Right on Paul’s well worn heals were a bunch of players on 37 points and Peter LeNoury emerged the happiest to grab the silver and Colin ‘the donkey’ the bronze. ‘Broad more’ Bob put together a steady par round but was devastated to find his pet gold fish had somehow flipped into his golf bag and suffocated (the ‘tuna’ he gets over it the better!)
Sunday’s winner Paul Bray, right, with golf manager Colin Davis.
Ed ‘our man in the white house’ Wyckoff and Ed Delaney were edged off the podium, but the two Eds did have the last laugh as they split the rollover 2,s pot.
Monday, July 30, Royal Lakeside - Stableford
1st Colin Davis (15) 34pts
The field is always a bit modest on the second day of the society’s weekly back-to-back feature and this Tuesday was no exception. Colin ‘the donkey’ led them out and back in with a best on the day 34 points. As one would expect, no 2’s were recorded so it is a rollover on Wednesday.
Wednesday, August 1, Bangpra - Stableford
1st Stuart Rochi (18) 34pts
2nd Eddy Beilby (6) 32pts
1st Ed Delaney (24) 37pts
2nd Geoff Kubas (22) 34pts
Ed the ‘Irish rover’ Delaney showed considerable prowess on the course and the legendry greens of Bangpra to notch a best in B Flight and best on the day 37 points. Ed, you might recall, took last week by storm as he continues to make steady inroads on his handicap. Ed’s fine round left Geoff ‘Elvis’ Kubas singing the blues as he picked up the silver.
Stuart Rochi continues to show good form as his 34 points took the top podium spot in the senior flight. Aussi Salvatore Brizzi, no stranger to the podium steps, picked up the silver two strokes adrift; should be noted that Salvatore needed a friendly count back to keep one of the society’s top performers Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby off the podium.
No 2’s were recorded so it’s a rollover on Friday.
Friday, August 3, Crystal Bay A&B - Stableford
1st Maurice Bowman (16) 36pts
2nd Rod Brown (18) 36pts
1st Barry Elphick (23) 38pts
2nd Ed Delaney (24) 36pts
With a pair of golfers tied atop of the flagship flight at even par rounds, the old count back was dragged out and when the dust had settled it was Maurice Bowman, whose back side was more favorably distributed, leaving Rod Brown to fill the silver spot.
It was B Flight that threw up the man of the match in Barry Elphick. Barry was also the only competitor to better par on the day with a solid 38 points - no mean feat on this layout. Ed ‘the Irish rover’ Delaney, never far away from the pay window, lifted the silver with an even par performance.
Salvatore Brizzi and Thierry Temime split a very healthy 2’s rollover.
Note: Lewiinski’s is situated on Pattaya Land Soi 1, Beach Road Soi 13/3 near to 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.