Hansen leads from the front


PSC golf from Café Kronborg

Monday, Jan. 13, Crystal Bay – Stableford

A Flight (0-20)

1st Niels Hansen (14) 37pts

2nd Steen Habersaat (20) 34pts

3rd Leif Kirkgaard (18) 31pts

4th Richard Kubicki (11) 31pts

B Flight (21+)

1st Kaj Aabling (26) 35pts

2nd Henry Wong (22) 35pts

3rd Carole Kubicki (23) 33pts

4th Elias Magnusson (22) 31pts

Near Pins:  Richard Kubicki, Kenny Chung, Steen Habersaat, Niels Hansen

Long Putts:  Daryl Evans, Lawrence Lee

Crystal Bay was the game today and after a smooth check-in we were off A1.  The course was in fine condition with the greens a bit bumpy, and it was also busy but we managed to make it around in 4 hours and 40 minutes.

Kaj Aabling and Niels Hansen with Dave Richardson.Kaj Aabling and Niels Hansen with Dave Richardson.

Two flights today with the cut at handicap 20 and Niels Hansen took the A Flight honours with the best score of the day – 37 points.  Steen Habersaat came in second with 34 and Leif Kirkgaard was third on a count back from Richard Kubicki, Lawrence Lee, Brian Gabe and Daryl Evans.

Kaj Aabling won the B Flight on a count back from Henry Wong, both on 35 points each, and Carole Kubicki came third, two points up on fourth placed Elias Magnusson.

Thursday, Jan. 16, Plutaluang – Stableford

A Flight (0-20)

1st Mashi Kaneta (15) 36pts

2nd Niels Hansen (14) 34pts

3rd Jesper Rasmussen (20) 34pts

4th Leif Kirkgaard (18) 29pts

B Flight (21+)

1st Carole Kubicki (23) 36pts

2nd Jack Robertson (27) 36pts

3rd Elias Magnusson (22) 31pts

4th Peter Hammond (26) 28pts

Near Pins:  Kurt Sandgaard, Leif Kirkgaard, Richard Kubicki, Niels Hanson

Long Putts:  Kurt Sandgaard, Elias Magnusson

We were off to Plutaluang today to play the East and South courses and we got off East 1 on time under sunny skies with a light breeze that stiffened as the round wore on.  The course was in fine condition with some slippery greens to be had on both nines.

It was quite busy so it took us 2 hours and 40 minutes to make the turn, which was not easy as the path behind south 1 was chock with carts, golfers on foot and even a lady wheeling a baby carriage.  The end came 5 hours and 15 minutes after we started and felt more like 6.

Mashi Kaneta won the A Flight with 36 points ahead of Niels Hansen in second on a count back from Jesper Rasmussen third.  Leif kirkgaard completed the podium in fourth.

Carole Kubicki topped the B Flight on a count back from Jack Robertson in second, both on 36 points each.  Elias magnusson third and Peter Hammond fourth filled the minor places.