeek (NL - 88) and Irene Piton & Greta Janssens (BE - 105).

The Dutch team
Mechelina Berentsen
Wendy van Luypen
Ilona de Kok
Ingrid v/d Laan
Annie Jasper
Natasja Klarenbeek
The Belgian team
Régine Payen
Catherine Massem
Christiane Ottiviani
Iréne Piton
Laurence Spinnoy
Gréta Janssens

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Greg Newport picks his second USPMGA major title

United States of America 19 Oct 2009 at 09:09 | views: 7655 | Comments: 5

Greg Newport won Minigolf US Masters 2009 in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, with average score 32.67 in 12 rounds. This was the second major tournament victory for Newport, who won Minigolf US Open in 2007. Greg has won PPA Doubles Championship twice (2004 ...
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Ekman plays average 20.80 in Rahola, Tampere

Ekman plays average 20.80 in Rahola, Tampere

Finland 18 Oct 2009 at 19:51 | views: 6237 | Comments: 0

Former national team player Axel Ekman won the winter season opener at Rahola eternite course in Tampere, Finland, with average score 20.80 in 5 rounds. Total averages under 21.00 are not seen every day at this course, which has several quite tricky lanes. At ...
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Swedish Mixed Championship

Sweden 12 Oct 2009 at 18:56 | views: 6380 | Comments: 0

This years Swedish Mixed Championship was played at an indoor course in Vinslöv, south of Sweden. Unlike last year, when the Championship was played on eternite in wellknown MunktellArena in Eskilstuna, this year there was played on a pretty difficult felt course. ...
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14 years old Adam Kelly wins London Open

14 years old Adam Kelly wins London Open

United Kingdom 12 Oct 2009 at 13:30 | views: 5855 | Comments: 1

14 years old Adam Kelly became one of the youngest tournament winners in BMGA history, as he won London Open at Lammas Park adventure golf course on 10 October 2009. (The youngest winner in BMGA history is Rocky Bullin, who won Midland Open 2006 at the age of 11 ...
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