Results of the Putt18 4 Nations Cup international golf putting tournament.
We played in the inaugural Putt18 4 Nations Cup international miniature golf putting competition at the weekend.
The event saw us compete for the UK against pairs from Australia, New Zealand and the USA.
Each player had a 16-minute time limit to play four 18-hole rounds for a 72-hole total score.
The results of the Putt18 4 Nations Cup
The event was won by the New Zealand team of Cameron Couper and Matt Ansley with an 8-round total of 572.
The Australian duo of Josh Mars and Nathan Lamplough were runners-up with a total of 583.
The USA team of Pat Sheridan and Tom Loftus were in third place with a total of 604.
Emily and I shot an 8-round total of 658. Not too bad considering we only had a day to practice!
The low round of the event was shot by Australia's Josh Mars with a score of 65.
We're looking forward to playing some more competitions and friendlies on the Putt18 game mat. We'll be trying out the set in different spots around the house to find the optimum putting surface too.
Many thanks to the team at Putt18 for sending us the game mat and selecting us to play in the event.
Visit the Putt18 website for more information.
You can watch each player's four rounds in the videos in this blog post about the competition.