Sean Homer won the event with his four-round score of 128(-16), following rounds of 32, 28, 34 and 34. Homer, Captain of the Kent Minigolf Club, also set the new BMGA Course Record on the Treasure Island course with a score of 28(-8) in his second round.
Runner-up in the 72-hole, 12-player field was Oxford’s Michael Smith. Planet Hastings Crazy Golf Club member John ‘Ted’ McIver was third. McIver set the BMGA Course Record of 30(-6) on the Pirate’s Cove course.
Brechin’s Freddie Blackburn-Shaw was in fifth place, with David Leitch winning the top novice prize. Christopher Prosser was the runner-up novice, and John Jackson was third.
The tournament Aces Champion was Marion Homer from Greenhithe, who scored 15 holes-in-one across the four rounds.
The Pirate-themed courses – Treasure Island and Pirate's Cove – offer players the opportunity to have fun, test their skill and win “Treasure”
• Full results of the BMGA Scottish Open 2011 can be found at:
• Photos of the competition, courtesy of the Kent Minigolf Club, can be found at:
The BMGA Tour consists of Minigolf ranking events that take place at Minigolf, Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf courses across the UK. Last year there were 22 BMGA Tour competitions and a total of 15 players lifted BMGA Tour titles.
For further details about the BMGA and UK Minigolf and Crazy Golf please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.minigolf.org.uk
The 2011 BMGA Tour Calendar can be viewed online at http://www.minigolf.org.uk/
For more information on the Adventure Golf Island course in Dunfermline please visit http://www.adventure-
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The BMGA is the governing body for Minigolf Sport, including Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf. Formed in 1998 the BMGA organises Minigolf tournaments for its members across the UK.