Forty points the benchmark

Peter Terry.
Peter Terry.

PSC Golf from The Players’ Lounge

Sunday, Feb. 11,
Green Valley – Stableford

1st Peter Terry (27) 44pts

2nd Eddy Beilby (26) 40pts

3rd Martin Zimmerman (17) 38pts

4th Mark Walters (15) 36pts

A fair turnout here today with 17 players who produced some excellent scoring.  One flight was required with four places up for grabs.

The top player was Peter Terry with a flawless 44 points and he was four strokes clear of pay-window specialist Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby.  Martin Zimmerman filled the bronze step on the podium with a solid38 points and this left Paul ‘the thunder from down under’ Hack to close the flight.  Paul also split the 2’s pot with Mark Magee.

Tuesday, Feb. 13,
Green Valley – Stableford

1st Mashi Kaneta (17) 38pts

2nd Pat Reagan (18) 37pts

3rd Mick Beresford (16) 36pts

4th Tasumasa (9) 33pts

5th Tim Knight (28) 33pts

The Players’ Lounge group returned to Green Valley to play our mid-week stableford event on this well prepared course.  One flight was required with five spots on the podium.

Mashi Kaneta made a rare appearance with the lads and walked off with the top prize with 38 points.  Mashi was one stroke clear of Ireland’s Pat Reagan while Mickey the golf manager picked up the bronze a further stroke back.  A count-back was required to separate Tasumasa and Aussie star Tim Knight, both tied on 33 points and the scales of justice tipped in Tasumasa favor.

Ing and Yoite split the 2’s pot.

Friday, Feb. 16,
Bangpra – Stableford

1st Mick Beresford (16) 37 pts

2nd Brian Scott (13) 36 pts

3rd Franco Blazevic (3) 34 pts

4th Jim Brackett (8) 33 pts

Bangpra with its lightning fast greens is a real test of a player’s putting skills, not to mention any problems with the monkeys.  The course was in fine condition and the weather was hot and humid.

Mick Beresford showed the lads how to do it as his 37 points was the best on the day and this also made it two pay-window visits this week for him.  Mick was one stroke clear of Brian Scott while Franco Blazevic took the bronze spot on the podium and Jim Brackett was left to close the flight.

Brian Scott was the sole heir to the 2’s pot.