Patty Schnyder wins Volvo Women’s
Swiss lefty Patty Schnyder romped in the finals of the
Volvo Women’s Open, defeating 1997 champion Henrietta Nagyova from
Slovakia in straight sets 6-0, 6-4 at the Dusit Resort, Pattaya on Sunday,
Schnyder, who said she, “dedicated the win to her cat
Rudi” that died two days earlier, won the first seven games of the match
before Nagyova was able to break through.
Schnyder was crowned champion of the Volvo Women’s Open 2001 played at
the Dusit Resort Pattaya.
Both women were content to play from the baseline,
waiting for the other to make a mistake. This was perhaps a flaw in
strategy for Nagyova, as the few times she approached the net she won the
point (3 in all throughout the entire match).
Nagyova made the match interesting in the 2nd set,
breaking Schnyder’s serve to close the set to 5-4, but too many unforced
errors and generous line calls led to her demise. During the match,
Schnyder hit 16 winners to Nagyova’s 11 (5-0 in the first set), whilst
having only 29 unforced errors to Nagyova’s 41. Patty Schnyder also had
4 aces to Nagyova’s none.
Both women were affected by the heat, although
Nagyova’s stomach problems seemed to affect her more.
At match point, Patty Schnyder hit two brilliant shots,
one painting the line to her right that Nagyova was able to return, the
other just inside the line to her left that Nagyova had no chance to
return, winning Schnyder the championship and the US$16,000 first prize.
Nagyova earned US$9,000 for finishing runner-up.
The win was Patty Schnyder’s first in five tries
against world #22 Henrietta Nagyova. Schnyder, who is ranked 44th in the
world, also beat defending champion Anne Kremer in the quarterfinals.
In the tournament’s doubles championship match, Asa
Carlsson from Sweden and Iroda Tulyaganova from Uzbekistan beat Liezel
Huber from South Africa and Wynne Prakusya from Indonesia, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Nachimi Itakura and Kim Haugen win 2001
AMF Bowling World Cup titles
Nachimi Itakura of Japan and Kim Haugen of Norway won
the women and men’s titles at the 2001 AMF Bowling World Cup in Pattaya.
Itakura disposed of the Philippines Liza del Rosario in
two games, 247-224 and 257-224, to become the first Japanese man or woman
ever to capture the Bowling World Cup. Itakura, a 26-year-old resident of
Wakayama City who would like to become a professional bowler, said two
motivating factors contributed to her victory.
Kim Haugen bowled an outstanding 290 final string to win to 2001 AMF
Bowling World Cup men’s title (photo by Jan Olav Aamlid)
“My mother was in the crowd today, cheering me on,
and I wanted to play well and give her a victory,” Itakura said.
“Also, my Japan Bowling Congress coach told me to come home a winner, so
now I can fulfill his request and bring home Japan’s first World Cup.”
Haugen, who went into the arena phase as the No. 8
seed, was nearly perfect as he scoured the 1999 AMF Bowling World Cup
champion Ahmed Shaheen of Qatar, 238-216 and 290-186. Haugen, 22, follows
in the steps of two other Norwegian World Cup champions, two-time winner
Arne Stroem and the 1994 champion, Tore Torgersen, in capturing Norway’s
fourth Bowling World Cup championship.
Itakura of Japan earned the women’s title in the 2001 AMF Bowling World
Cup played at the PS Bowl in Pattaya (photo by Jan Olav Aamlid)
“What I’ve done hasn’t really sunk in yet,”
Haugen said afterward. “I didn’t allow myself to think of a victory
even when Shaheen left the 4-6-7-9-10 split in the middle of the final
game. I knew that something like that could happen just as easily to me,
and I felt that I had to keep my mind on my next frame only.
“All week long, I just wanted to do my best, and
it’s a wonderful feeling to know that my best was good enough to win.”
Thailand’s Somdech BoonLung suffered scores of 140
and 163 in two of her last 8 strings in the last qualifying round leading
up to the final groupings, and finished tied for 29th place with total pin
fall of 4,275 and an average of 178.13.
The 38th AMF Bowling World Cup will be held in Riga,
Latvia, October 20-26, 2002. AMF Bowling is the world’s largest owner
and operator of bowling centers, and is based in Richmond, Va., USA.
Pool players wanted! Is this the only cue
Following some good natured banter at the bar in
Shenanigans, it was decided that it was a good idea for Shenanigans to
field a pool playing team to challenge other pubs and social groups.
(Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time.) After several ales the
Pattaya Mail’s Dr. Iain allowed himself into being cajoled into the job
as Shenanigans captain, while Rick (of Rick and Harpic fame) said he would
rustle up a team from Foster Wheeler, which he has done. However,
Shenanigans has been rather lax so far, having attracted only two starters
- the good doctor and Malcolm Clare. Dr. Iain assures us that he has the
balls for the game - he just needs more players!
Since this is “social” pool, the team should be
made up of 6 to 8 players and there is no sexual discrimination. So if you
know one end of a pool cue from the other and like having a good time,
then Shenanigans has the team for you! Please contact Kim Fletcher at the
bar, or Dr. Iain as he flits from venue to venue.
Mio bowls best series of the new season
Pattaya Sports Club Friday Bowling League
Captain Mio led her House of the Golden Coin to a
three-point victory over Sultans of Swing with games of 243, 201 and 211 for
a 645 series and moved her team into second place ahead of Shakey Pete’s.
plus bowlers on the day from left to right: Mio, Somrak, Tue and La (Nut
& Sven not shown)
Cafe Ole took three points from Shakey Pete’s with
Somrak leading the way with a 210 game and 548 series. La led Shakey
Pete’s with a first game of 212 and a 528 series.
The Winchester Club once again increased their first
place lead, winning three points from VFW Post 9876. Harmut led the
Winchester team with a 522 series and Sven chipped in with a 200 game. Nut
knocked down the most pins for VFW with a 211 game and 550 series.
Cafe Kronborg managed to climb out of the cellar and
moved up to a tie for fifth place behind Captain Kran’s 540 series and
took three points from the Three Sisters team. Tue led Three Sisters with
games of 202, 167, and 205 for a 574 series.
House of the Golden Coin
VFW Post 9876
Sultans of Swing
Race Tightens in PSC Cafe Kronborg Tuesday
left) Ooy 202, Mio 214, 212, La 214,2 01, Nut 205 and Suphan 210
There were some very good scores in week 9 of the PSC
Cafe Kronborg Bowling League competition and some very hard fought
matches. Mio had games of 214 & 212, La games of 214 & 201, Ooy
202, Nut 205, and Suphan 210. All these high scores made up for some of
the surprise results, as league leader Kran’s team was beaten by
Somrak’s team 3-1. Jeed’s team, without Captain Jeed but with Tue as
spare, beat Otto’s team 3-1. Mio’s team won in a very close match
against Nual’s team 3-1.
Fitness Tips: Weight lifting
techniques under the microscope
Club Manager Dusit Resort Sports Club
Part 5 - Shoulder training
G’day Readers, Fitness Tips this week continues along
the same line as the last 4 articles, but as we have finished working the
major / large muscles of the body it’s time to move into hitting the
smaller muscle groups.
muscles around the shoulder joint are responsible for a surprisingly large
number of movements of the body. As a result of this and the fact that
this “ball and socket” joint is held entirely in place with muscle
tissue, we need to be very careful how we exercise it. This will ensure
long term correct function while we are attempting to achieve whatever
physical goals throughout the day and indeed your life.
deltoid muscle is the prime mover for the joint and has 3 parts, simply
put: front, middle and back. Contrary to popular belief this is a single
muscle. The assistors to this and the muscles that hold the arm in place
are a group called the “rotator cuff” and it is this group that is
most commonly damaged thus rendering the damaged side arm, effectively,
useless for the period of time that is needed for healing.
Thus technique when training this muscle group is
crucial. Why train hard to improve yourself only to get it wrong once or
regularly to injure yourself and stop you from training.
In a push up, equally, when sitting in a rolling chair
and pulling yourself closer to your desk you are using your shoulders
Although a controversial exercise, frontal raises
certainly load the anterior deltoid and are commonly seen in gyms all
around the world. The elbows must be bent to reduce the length of the
lever arm, making it easier for the shoulder girdle stabilisers. Each
phase of the movement should be carefully controlled to avoid trunk sway.
The bar or plate should be lifted no higher than the shoulders. Trunk
should be straight but leaning slightly forwards. Abs should be braced in
the usual fashion and if the feet are shoulder width apart with one in
front of the other you will have a more stable base to avoid the body
swinging forwards and backwards.
The keys to safe execution include: only lifting the
bar to the lower chest, as this will stop the compression of the rotator
cuff when the Humorous comes very close to the Clavicle. If you bring the
weight up to your neck then these cones would touch except for the muscle
squashed in-between. So, please, stop the weight at the middle of your
chest. Keep the elbows slightly forward directly over the bar and the
hands approximately hip width apart. The upper back stabilisers must be
engaged to allow the shoulder blades a free passage to assist the
movement. To engage them you will need to lock your shoulders back at the
start position (bottom of the lift) and keep them there throughout the
Lateral raises (pictured)
The elbows are once again kept slightly forward (in the
plane of the scapula). This allows a greater contribution from the rotator
cuff - good thing, creating stability at the shoulder joint - better
thing. The elbows are bent once again to reduce lever length and shoulder
joint stresses; we only want muscle stress thanks very much! The movement
stops when the elbows reach shoulder height. The lateral raise is often
combined with a lateral rotation action to gain further stability from the
rotator cuff. To achieve this rotation, picture that you are emptying jugs
of water at the top of the lift and you’ll have it right.
These are the best and safest lifts for the regular gym
user, things like behind the neck shoulder presses, also called military
presses, are no longer prescribed as it is a potentially dangerous
exercise and responsible for many an avid gym user’s shoulder injuries.
It causes the same compression that I talked about in the upright row but
the military press is far more efficient at causing problems.
Next time we’ll take a look at firming up the back of
your arms, yep, Triceps time.
A Family Affair at Khao Kheow
IPGC Pattaya Golf Society from the Bunker
On Tuesday, 6th November, the Bunker Boys and Girls
journeyed to the beautiful but testing Khao Kheow club for their weekly
medal competition. Playing courses A and B, some very good scores were
In division one the winner, with a very fine net 74,
was Bruce Ogilvie, whose score included a two stroke penalty for playing
the wrong ball! In second place was Northumberland’s own Bob Lindborg
with net 75 and third was Yuzo Nishikawa with net 76.
In division two the winner, for the second time at the
Bunker, was Lomud Lindborg who recorded an excellent net 75. Lomud has
only just taken up golf and promises to be quite some player on the ladies
circuit in Pattaya. Second was Sunny Ruthsip with net 77 and in third
place, on net 80, was a bleary-eyed transport manager, John Preddy, who
only made the departure from the Bunker with less than a minute to spare!
Nearest-the-pin awards went to Norman Brooks and to
Bruce Ogilvie (two). The Bunker Banana Booby went to Sunny for abandoning
his sunglasses on the first tee. “Northumberland?” I hear you ask. It
is God’s Golden Acre in the northeast of England.
Keep up to date with the Bunker Boys at http://www.thebunkerboys.com
One Ball shows ‘em the way
Golf from Lewiinski’s / Orchid G.C. a member of the IPGC
Forty golfers set out on the usual Sunday venue at Green
Valley C.C. With the weather just about holding out, there were only two
golfers on or under handicap, but the best score by far was from one ball
George Jackson who shot a very good 39 points off his 15 handicap. George
could be getting ready for a big win in one of the majors. Watch him!
Sunday 4th Nov Green Valley CC
1st: George Jackson, 39 pts.
2nd: Svend Berthelson, 36 pts.
3rd: Rick Sharp, 35 pts.
1st: Bruce Tollitt, 32 pts
2nd: Peter Stonebridge, 32 pts.
3rd: Bob Lindborg, 32 pts.
Near pins: #2 Svend Berthelson, #9 Ray Matti, #12 Mud
Lindborg, and #16 Phil Mitchell
Weds. 7th Nov. N.P. Hills
1st: Paul Eley, 34 pts.
2nd: Klaus Shackt, 32 pts.
3rd: Jimmy Mc Hugh, 32 pts.
1st: Dave Blakey, 36 pts.
2nd: Peter Stonebridge, 35 pts.
3rd: Svein Vistung, 33 pts.
Friday 9th Nov. Ban Chang
1st: Svein Vistung, net 69
2nd: Peter Stonebridge, net 70
3rd: Stan Fry, net 72
TAGGS welcome the windy season
IPGC TAGGS Golf from The Haven
Monday 5th November - Khao Kheow (stroke play)
1st: Bob Lindborg, 70 (cb9 37, cb6 25.3)
2nd: Mo Bertrand, 70 (cb9 37, cb6 26.7)
3rd: Stephen Beard, 72 cb9 37
4th: Oradee Kaesavane, 72 cb9 37.5
Guy Fawkes Day saw no fireworks at Khao Kheow, but at
last the TAGGS played in fine weather and good ground conditions that saw
Bob Lindborg continue with his fine run of form, winning a very close
fought competition with Mo, and just squeezing out the result over the
back six holes. It will not be long before he, as the IPGC handicap
chairman, has to cut himself again.
The “Doc” continued to show signs of life and for
once managed to keep ahead of Oradee, who is also coming to terms with her
new handicap level.
The two’s were won by Must Campbell. Back at The
Haven, Richard Livingston, the resident PGA professional, welcomed Tom
Sathrum from the USA whilst welcoming back Jay Nakagawa from Japan and
Lars Schackt from Norway.
Wednesday 7th November - Green Valley (Monthly Medal)
1st: Beth Lill, 71
2nd: Mam Trayling, 74
2nd Division (19-36)
1st: B.J. Smith, 79
2nd: Brian Kelly, 80
3rd: Tom Sathrum, 81
1st Division (0-18)
1st: Ken Lill, 69
2nd: Stephen Beard, 73 cb9 36
3rd: Mark Campbell, 73 cb9 38
4th: Graham Pelford, 73 cb9 42
A large field competed in the TAGGS Monthly Medal,
although Green Valley off the back tees proved to be rather more difficult
than the second division would have liked, especially with the wind
blowing at around 30 mph. B.J. was as surprised as anyone to find that his
unremarkable score gives him the chance to play in the end of year Gold
and Silver Competitions, but it was, on the day, a good effort over a long
and testing course. The old “Bogeyman” Brian and newcomer Tom filled
out the podium for the second division.
Ken Lill had an excellent round to head home the first
division by a fair margin from the chasing pack. Due to the imbalance of
the handicaps, the divisions were split at 18 and not the usual 16, which
left the “Doc” in second place in the first division instead of first
in the second. Good planning by the TAGGS Chairman.
Mam Trayling followed by Beth Lill, both making a
welcome return to The Haven, led home the beauty parade in the Ladies
The twos were shared by Brian Kelly with one and Max
Arlen with two.
Friday 9th November - Bangphra (Bogey)
1st: Doug Campbell, 5 up
2nd: Lamud Lindborg, 3 up
3rd: Bob Van Mol, 2 up
4th: Zaki Nozaki, 1 up
Bangphra proved to be a course of two very different
nines, with the greens on the front as slow as can be remembered, whilst
the back nine proved the rule “never be above the hole” if you want to
two putt. Doug at last returned a score that will see his handicap reduced
to something near to what it should be, shooting a gross 75, to keep the
ever improving Lamud and the always competitive Bob on the lower levels of
the winners’ podium. On the very difficult greens, it was no surprise to
find there were no winners in the two’s competition.
Prior to the prize giving, Richard welcomed new members Marianne and
Per Eric Balfe from Sweden.
Gerrard and Hanfelt win Monthly Medal
PSC Golf from Cafe Kronborg
Thursday November 8 saw another fine day for golf at
Khao Kheow C.C. 40 golfers faced a tough course on a very windy day. It
was noticeable, as expected, that the lower handicap golfers handled the
conditions better than the rabbits! 3rd place in A flight scoring better
than the winner of the B flight!
A Flight (0-19 handicap)
Winner: Mike Gerrard, 38 points
2nd: Bob Morrison, 37 points
3rd: Jan Ove Hagman, 33 points
B Flight (20 +)
Winner: Martin Hanfelt, 32 points
2nd: John Swanson, 31 points
3rd: Annie Barril, 30 points
Near pins: A3 Nobody on the green! A5 Svend
Berthelson, B3 Brian Oakley, B Mike Gerrard
Long putt: B9 Llyn Taylor, A9 Bob Morrison
Champagne on ice for the 2nd
‘Shenanigans Ladies International Open’ Golf Tournament
The second ‘Shenanigans International Ladies Open’
Golf Tournament is less than two weeks away.
Tournament director, Mike Franklin commented, “The
inaugural ‘Ladies Only’ tournament earlier this year in February was
really successful and now, with the seasonal influx of lady visitors from
around the world, it is a good time to stage the event again.
Franklin is ready for the Shenanigans Ladies International Open
“It is an ‘open’ tournament with no requirement
to belong to any group, club or society. A recognised handicap will be
required, but we will also accommodate non-handicapped players who will
play in a special division, as well as being able to compete for the
technical prizes, and we are pleased to welcome back OK Ladies Golf
Fashions as a sponsor.”
Shenanigans landlord, Kim Fletcher guarantees that the
ladies will be very well looked after on the course and be able to enjoy
the warm hospitality and Thai/Western buffet at the prize giving ceremony
and lucky draw back at Shenanigans, Pattaya, to round off the day.
To ensure a comfortable round of golf, the field is
limited to ninety lady golfers so be sure to sign-up early for the second
Shenanigans Ladies International Open on Friday 30th November, at Eastern
Havana holds off the Vikings
Week 6 of the MBMG International Casuals Soccer League
saw the Havana Resort FC stave the hungry Scandinavian Vikings from
Bangkok, winning the match on home turf 2-1.
After losing to the Bulls Head Brazilians in the
previous week’s competition, the local boys pulled together with good
offensive and defensive playing, leading 1- nil just before half time. The
Vikings were not to be taken lightly and scored just before the half time
buzzer, bringing the score to 1 all.
Resort FC (in white) gets turned away from a well-protected Scandinavian
Looking a little worn out after playing an excellent
first half, and refusing to be out done, Havana pulled off another goal
midway through the second half. The Vikings valiantly fought back but were
just not up to the Havana boys resolve, and Havana took the winner’s
circle at full time with 2 points to the Vikings’ 1.
Goal scorers for Havana Resort FC were Ross and John,
and for the Vikings Andras Vajlok.
Havana Resort’s next match is away from their home
grounds against UNOCAL in Bangkok. Visit www.somtam.com for details on the
Bangkok International Casuals League.
The Square Ring
by Howie Reed
Heavyweight Champion Hasim Rahman (35-2) and challenger
Lennox Lewis (38-2-1) will fight Sunday morning Pattaya time for the WBC/IBF
title. This fight should have had the marquee value of the heavyweight
fights of days of yore. It doesn’t. It’s a promotion that isn’t.
Neither fighter is popular with a solid fan base and both are boring.
They’ve made some really stupid statements which haven’t endeared them
to the casual fan. It’s college football rivalry Saturday in the USA,
thus effecting ppv. September 11 has put a dent in the economy of Las
Vegas where the fight takes place and finally the boxing world is still
talking about Judah-Tszyu.
Tszyu knocked Judah down towards the end of the second
round, a right to the button. Judah jumped up, did a one and half
pirouette, staggered on legs like a sailor on shore leave and fell flat on
his face. Referee Jay Nady, correctly, stopped the fight. At this point
Judah attacked Nady and then tossed a stool. Camp Judah is all over TV in
the states, as are the Judah apologists. The Nevada Athletic Commission
may remove Judah’s license. They’ve withheld his 1 million dollar
purse until a hearing. The WBC will hear the Judah protest when they
convene their 39th Annual Convention in Pattaya December 2-7. As WBC
officials have already praised referee Jay Nady for stopping the fight,
it’ll probably be, “Thanks for your time and now take a hike.”
The battle between WBA Champ John Ruiz (37-4) and
Evander Holyfiend (37-5-1) on December 15 got an unexpected jump, at least
in the Kingdom. Oscar De La Hoya was operated on last week for a torn
cartilage in his wrist. With Oscar’s December 8th fight off, cable giant
HBO went looking for something to show in conjunction with Holyfield-Ruiz.
Their initial plan was to show the DeLaHoya fight delayed, a week. The
Oscar fight was to be pay-per-view. Welcome a couple of Land of Smiles
fighters to American TV. Siriwit Pichitnoi (23-1) will take on Roseendo
Alvarez (29-2-1) and Ratanachi Sor Vorapin (43-6-0) will get a shot at the
IBF Bantamweight title. He gets Tim Austin (23-0-1). Vorapin caused a lot
of excitement when he stepped in at the last minute and gave Danny Romero,
a former champion, a sever beating. Yes he did.
WBC flyweight champion Pongsaklek Sitkanongsak saved
his title with an eight-round technical decision over Alex Ali Baba at Hat
Yai. An accidental headbutt rendered Pongsaklek unable to continue. The
scorecards had 79-71, 79-72, 79-72 for the Champ. WBF super flyweight
titleholder Samson Dutchboygym scored an eighth round KO over Filipino
Orly Padilyo. This was Samson’s 37th title defense.
Former WBA super flyweight champion Yokthai Sithoar
KO’d Lee Escobido (Philippines) with a right hook in round 9 at
Nonthaburi. Sithoar improves to 24-3-1 (14 KOs). PABA super featherweight
champ Yodsanan Nanthachai retained his belt for the 17th time via TKO over
Jesus Sataren of Mexico in the 9th. Nanthachai sent Sataren to the canvas
5 times, in the 3rd round, 5th round, twice in the 8th round and the last
time at :15 of round 9. Nanthachai, now 34-2-1 (30 KO) is the super
featherweight hope of the Thais.
Wanna watch a live fight? In person? No problem. On
November 28 in Srakew, Thailand Pornsawan Por Pramook (whose record is a
mystery to me but I’m sure the promoter will come up with something)
will fight Faisol Akbar (8-5) for the PABA minimum weight championship.
But, hold on there’s more. Deeden Kengkarun (15-5) will encounter
Falasona Fidal (whose record they’re working on now) for the PABA Jr.
Nothing unlucky about the 13th PSC
112 golfers celebrated the end of the rainy season
(hopefully) with a gorgeous day of golf at Phoenix Country Club while
playing in the Pattaya Sports Club’s 13th Members’ Tournament. Members
kept a close eye on their own pace of play, thus allowing the record sized
field to finish the Mountain and Ocean nines in a reasonable amount of
The tournament was medal play with every stroke being
counted. There are no official records kept on such things but it is
believed that George Davis’ “15” on No. 7 on the Mountain Course was
the most disastrous adventure of the day.
of PSC Monthly medal: Flight B - Nora Haugsjordet, Flight C - Renato
Stojnik, Flight A- John Hurst.
The luckiest, and it is hard to admit, the most
skilled, of the field were the three flight winners. The low round of the
day went to Renato Stojnik with an amazing 63 net from the volatile
“C” Flight. Nora Haugsjordet gave further proof that the women of
Pattaya Sports Club are a force to be reckoned with when she was three
clear of the “B” Flight field with a net 64. Long time resident John
Hurst was beaming with his net 64 in the “A” Flight.
Nora almost garnered a double victory when her 200+
yard drive from the red tees was surpassed by a 300+ yard bomb by Bob
Morrison, playing in the second to the last group, who stole the honors.
The following tournament sponsors provided donations
which put a prize in most of the field’s pockets: Pattaya Sports Club,
Cafe Kronborg, Papa Ray, Blue Parrot Bar and Restaurant, Tequila Reef
Cantina, Shenanigans Fun Pub, PolTony’s Gourmet Restaurant &
Fairplay MiniGolf, the Diana Group’s Green Bottle Pub, and Tim McMaster.
Continued thanks to all for making this tournament so popular.
The next Monthly Members’ Tournament is scheduled for
December 21st and it is hopeful that it can be held at Natural Park Hills.
Watch for tournament flyers at the PSC Clubhouse on Third Road, Cafe
Kronborg, Three Sisters Bar, Diana Inn, Blue Parrot, Shenanigans, Tequila
Reef, Sugar Shack and the Scandic Hotel.
A Flight: 1st John Hurst (64), 2nd David Claas (66),
3rd Anders Pedersen (69)
Flight: 1st Nora Haugsjordet (64), 2nd Charlie Chen
(67), 3rd Graham Teleford (68)
C Flight: 1st Renato Stojnik (63), 2nd Peter Alfthan
(67), 3rd John Preddy (67)
2nd to last: A Flt: Paul Kraft (86), B Flt: Trevor
Sharman (91), C Flt: Ejnar Vfoft (84)
Closest to: Mountain #4: David Hughes; Mountain #8:
Keith Fortt; Ocean #5: Herbie Ishinaga; Ocean #7: Jay Nakagawa
Longest putt: Mountain #9: Bob Jess; Ocean #9: Martin
Long drive: Bob Morrison
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