Boysen and Davies share the honours

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PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday, July 5, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Christian Boysen (13) 40pts

2nd Sean Connolly (12) 39pts

3rd Adam Barton (14) 39pts

B Flight

1st Phillip Davies (16) 40pts

2nd William Peach (18) 38pts

3rd Peter Henshaw (22) 34pts

As all know the low season is upon us but we still had enough golfers today to warrant two flights.

A Flight was headed by Christian Boysen with a co-man of the match 40 points while both Sean Connolly and Adam Barton were left a shot adrift and in a battle to sort out the lower podium spots, with Sean just edging Adam for the silver.

Phillip Davies (left) with Christian Boysen.Phillip Davies (left) with Christian Boysen.

B Flight was led by the other co-man of the match, Phil ‘the Welsh wonder’ Davies with his 40 points.  Phil was two clear of William Peach and a further four clear of Peter ‘the silver surfer’ Henshaw and Gerry ‘the Irish rover’ Power, with Peter gaining the bragging rights on this occasion.

Monday, July 6, Crystal Bay – Stableford

1st Peter Henshaw (22) 39pts

2nd Bernard Green (28) 38pts

3rd Dave Hewson (5) 38pts

4th John Harrison (16) 37pts

Today’s challenge was the immaculately manicured Crystal Bay and the scores were very impressive, none more so than that from Irishman Peter ‘the silver surfer’ Henshaw who took the man of the match with a superb 39 points.

Second spot on the podium was filled by Bernard Green with a solid 38 points, however he did need the aid of a count back victory to edge Dave Hewson who shot a very impressive one under par on the front nine off his stingy 5 handicap.

Taking the fourth podium spot was John Harrison a further shot adrift.

Wednesday, July 8, Burapha – Stableford

1st Lou Szigligeti (18) 41pts

2nd Peter Henshaw (22) 38pts

3rd Wira Sidvang (5) 36pts

4th Mike Jefferys (15) 35pts

A fair sized low season crowd took to the road to play the David Graham and Gary Parks designed Burapha and it was the previous week’s man on form, Aussie Lou Zig-zag, who took it on himself to show the lads how to tackle this tricky layout with a man of the match blistering 41 points, despite a two shot handicap reduction.

Peter ‘the silver surfer’ Henshaw was three shots adrift for the second podium step and Wira Sidvang was third with a nice even par round off her measly five handicap, leaving Mike Jeffreys to close the flight podium.

Friday, July 10, Silky Oak – Stableford

1st Wayne Peppemell (14) 44pts

2nd Kevin Timbrell (20) 41pts

3rd Mat Timbrell (6) 40pts

4th Lou Szigligeti (16) 36pts

Well the cream rose to the top today to highlight a week in which their scoring received its proper due.  The single flight was won by a magnificent 44 points by non-member Wayne Peppermill who was followed up the podium steps by Kevin Timbrell, also a non-member, with a sparkling 41 points.

Mat Timbrell, you guessed it, playing of a very creditable five handicap, returned a great 40 points and Lou Zig-zag, with a solid even par effort, rounded out the flight and has now cut himself a further four strokes, a very commendable act indeed.

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 otherwise why not call Peter on 0861396301.  Transport is provided.