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Champions crowned at the EMF European Cup of Minigolf

Uppsala BGK from Sweden and 1.MGC Mainz from Germany win the EMF European Cup Minigolf Championships for National Club Champion Teams in Holešov, Czech Republic.

 Nineteen teams from ten countries recently competed in the EMF European Cup Minigolf tournament for national club champions held at the 18-hole Miniaturegolf course at MGC Holešov in Holešov, Czech Republic. The three-day competition saw Uppsala BGK from Sweden retain their title as the EMF European Cup men's champions, with 1.MGC Mainz from Germany victorious in the EMF European Cup women's championship.

The three-day, nine-round, 162-hole tournament was held on the between the 3rd and 5th of October. 107 players competed in the event with eleven teams in the men's event and eight in the women's competition.

Tournament organiser Martin Tomanek said “The tournament was organized on a Miniaturegolf course located in a former open-air cinema in the town’s centre. Conditions were challenging for both players and organisers and despite chilling temperatures in the mornings with ice having to be removed from several lanes and obstacles, the results of some players were excellent. Congratulations to all of the winners and thank you to all competitors for taking part.”

The best male player, Carl-Johan Ryner from Uppsala BGK, scored 179 shots in nine rounds, an average of 19.9 per round.

The best female player, Jana Nakládalová from Brno, scored 191 shots in nine rounds for an average of 21.2.

The best female team 1.MGC Mainz had an average of 22.8 and the best male team Uppsala BGK an average of 21.1 shots.

Women teams:
1 - 1. MGC Mainz (Germany)
2 - MC Olten (Switzerland)
3 - MGC Göttingen (Germany)

Men teams:
1 - Uppsala BGK (Sweden)
2 - BGS Hardenberg-Pötter (Germany)
3 - SK Tempo Praha (Czech Republic)

Teams from Sweden, Germany, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Italy, Finland, Austria, Netherlands, Slovakia and Portugal competed in the event.

Full results of the tournament can be found at http://vysledky.minigolfnews.cz/ec2013/result.htm  

The tournament web page is http://www.mgcHolesov.cz

A photo gallery can be found at http://www.mgcHolesov.cz/fotogalerie-2/ec-2013

The World Minigolf Sport Federation (WMF) is the umbrella organisation of Minigolf sports association's worldwide and continental associations in Asia, Europe and America. There are four Minigolf systems recognised by the WMF – Concrete, Miniaturegolf, Feltgolf and Minigolf Open Standard (MOS). For more information, please visit the WMF website http://minigolfsport.com and the WMF news site.

This year has seen international Minigolf championships held in the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain and Portugal.

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Evgeny Kaplun
WMF Media Manager

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