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Title:
London Open 2009
When:
10.10.2009
Where:
Staines - Staines
Category:
BMGA 2009

Description

14 year-old Adam Kelly from Cambridge collected his first British Minigolf Association (BMGA) Tour victory on Saturday afternoon as he beat 21 players to become the new London Open minigolf champion.

The London Open competition was held over two rounds at the 18-hole Adventure Golf course at Lammas Park in Staines, and saw Adam Kelly score a first round of 39 (+3) followed by a 34 (-2) (equalling the course record set by Alan Norman in the first round) to take the 2009 London Open title with a score of 73 (+1), five shots clear of the players in second place.

The battle for second place came down to a four-player play-off which was won by Luton’s Richard Gottfried at the third extra hole. The 2006 London Open winner David Corkett finished in third place following the play-off which also included his London Minigolf Club team mates Jon Angel and Alan Norman.

A play-off also decided the winner of the Aces prize for most holes-in-one, with Newcastle’s John Moore beating Cwmbran’s Cindy Kukielka and London’s Gareth Holmes.

Full results are below:

Rank Player Rd1 Rd2 Total Average Aces
1 Adam KELLY 39 34*  73 36.5 7
2 Richard GOTTFRIED 40 38 78 39 1  6
3 David CORKETT 41 37 78 39 2 5
4 Jon ANGEL 40 38 78 39 3
5 Alan NORMAN 34*  44 78 39 6
6 John MOORE 41 38 79 39.5 7
7 Ruth BULLIN 37 43 80 40 2
8 Emily GOTTFRIED 38 43 81 40.5 4
9 Nick CHITTY 42 41 83 41.5 3
10= Scott LANCLEY 45 40 85 42.5 5
10= Paul JOHNSON 43 42 85 42.5 5
12 Steve GOW 41 45 86 43 2
13= Brad SHEPHERD 44 43 87 43.5 2
13= Chris JONES 45 42 87 43.5 1
15 Tony KELLY 43 45 88 44 2
16= Gareth HOLMES 44 45 89 44.5 7
16= Lionel BENDER 46 43 89 44.5 1
16= Cindy KUKIELKA 42 47 89 44.5 7
16= Leo KUKIELKA 47 42 89 44.5 4
20 Sean HOMER 45 47 92 46 2
21 Jas KUKIELKA 51 48 99 49.5 3
22 Owen JOHNSON 63 50 113 56.5 1

* New BMGA record (jointly held by Alan Norman & Adam Kelly)
1 won 4 way play-off on 3rd hole
2 won 2 way play-off on 4th hole

The tournament was organised by the British Minigolf Association and the new BMGA British Club Champions the London Minigolf Club. The next tournaments on the BMGA Tour calendar are the Castle Golf World Crazy Golf Championships in Hastings in two weeks time, and the season-closing Kent Open in Margate in early November.

Venue

Venue:
Staines

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