PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society
Sunday, Oct. 6, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Mark Wood (8) 35pts
2nd Thierry Petrement (13) 34pts
3rd Bruce Anderson (9) 34pts
1st Eddy Beilby (36) 44pts
2nd David Foulk (19) 35pts
3rd Don Lehmer (20) 35pts
Near Pins: No 4 Nick Shaw, No 9 J P Maffray, No 12 Claude Harder, No 16 Peter Henshaw.
Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby.
The dominance that Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby exhibited at Green Valley today and in keeping with his fine form of late was made clearer with a review of the balance of B Flight which showed David Foulk, Don ‘the ladies man’ Lehmer and Jez ‘the principal’ Lees a non threatening nine shots back in a count back, with the scales tipping in David and Don’s favour and in that order of accent up the podium steps. Jez just kind of disappeared.
Aberdeen’s favourite son Mark Wood upheld the honour of A Flight with a steady 35 points, which placed him one clear of five players; Thierry Petrement, Bruce Anderson, Norman ‘I never’ Cheetham, Bob StAubin and Jimmy ‘A-K-47’ Bell. The resulting count back placed Thierry second and Bruce third, with Norman, Bob and Jim set of to find Jez.
Nick Shaw, Claude Harder, Ed Wyckoff, Eddy Beilby and Tony Pietroni shared the 2’s pot.
Tuesday, Oct. 8, Laem Chabang C & A – Stableford
1st John Pierell (10) 37pts
2nd Nick Shaw (15) 35pts
3rd Thierry Petrement (13) 33pts
1st Peter Henshaw (17) 34pts
2nd Paul Gilliam (16) 34pts
3rd Pierre Bietry (16) 33pts
John ‘tex’ Pierell, a fine player in his own right, was the only player to better his handicap on the day as he carded a fine 37 points on the immaculate Nicklaus designed Laem Chabang that must be considered one of the finest tests of golf on the Eastern Seaboard.
It was probably one of the least attended presentations on record, as the remaining five pay slots were won with 35 points or less. Nick ‘Elvis’ Shaw’s 35 points edged Monsieur Thierry Petrement by two points to establish the podium order behind John.
Irish eyes were smiling in as Peter ‘the silver surfer’ Henshaw counted back Paul Gilliam in B Flight as both were tied on 34 points. The last B Flight loot was picked up by monsieur Pierre Bietry as he was just a shot adrift.
Man of the match John Pierell was also the only golfer to card a 2.
Wednesday, Oct. 9, Mountain Shadow – Stableford
1st Andrew Byrne (9) 40pts
2nd Colin Sansom (10) 39pts
3rd Terry Mangan (15) 37pts
1st Eddy Beilby (18) 39pts
2nd Tom Gorey (18) 32pts
3rd Stuart Brown (21) 30pts
It is a well known rule amongst those who are resident in Pattaya that we have to get to our friends, whether they are coming for a long holiday or returning from work, early. Get to them before they acclimatize to the Pattaya night life in the case of the visitor, or before they get the rust out of their swing, in the case of the working lads.
Co. Offaly gang member Andrew Byrne did not run according to form as he opened his Pattaya stay with a brilliant 40 points for the match honours and top spot in A Flight. Colin Sansom shot an excellent 39 points but could only snatch second.
The Irish duo of Terry ‘pork chop’ Mangan and Co. Offaly gang leader Kevin McEntee both returned fine 37 point cards, with Terry squashing any hopes of joining the gang as he relegated Kevin to the presentation crowd.
Sunday’s winner and the man in the bold font, Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby, took charge of B Flight with 33 points while Irishman Tom Gorey was a shot adrift for the silver as Stuart Brown kept his head bent as his 30 points filled the flight. Terry Mangan, Bruce Anderson and Tom Gorey split the 2’s pot
Friday, Oct. 11, Mountain Shadow – Stableford
1st Nick Shaw (15) 42pts
2nd Tore Eliassen (15) 39pts
3rd Kevin McEntee (6) 38pts
1st Eddy Beilby (18) 39pts
2nd Jorn Finnerup (28) 38pts
3rd Colin Davis (17) 37pts
While a man of the match win plus a B Flight win in the week might garner one the title slot, any doubt was erased by Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby as he added another 39-point B Flight victory to his already impressive tally. Nearest to Eddy was Irishman and pay window regular Jorn Finnerup a stroke adrift. The Donkey, innocuous as ever, slid in for the B Flight third place.
A Flight provided the man of the match in Nick ‘Elvis Shaw’ who played all the right notes to post a faultless 42 points. Nick was a stroke clear of Tore Eliassen and a further stroke clear of the Co. Offaly masked raider Kevin ‘you know who’.
There were a shed full of 2’s.
Note: Lewiinski’s is situated on Pattaya land Soi 1, Beach Rd Soi13/13 near Walking Street. Anyone wishing to play with us just pop in and add your name to the list or call Colin on 089 826 0764. Transport is provided.