Ed and John share the spoils


PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday, May 26, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Ed Wyckoff (11) 40pts

2nd Andy Kellaher (9) 39pts

3rd Mark West (15) 38pts

B Flight

1st John O’Keefe (16) 40pts

2nd Lou Szigligeti (17) 39pts

3rd Jean LaRoche (18) 39pts

Near Pins:  No 4 Thierry Petrement, No 9 Thierry Petrement, No 12 Ian Halfpenny, No 16 Ed Wyckoff.

Ed ‘our man in the White house’ Wyckoff and John O’Keefe were co-men of the match as they both posted joint best scores of the day 40 points in A Flight and B Flight respectively.  Ed was followed in the senior flight by the Andy ‘red hot’ Kellaher who came in with a very respectful 39 points.  Mark West was a further stroke back as he picked up the bronze.

Sunday winners Ed Wyckoff and John O’Keefe.Sunday winners Ed Wyckoff and John O’Keefe.

John was followed in by a trio of players all with solid 39 point hauls, headed by the Lou the pied piper of Oz, Jean LaRoche and Peter ‘Don O’corleone’ Henshaw.  Peter decided to sit this one out.

Back at the Ranch, The Donkey thought that he had carded the only ‘2’ of the day, but that changed with the arrival to the presentation of Mr. Gerry Roche after a second look at the score cards the Donkey had to present Gerry with half the ‘2’s loot, much to the amusement of the lads.

Tuesday, May 28, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Terry Mangan (14) 41pts

2nd JP Maffray (14) 40pts

3rd Yui Bietry (14) 38pts

B Flight

1st Colin Davis (18) 34pts

2nd John Heaney (19) 34pts

3rd Colm O’Donovan (19) 33pts

It was a tough day for the junior flight at Green Valley today, as the competitors could do no better than the Donkey’s 34 points.  Irishman John Heaney did match the Donkey’s output but, like so many before him, he failed in the resulting count back.  The calculator was needed again as Ireland’s Colm O’Donovan, Pierre ‘the comic’ Bietry and Lou ‘the pied piper of oz’ went to a three way count back the luck of the Irish prevailing.  Pierre and Lou were left at the bar telling each other jokes.

The guys who can actually play the game, the A Flighters, put two players on the podium that had 40 points or more.  Terry ‘pork chop’ Mangan brought home the bacon with a man of the match 41 points.  John Haney picked up the silver a point adrift as Yui Bietry took third a further two back.

JP Maffray (a brace), Peter Hynard, Alan Wilkinson, Thierry Petrement and Danny Senko shared the 2’s pot.

Wednesday, May 29, Burapha A & B – Stableford

A Flight

1st Lou Szigligeti (17) 46pts

2nd Freddy Starbeck (15) 41pts

3rd Danny Senko ((6) 36pts

B Flight

1st Brian Cooper (25) 37pts

2nd Rod Brown (19) 37pts

3rd Jim Reid (26) 34pts

It was back to Burapha were once again the unlikely pairing of A & B were the task at hand.  Lou ‘the pied piper of Oz showed that girth wasn’t a requirement as playing off his old 17 handicap he used his supple power and innate talent to edge Freddy Star trek by five points.  The balance of the podium was filled by Danny Senko with a steady even par round.

In a contrast of fortunes, Brian ‘mini’ Copper saw a gap as he put a successful count back on Rod Brown to take the top place in B Flight as both had very useful 37 point hauls.  Jim ‘how’s the world treating you’ Ried edged a resurgent Esara Duangsri on a count back to fill the flight, both locked on 34 points.

Lou Zig Zag and Danny Senko split the 2’s pot.

Friday, May 31, Greenwood – Stableford

Today’s game was abandoned after torrential rain hit the course after approximately one and a half hours play.  There were murmurings in the drinks stop that a little rain never hurt anybody but that changed when a lightning bolt hit the drinks stop.  Fair play to the Greenwood management as rain checks was issued including the use of golf carts.

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.