Hacky takes the count-back

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Paul Hack.
Paul Hack.

PSC Golf from The Players’ Lounge

Sunday, March 4, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Paul Hack (15) 37pts

2nd Phil Davies (15) 37pts

3rd Mick Beresford (15) 37pts

B Flight

1st Peter Terry (24) 41pts

2nd Barry Tregurtha (22) 38pts

3rd Peter LeNoury (17) 37pts

4th Eddy Beilby (26) 36pts

The junior flight gets a gentle jab from the scribe on occasion, even though he was a card carrying member of the same.  But there were no needles this week, just kudos as Peter Terry blew the doors off Green Valley with a rock solid 41 points.  He was closely followed up the podium steps by Barry Tregurtha on 38 while third place went to Peter ‘the right honorable’ LeNoury who was a shot further back.  The remaining step on the podium was decided by a count back between Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby and Jimmy ‘AK-47’ Bell, both with even par rounds but Eddy took the last step leaving Jimmy at sea level and potless.

To get on to the senior flight podium you first had to have a handicap of 15 and then return a score of 37 points.  After the dust had settled it was Paul ‘the thunder from down under’ Hack who emerged with the flight gold, second place went to Phil ‘the Welsh wonder’ Davies and this left Mick the golf manager to close the flight.

Tuesday, March 6, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Mark Wood (10) 39pts

2nd Mick Beresford (15) 38pts

3rd Steve Mann (13) 36pts

B Flight

1st John Hoddy (24) 34pts

2nd Jorn Finnerup (29) 29pts

3rd Howard Bland (24) 29pts

Tuesday and it was our usual midweek trip to Green Valley.  The weather was hot and humid and the course was in fine condition.

B Flight had the bragging rights on Sunday but A flight took them back today and the man they sent to do it was Scotland’s very own Mark Wood with a man of the match 39 points.  Mickey the golf manager chased Mark all the way but just failed to catch him by one stroke.  Steve Mann took the flight bronze with a solid even par round.

John Hoddy stood atop of the B flight podium with 34 points, three clear of Jorn Finnerup, and this left Mr. consistent Howard Bland with the bonze spot on the podium.