On July 8th, twenty-seven golfers from Belarus, Russia, and South Korea gathered to compete for the treasured cup. Minsk Golf Cup 2.0 was scored using Stableford and Stroke Play. Stableford is a very common scoring system in golf whereby points are awarded on each hole according to how the player does against their own handicap. Stroke Play, also known as medal play, provides an incentive for players to improve their golf games.
All groups teed off simultaneously from designated holes at 11a.m. Receiving a prize is always an amazing feeling; therefore we arranged the surprising and memorable Long Drive and Closest to the pin.
Both adults and juniors were competing on the 18-holle championship course. Mikhail Zaginailo who is only 14 years old took the third place in the third category (Men, НСР 26-36, Stableford). Thanks and Congratulations to Minsk Golf Cup 2.0 Tournament Sponsors and Players! We hope all of you had a wonderful day on the green, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Minsk Golf Cup 2.0 Tournament Winners:
- Gross – Igor Alkhimovich
Cat 1 (Men, НСР 0-25,9 Stroke Play):
- First place – Gheorghii Prigozhy
- Second place – Alexander Maksimchik
- Third place – Andrey Yaruk
Cat 2 (Men, НСР 26-36, Stableford):
- First place – Alexander Martynenko
- Second place – Andrey Khaletsky
- Third place – Mikhail Zaginaylo
Cat 3 (Women, HCP 0-36, Stableford):
- First place – Oksana Kuskova
- Second place – Kim Sung Hee
- Third place – Zhanna Maximchik
- Women’s Long Drive – Zhanna Maximchik
- Men’s Long Drive – Kwom Hyuk Sei
- Women’s Closest to the Pin – Zhanna Maximchik
- Men’s Closest to the Pin – Igor Alkhimovich