As Green Valley was closed for the caddie’s party on Sunday, HM the King’s birthday falling on Wednesday and the PSC Monthly Medal scheduled for Friday, the Scribe had a fair bit of time on his hands which he spent on the driving range that turned out to be wasted time, but that’s another story.
So this week starts on Tuesday at the intriguing construct of Desmond Muirhead. A Flight played like the premier players they are, led by the masked raider ‘you know who’ who shot a blistering top score of the day 39 points for the day’s honours. Monsieur Francis Goyons lifted the silver with a very creditable even par round while JP Gasser closed the flight a shot adrift of Francis.
William Peach lit up B Flight with an excellent 37 points; Bill was three clear of Mick Coghlan and four clear of a two headed knot of players with Mick Pikos having the better of the count back to edge Michael Bungert off the podium steps.
Any 2 on this course is very satisfying to claim a pair one would have to be an exceptional player. So it’s well done to Irishman Patrick Kelly.
Wednesday, Dec. 12, Bangpra – Stableford
1st Bob Watson (5) 41pts
2nd Patrick Kelly (+3) 37pts
3rd Michele Sancillo (8 35pts
1st Jerry McCarthy (15) 39pts
2nd David Nicholson (14) 36pts
3rd J-P Maffray (12) 33pts
1st Peter Henshaw (19) 38pts
2nd Eddy Beilby (18) 37pts
3rd Keith McLachlan (35)pts
The last fixture of the week in defense of the PSC monthly medal which wrapped up the week on Friday, the lads and lasses went to Bangpra to play a Stableford event on Wednesday.
Bob Watson, playing off a stingy five handicap was the big point getter as he amassed a dazzling 41 points. Irishman Patrick ‘+3’ Kelly, playing off the back tees struck a tremendous 37 points and took the silver. A trio of players vied for the bronze spot on 35 points: Michele Sancillo did the unthinkable as he left Ed ‘our man in the white house’ Wyckoff and ‘shush you know who from you know where’ satang less at sea level.
Big scores continued in B Flight as Jerry McCarthy’s very creditable 39 points took the top podium place. Jerry was followed up the steps by David Nicholson with a solid even par round. J-P Maffray did the dirty on playing partner and good friend Reg ‘Buckie boy’ MacKay as both were locked on 33 points; Reg got to join Ed and ‘you know who’ at the bar.
C Flight had its own better than par heroes in Peter ‘Don Corleone’ Henshaw with a rock solid 38 points and Eddy the Eagle Beilby on 37 points as they filled the top places on the podium. Kiwi Keith McLachlan filled the flight with a steady 35 points.
Patrick Kelly, Kevin (no not that Kevin another Kevin) Rogers, J-P Maffray and Pierre Bietry shared the 2’s pot.
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.