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British Championship 2012
23.06.2012 - 24.06.2012
Hastings Seafront Pirate Golf - Hastings
BMGA 2012


Congratulations to Michael Smith for becoming the new British Champion and cementing his position as UK number one in the process. John McIver took second place overall along with the British Senior Champion title with Adam Kelly taking third place and retaining his British Junior Championship in the process. Nick Sandqvist came 4th overall.

2012 British Championship winners

Brenda Smith won the Novice Champion title with Brad Shepherd taking the tournament Aces Champion prize.

In the Category 2 players, Will Donnelly took first place, with Richard Gottfried taking 2nd place and Chris Jones 3rd place.

In the Seniors Category Tony Kelly took the runner up slot with Chris Jones in 3rd.

In the Juniors Category, Will Donnelly took the runner up slot with Freddie Blackburn-Shaw in 3rd place.

In the Womens Category, Ruth Burke took the first place with Brenda Smith the runner up.

Full round by round results can be found at

Photos from the weekend can be found at (courtesy of the kent Minigolf Club)

Thanks to the Mayor of Hastings, Councillor Alan Roberts for making the Championship presentation and to all who played for making it a great weekend. many thanks also to Keith Kellard, Tournament Director and Marion Homer for their tireless efforts in making the whole event run so smoothly and to all of the team at Hastings Adventure Golf for their support and hospitality throughout the event.


Hastings Seafront Pirate GolfMap
Hastings Seafront Pirate Golf   -   Website


The Pirate Golf course is not for those of a nervous disposition. As players make their way around the course, the main event is a set-piece battle between two pirate ships, the 'Lacey Ann' and the 'Sally Jo', with cannon fire, explosions, and splashes as the cannonballs land perilously close to the players and spray water all over them. Further on, there is even a giant talking skull that has a nasty habit of eating your golf ball.

This 18-hole course also features some new obstacles for players who like a bit of a challenge. Some of the holes are raised 'volcano' style, some on plateaus where it is all too easy to overshoot and see your ball roll down the other side. There are several water features to negotiate as well, along with tunnels, ramps and banked curves.

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