Magnusson makes hay

Friday, 08 March 2013 From Issue Vol. XXI No. 10

PSC golf from Café Kronborg

Tuesday, Feb. 26, Plutaluang - Stableford

It was off to the Thai Navy Plutaluang golf course today - 40 minutes en-route, a quick check-in by the ever friendly reception staff and off to see the starter where we found out that our booked nines (west and north) had a Faldo youth competition.  Instead we went to the E1 tee and were accommodated in a timely fashion.  

We teed off about 10 minutes late under very sunny skies and a cooling breeze.  The course was in great condition with the usual slowish greens.

Back in the clubhouse after a quick round of 4 hours and 25 minutes welcomes went out to Henrik Aagaard and Soren Gottschaick, both from Denmark, and goodbyes were said to Susanne and Svend Gaarde, back Denmark.

Leif Kirkgaard and Dave Richardson.Leif Kirkgaard and Dave Richardson.

Two flights today with the cut at handicap 19 and Leif Kirkgaard took the A flight with 33 points.  Kjeld Ravn was second on 30 points, Soren Gottschaick third with 28 points and Lotte Boskov fourth a further point back.

Dave Richardson won the B flight with 34 points, Susanne Gaarde was second with 30 points and Mike Winfield and Jesper Rasmussen completed the podium.

A Flight (0-19)

1st Leif Kirkgaard (17) 33pts

2nd Kjeld Ravn (17) 30pts

3rd Soren Gottschaick (12) 28pts

4th Lotte Boskov (17) 27pts

B Flight (20+)

1st Dave Richardson (24) 34pts

2nd Susanne Gaarde (25) 30pts

3rd Mike Winfield (21) 29pts

4th Jesper Rasmussen (20) 27pts

Thursday, Feb. 28, Treasure Hill – Stableford

Treasure Hill was the game today and we got off the first tee 5 minutes early under partly cloudy skies and hot conditions.  We were behind many groups of Thai golfers who were playing in 5 or 6-balls but fortunately they were all using carts.  The course on the day was in fine condition.

Elias Magnusson, Dave Richardson and Jesper Rasmussen.Elias Magnusson, Dave Richardson and Jesper Rasmussen.

Back in the clubhouse after a round of 5 hours (seemed longer), welcomes went out to Chris Chilton, working for the US Navy in Sasebo, Japan, Bent Moeller, back from Denmark, and Toshihara Kamikura from Japan.  We also bid farewell to Ulla and Kjeld Ravn, going back to Denmark.

Two flights today with the cut at handicap 19 and a full load of pins.  Elias Magnusson won the A flight with a fine 38 points, Mashi Kaneta was second with 36 2 points behind and Richard Kubicki and Lotte Boskov completed the podium.

Jesper Rasmussen won the B flight with 34 points, Jack Robertson came second with 29, while Jan Lovgreen took third on a count back over Mike Winfield and Carole Kubicki, all with 28 points.

A Flight (0-19)

1st Elias Magnusson (19) 38pts

2nd Mashi Kaneta (16) 36pts

3rd Richard Kubicki (13) 33pts

4th Lotte Boskov (17) 31pts

B Flight (20+)

1st Jesper Rasmussen (20) 34pts

2nd Jack Robertson (23) 29pts

3rd Jan Lovgreen (20) 28pts

4th Mike Winfield (21) 28pts

Near Pins: #2 Kjeld Ravn, #6 Don Richardson, #13 Richard Kubicki, #17 Lotte Boskov

Long Putts: #9 Bent Moeller, #18 Carole Kubicki.

Note:  If you are looking for a game of golf, call Dave at 083 602 2117 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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