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Nick Kraus, of Menomonee Falls and Sister Bay, WI, scored a 3 round total of 108 to claim the championship trophy, $2000 cash prize and the Red Jacket. All six members of the Kraus family have played in the tournament for several years. Nick, age 17, is the first to bring home a First Place Trophy! The tournament was held at the Red Putter Mini Golf in Ephraim, Wisconsin, USA on August 4th. The next three players were tied with a score of 109. After an intense playoff, Paul Nelson, of Fish Creek, took home the second place trophy by acing hole 3, the Badger. Matthew McCaslin narrowly beat out Gary Hester for the third place trophy. Last year's champion James Sullivan was just behind the pack at 110. Tim Tally had the best single round of 32. Next year's tournament will...
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Accra, Ghana – The first Coca-Cola Open Africa Minigolf Championship was held from July 25th to July 29th, with players from across many nations battling for the top shot and a chance to appear in the Major Series of Putting (MSOP) event in October in Las Vegas, USA. The tournament featured three events over the weekend: individual stroke play (both men’s and women’s divisions), mixed pairs and a knockout event. Over the various events, 90 competitors took their putters to the greens, representing 15 African nations and 3 guest European nations. The guests were not eligible to win the title of men’s, women’s or mixed pairs African champions but were eligible to win the knockout event. Kelvin Boateng from Ghana was the overall winner and the winner of the men’s division, being one of only 4 players to card a score below 36 for the weekend. He...
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It's been a while since we've summarized some of the amazing ways miniature golf is having a positive impact on our communities and in that time there has been an abundance of articles about events big and small around the world. We're highlight some of the ones we find most fascinating in this latest installment of our series. You can visit Part 6 of this series to take a look at the last series of events. First up comes a major fundraiser out of Maine, USA. A lot of local charity minigolf events raise a couple thousand dollars for their cause. This event, Putt 4 Cass, raised over $18,500 (~15.870 EUR) for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, in honor of a local volunteer who died in a tragic accident in 2014. This was the second year of the minigolf event, which had replaced a...
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