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What a start to the 2019 Putting Tour for the New Zealand Minigolf Federation. February 16th saw 21 players battle it out on a very warm and windy Saturday afternoon for the Coachofgolf.com Classic. at Lilliputt's Safari and T Rex Alley Mini Golf in Auckland. The course was playing a tad slower than usual and the windy conditions caused a lot of sweeping of the course. All part of the fun of Minigolf. The course par for Safari course is 43 and a number of players were expecting to be in the mid to late 30s. Round one saw a number of nerves coming through and some steady play but nothing amazing. John Ansley and Cameron Couper finished round one tied for the lead on -5 (38), with Darren Prole a shot back on -4 (39), Matt Ansley in fourth on -3 (40) and Murray Cramp coming in...
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Our first interview of 2019 took us to New Zealand, where we caught up with international player, Matt Ansley. Matt took the time to talk to our reporter, Steve Lovell, about growing the sport back home, learning about the equipment and how he found his trip to the WMF conference in Munich, Germany. Steve Lovell (SL): Hi Matt, introduce yourself to everyone. Matt Ansley (MA): Hi everyone. I'm Matt Ansley, I'm 34 years old, 35 next month in March. I live in Auckland, New Zealand, and been here since 2005. My hometown is Whanganui in the lower part of the North Island. I work for ?Believe It Or Not Quiz Events?, we make, produce and send out pub quiz nights (trivia nights in other parts of the world) to venues all across New Zealand. I've been there since 2008. I host a quiz at three venues each week, Monday, Tuesday...
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We're trying to kick start the new year right by returning to some of our series that feature looks at miniature golf in non-competitive arenas. We're headed back into our piece that highlights the impact it can have on our communities in Part 8 of our "Bettering the Community" series. If you missed Part 7 last year, you can visit it here. We start this review with two articles that look how miniature golf has played an impact in a youth's life by helping him achieve the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts. For those not familiar with the program or rank, to achieve Scouting's top honor an individual must plan and execute a community service project, leading other scouts and adults to accomplish the goal. (Editors Note: I'm also an Eagle Scout so have a great amount of respect for these projects...
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