PSC golf from Café Kronborg
Monday, Nov. 25, Bangpakong – Stableford
A Flight (0-21)
1st Leif Kirkgaard (19) 41pts
2nd Lars Nedrelid (17) 39pts
3rd Ian Pickels (16) 36pts
4th Dave Addison (14) 34pts
B Flight (22+)
1st Daryl Evans (23) 42pts
2nd Joe Vanderwegon (24) 40pts
3rd Kurt Sandgaard (32) 37pts
4th Svend Gaarde (26) 36pts
Near Pins: #4 Leif Kirkgaard, #7 Tate Akifumi, #13 Svend Gaarde, #16 Mike Winfield.
Long Putts: #9 Ian Pickels, #18 Joe Vanderwegon
We were off on the longest trip of the month up route 7 for an hour and 10 minutes. We got off the first tee on time under sunny skies and very steamy conditions for the whole round. The course was in fine shape but wet from heavy rain on Sunday afternoon.
Daryl Evans (left) and Leif Kirkgaard (right) with Dave Richardson.
Even though the course was busy we hustled around in 4 hours and 10 minutes and back in the clubhouse welcomes went out to Kaj Aabling from Denmark and Lars Nedrelid from Norway. It was also goodbye to Dave Addison, Arne Max Pedersen and Lotte Boskov.
Two flights today with the cut at handicap 21 and a full bevy of pins to shoot for. Leif Kirkgaard took the A Flight with a fine 41 points, two ahead of Lars Nedrelid in second, with Ian Pickels taking third on 36 points and Dave Addison fourth on a count back over Mike Winfield.
Daryl Evans won the B Flight with the best score of the day, 42 points, while Joe Vanderwegon finished second with a fine round of 40 points and Kurt Sabdgaard and Svend Gaarde completed the podium.
Thursday, Nov. 28, Pattavia Century – Stableford
A Flight (0-22)
1st Tate Akifumi (16) 38pts
2nd Niels Hansen (16) 37pts
3rd Don Richardson (12) 34pts
4th Mike Winfield (21) 33pts
B Flight (23+)
1st Kurt Sandgaard (32) 35pts
2nd Joe Vanderwegon (24) 34pts
3rd Susan Gaarde (26) 31pts
4th Hugh O’Donnell (33) 30pts
Near Pins: #4 Monte Sykes, #13 Kaj Aabling.
Long Putts: #9 Ian Pickels, #18 Hugh O’Donnell
Today we were off to play the refurbished Century Chonburi, now known as Pattavia Century and after a smooth check-in we got off the first tee bang on time. The course was in fine condition with crusty but fairly fast greens and the staff were very professional. The previously meager facilities have been upgraded and the new clubhouse will be opening about the third week in January. The staff were unable to tell us about any possible increase in green fees once the clubhouse is opened.
The course was busy but we still got around in about 4 hours and 15 minutes, even though we caught up with a 5-ball on the 11th.
Today we welcomed Georg Bolik from Germany, Hugh O’Donnell and Monte Sykes from America and said goodbye to Joe Vanderwegon who was heading back to Belgium.
We had two flights with the cut at handicap 22 and Tate Akifumi won the A Flight with 38 points ahead of Niels Hansen in second on 37. Don richardson took third with 34 points and Mike Winfield won a count back for fourth over Leif Kirkgaard.
Kurt Sandgaard led the B Flight home with 35 points while Joe Vanderwegon placed second just one behind and Susan Gaarde and Hugh O’Donnell placed third and fourth respectively.