For Immediate Release
Minigolf Report from Nottingham
Luton Minigolfers Richard and Emily Gottfried competed in the BMGA English Open minigolf tournament at The Lost City Adventure Golf course in Nottingham on Sunday 5th October.
The English Open was played over three-rounds on the 18-hole Temple Trail Adventure Golf course and Emily and Richard tied on a score of 101(-7), alongside Nottingham’s Jam Trubridge. A total of 27-players competed in the event.
Emily scored rounds of 35, 32 and 34 and finished in 9th place with a round difference of three.
|Emily Gottfried on the Temple Trail course at The Lost City Adventure Golf course in Nottingham|
Richard scored rounds of 30, 34 and 37 and was classified in 11th place with a round difference of seven shots.
|Richard Gottfried playing at The Lost City Adventure Golf course in Nottingham|
Emily said “The Temple Trail was a great course to play, with some easy and some challenging holes. My round of 32 was a particular highlight. I really enjoyed playing in the English Open and was pleased to finish 9th overall.”
Richard said “I was happy with my opening round of 30, but disappointed with my third-round as I was chasing a podium finish. Great play by Emily again though. I’m now really looking forward to the World Crazy Golf Championships.”
Sean Homer won the BMGA English Open with a 54-hole score of 86(-22).
Emily’s good form continued following her win in the 2014 Holiday on the Buses Crazy Golf Pro Tournament in Prestatyn, North Wales last weekend. Playing in a six-player contest Emily won with a round of 35(-1) to lift the trophy on the 18-hole Arnold Palmer Crazy Golf course at the town’s Central Beach.
|Emily Gottfried - Holiday on the Buses Crazy Golf Pro Champion 2014|