Karl Lakos scores 21 on beton
08 Jan 2008 at 13:17 | Published by: JJM | Views: 6753 | News search
Austrian veteran player Karl Lakos opened the year with
the round of his life,
points on a beton course (100% size), at Enns Hallenturnier
on 5–6 January 2008.
Lakos finished third in the competition, with his rollercoaster performance
29 27 32
28 21 =
The first place was shared by Marc Cervinka and Peter Helm, with an average score
The official world record on beton courses is
points, played by Anders Olsson of Sweden in 2006.
(The unofficial record is
points, played by Stefan Björk of Sweden in a small competition,
which was not considered official for world records.)
This is only the second time in history that an Austrian player scores
points on beton. Simon Schatz was the first Austrian to
achieve this score, in Austrian junior championships 2007.
» results of Enns Hallenturnier 2008
» Austrian records in minigolf
» World records in minigolf