PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society
Sunday, Feb. 28, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Garry Blackburne (9) 42pts
2nd Peter Kelly (13) 40pts
3rd JP Maffray (14) 38pts
1st Mick Beresford (19) 36pts
2nd Jim Elphick (25) 35pts
3rd Henk Braak (24) 30pts
Well it’s easy to say Garry Blackburne is on a roll as he notched his second Sunday victory in a row, both dominant performances and this time with a faultless 42 points. Can anyone else rise to the challenge?
Garry was followed up the A Flight podium steps by Peter Kelly with his very impressive 40 points while our good friend JP Maffray rounded out the flight with a solid 39.
Mickey ‘nine holes’ Beresford stood atop the B Flight podium with an even-par round and was one stroke clear of Jimmy ‘two shots’ Elphick. Jim’s modest score was five strokes clear of Henk Braak.
Monday, Feb. 29, Greenwood B & C – Lewiinski’s Open Day 1
1st Lou Szigligeti (17) net 67
2nd Michal Stafford (21) net 70
3rd Michal Deletraz (10) net 71
4th Paul Bray (9) net 72
Today saw the beginning of the Lewiinski’s Open at Greenwood. Day one used the stokeplay format and there was also an additional stableford Plate contest for those who didn’t make the cut after day two.
The course was in fine condition and after what turned out to be a quite first day, leading was the reigning champion Lou Szigligeti with a net 67. Three shots adrift was Michel Stafford while Michel Deletraz was a further shot back. Aussie star Paul Bray, Nigel Bennett and John Darby all had even par returns, so by no way was anyone out of it.
Wednesday, March 2, Pattana – Lewiinski’s Open Day 2
1st Roger Emery (14) net 67
2nd Thierry Petrement (12) net 69
3rd Dominic Downey (12) net70
4th Ken Hole 9190 net 72
As I said after Monday’s round, by no means was anybody out of it except for maybe Lou ‘Zig-zag’ for whom the wheels fell off big time as he returned a net 82.
It was a much better performance today as Roger Emery took control and carded a splendid net 67. ‘Nice Guy’ Thierry Petrement came second on the day with a fine net 69 and Dominic Downey took the third podium spot with a net even par round. Ken Hole was left to tidy up the flight.
The cut was made at 151 and the leading scores were Dominic Downey net 143 and Paul Bray, Connie Walsh, Ken Hole, John Darby and Mark Riley all tied on net 146. Some big names failed to make the cut.
Back at Lewiinski’s and after the presentation, it was buffet time, and for the players to find out who they would be playing with. And not forgetting the draw for the Plate.
Friday, March 4, Burapha A & B – Lewiinski’s Open Day 3
A very hot and humid day welcomed the Lewiinski’s gang for the third day of the Lewinski Open and start of the Plate comp. A very tight and exciting contest was won by Aussie star Paul Bray, posting a fine net 67. Paul was three clear of Ken Hole while Irishmen filled the next two spots on the podium in the form of Dominic Downey (net 72) and Connie Walsh (net 73).
So leading the Lewiinski Open with just the final day at Green Valley to play was Paul Bray on net 210, Ken Hole was second on net 211 and Connie Walsh third with net 219.
Plate (Day 1)
1st Ray Crosthwaite (14) 39pts
2nd Thierry Petrement (12) 39pts
3rd Lou Szigligeti (17) 36pts
1st Joe Carroll (18) 38pts
2nd Andre Fortis (18) 36pts
3rd Peter Henshaw (23) 35pts
The plate competition followed on after the Open boys had teed off. Leading home the pack were Raymond Crosthwaite and Thierry Petrement, both with 39 points and one stroke clear of Joe Carroll. Lou ‘Zig-zag’ and Andre Fortis both had even par returns
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 Peter on 086 139 6301. Transport is provided.