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Experience rules in Salzburg


Austria 19 Nov 2007 at 21:10 | Published by: JJM | Views: 7574 | News search

Experience rules in Salzburg Decades of experience was the key to success in Sport Oase Marathon, played at the indoor eternite course of Salzburg, Austria on 17-18 November 2007.

Austrian national team player 1983–1997 Johann Plachota crowned his comeback (after a decade away from minigolf competitions) with the first place in this top-class competition, together with his team partner Michael Gebetshammer.

The second place was taken by none less experienced Heinz Weber & Christian Freilach (both of them medalists in international major championships), followed by Erik Schweinzer & Andreas Lackner on third place.

The evergreen Austrian legends Claudia & Reinhard Schuster took fourth place, leaving the visiting German stars Harald Erlbruch & Corina Reinisch on 5th rank.

There have been days in minigolf when junior players win everyone, but this was not one of those days. Decades of experience outpowered young talent at the difficult eternite course of Sport Oase in Salzburg.


Heinz
Weber
 

Christian
Freilach
 

Andreas
Lackner
 

Erik
Schweinzer
 

Reinhard
Schuster

Claudia
Schuster

Harald
Erlbruch

Corina
Reinisch

photos by SBGF, ÖBGV, OPC and 

» results of the competition
» Sport Oase indoor eternite course in Salzburg, Austria

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German juniors beat Switzerland

Germany 18 Nov 2007 at 20:52 | views: 7130 | Comments: 0

Switzerland was no match for Germany in the yearly practice competition between the juniors of these countries, played on 18 November 2007 at the indoor eternite course of Lorsch, Germany. German junior boys whitewashed their southern neigbours by ...
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Old foxes conquer 30 h marathon

Old foxes conquer 30 h marathon

Switzerland 12 Nov 2007 at 09:15 | views: 7191 | Comments: 0

International stars of the past millennium stole the show in Swiss 30 h Marathon, which is played annually at Bassersdorf indoor 80% beton course (also known as Grindel-Kloten). Joachim Sturm of Germany (bronze at World Champs 1991 & 1993) and Michael ...
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Legends fall at Crazy Golf Championships

United Kingdom 28 Oct 2007 at 21:37 | views: 8180 | Comments: 0

A minigolfer hits the ball, trying to score a hole-in-one. If he misses, the ball is left where it stops, and the second player of the group hits a ball on the lane. Also this ball is left where it stops, and the third player of the group hits a ball on the ...
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Blue moments in European Cup

Europe 27 Oct 2007 at 17:11 | views: 7217 | Comments: 0

Uppsala BGK played mostly a colour of its own in European Cup 2007, and scored some of the greatest win margins ever seen in international minigolf competitions. Silver medalists lost to Uppsala BGK 136 points in men’s team competition (3.24 points ...
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