The recent Minigolf European Cup for national club champion teams was won by 1.MGC Mainz (Germany) and Uppsala BGK (Sweden), with both sides successfully defending the titles in the women’s and men’s competitions. The win was extra special for Uppsala BGK as it was the fifth EMF European Cup victory in-a-row for the club.

Clubs from ten countries competed at the 18-hole Miniaturegolf course at MC Schriesheim in the three-day tournament, with teams from Austria, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands represented.

A total of 108 players, eleven men’s and nine women’s teams were in action and an incredible forty perfect rounds of 18(-18) were recorded during the event.

EMF European Cup 2014 Women’s Team Championships

1st: 1.MGC Mainz (Germany)

2nd: MGC 90´Brno (Czech Republic)

3rd: 1.MGC Göttingen (Germany)

EMF European Cup 2014 Men’s Team Championships

1st: Uppsala BGK (Sweden)

2nd: BGS Hardenberg-Pötter (Germany)

3rd: Tantogarden BGK (Sweden)

Pavel Gerža from MGC Olomouc (Czech Republic) recorded the lowest men's score with a nine-round total of 170 with rounds of 21, 18, 18, 19, 20, 18, 19, 19 and 18.

Stefanie Blendermann of MC Olten (Switzerland) was the leading player in the women's tournament with a nine-round total of 181 after scoring rounds of 24, 19, 19, 20, 21, 21, 19, 20 and 18.

The EMF European Cup 2014 was jointly organised by the DMV (German Minigolf Sport Federation) and MC Schriesheim and supported by BMW Knopf, TI Automotive, Nestel Schöller and the WMF Gold Sponsors.

Further information about the event and full results can be found on the tournament website at http://ec2014.com/ and http://mcschriesheim.de/. The EMF European Cup 2014 Facebook page is at https://www.facebook.com/miniaturgolfsportclubschriesheim 

The World Minigolf Sport Federation (WMF) is the umbrella organisation of Minigolf sports association's worldwide and continental associations in Asia, Europe and America. The WMF currently has 47 member nations whose players and clubs play on four Minigolf systems recognised by the WMF – Concrete, Miniaturegolf, Feltgolf and Minigolf Open Standard (MOS). The WMF is a member of SportAccord.

The European Minigolf Sport Federation (EMF) is the umbrella organisation of Minigolf sports association's across Europe and has 32 member nations. The EMF is part of the World Minigolf Sport Federation.

For further information about the WMF and international Minigolf competitions please visit http://www.minigolfsport.com and the EMF website at http://www.minigolf-europe.org

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Evgeny Kaplun, WMF Media Manager

Email: mediamanager@minigolfsport.com