- TBC BMGA Lost World Pro-Am Classic, Lost World Adventure Golf, Hemsby, Norfolk
Further tournaments, including the various Club Opens, the BMGA British Doubles, and other Minigolf events will be announced when they are confirmed as the season progresses.
Sponsorship and promotional opportunities are available for all British Minigolf Association events and the BMGA invites potential partners to get in touch. Please contact the BMGA for further information.
BMGA Chairman Sean Homer said "The 2013 season promises to be another excellent year for the British Minigolf Association Tour and I am delighted to announce the details of all the Majors for the forthcoming year along with a number of other events that will be taking place throughout 2013."
The British Minigolf Association (BMGA) is the governing body for Minigolf Sport, including Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf. Formed in 1998 the BMGA Tour consists of Minigolf ranking events that take place at Minigolf, Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf courses across the UK. During the 2012 season the British Minigolf Association organised a total of 28 Minigolf tournaments around the country. This included fourteen ranking events at eleven Miniature Golf, Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf courses. There were a further fourteen Minigolf competitions played during the year and a number of additional non-ranking titles contested. A total of 22 players won a Minigolf title in 2012.
The British Minigolf Association always welcomes new members. Anyone living in the UK and aged at least 14 can join in the fun. For 2013 the BMGA is again offering two tiers of membership. BMGA Tour Card Membership costs £20 and entitles players to discounted pre-event practice rates at tournament venues on the calendar (some venues will offer these rates all season). Alternatively you can register for free membership via the BMGA website, ensuring you receive regular newsletters on forthcoming events and results from the BMGA Tour.
For further details about the BMGA and UK Minigolf please email email@example.com or visit http://www.minigolf.org.uk.