PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society
Sunday, Dec. 21, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Robert Watkins (9) 38pts
2nd Ed Wyckoff (11) 37pts
3rd JP Maffray (12) 35pts
1st Jim Bell (18) 40pts
2nd Gaston Oggier (15) 39pts
3rd Lou Szigligeti (17) 38pts
1st William Peach (16) 37pts
2nd Bruce Berlin (19) 36pts
Near Pins: No 5 Dave Stockman; No 8 Gerry Roche; No 12 Ian Christian Boysen; No16 Bill Peach.
A good-sized turnout saw twelve prizes handed out via three places in two flights, two places in another flight and four near pins.
Jimmy ‘AK 47’ Bell led Sunday’s mob with a splendid B Flight winning and best on the day 40 points, and continued his warning to the society that he had his sights set on the year ending Gold Medal. Gaston Oggier, who is dropping by a little more frequently, much to every ones enjoyment, was close to Jim with 39 points. It is tough to take second with a score like that. Aussie Lou Zig zag snuck in for the third spot on 38 points even though he ‘no-scored’ the first hole.
Sunday winners: Jim Bell (centre) with his son (left) and Robert Watkins.
Turning to the premier flight, Robert Watkins continued his fine play to win on 38 points, which contained an Eagle on the par-five tenth hole. Robert was one clear of Ed ‘our man in the White House’ Wyckoff, who even the paymaster knows by that moniker. The flight was closed by the man who is always there or there abouts, JP Maffray.
The Red and Silver Flight again was the domain of Bill Peach on 37 points and he was one clear of Bruce Berlin.
Seven 2’s were recorded.
Monday, Dec. 22, Khao Kheow – Stableford
1st John Harrison (14) 40pts
2nd Freddy Starbeck (10) 35pts
3rd Lindsey Semple (15) 35pts
1st Ed Junger (20) 40pts
2nd Kristy Knight (22) 35pts
3rd Lou Szigligeti (17) 34pts
It was back to the favourite of many, the demanding Khao Kheow were once again the unlikely pairing of B & C was the task at hand.
John Harrison and Ed Junger were co-men of the match with excellent rounds of 40 points each in A Flight and B Flight respectively. Ed was followed up the podium steps by everyone’s favourite, Christy Good’ Knight, with a useful 35 points. Lou Zig zag’s bid for the podium was almost lost bar for a beneficial count back over the unlucky Ken Hole.
Freddy ‘the quite one’ took the A Flight silver with a rock solid 38 points as Aussie star Lindsey Semple rounded out the flight one stroke in arrears.
The Aussie pair of Lindsey Semple and Lou Zig zag split a very nice 2’s pot.
Wednesday, Dec. 24, Silky Oak – Stableford
1st Gaston Oggier (15) 40pts
2nd Lindsay Semple (15) 38pts
1st Colin Davis (16) 38pts
2nd Werner Pausch (24) 36pts
With Xmas just around the corner a smaller group than normal turned out to take on Silky Oak, and it was Gaston Oggier, no longer a up and comer but rather an established force, who took the top spot in A Flight and the day’s plaudits with a very creditable 40 points. Gaston was two clear of Aussie star Lindsay Semple.
The Donkey, playing some fine golf of late, stood atop the B Flight podium with a fine 38 points, two clear of Werner Pausch and his fine even par round.
Gaston Oggier was the sole heir to the ‘2’s pot.
Thursday, Dec. 25, Silky Oak – Stableford
1st Jim Elphick (24) 38pts
2nd JP Maffray (12) 36pts
3rd Paul Hack (12) 35pts
4th Eddy Beilby (19) 35pts
Silky Oak proved to be a lovely place to spend Christmas Day on what turned out to be an unusually hot day for this time of year. It was not hot enough to hinder Jimmy ‘two shots’ Elphick however as he blazed his way round the course to rack up 38 points and take the top spot in A Flight plus the man of the match honours.
Jim’s good mate JP Maffray’s even par round was good for the silver spot while three players squared off for the two minor places; Paul ‘the thunder from down under’ got the better of the count back to secure the bronze, Eddy ‘the eagle’ Beilby took fourth and Gerry the Irish rover was left potless.
No 2’s were recorded so a rollover to Boxing Day.
Friday, Dec. 26, Pattavia – Stableford
1st Gaston Oggier (14) 38pts
2nd Lou Szigligeti (17) 34pts
1st Mick Coghlan (23) 35pts
2nd Ed Junger (20) 33pts
The red hot Gaston Oggier was the story today as the society braved a Friday up the 331 to Pattavia Century, Gaston racked up 38 points to top A Flight and take the man of the match honours for his third win of the week and put a four shot gap between himself and second placed Lou Zig zag.
B Flight was the domain of Mick Coughlan who stood atop the podium with 35 points, two clear of Ed Junger.
No 2’s were recorded again so a double rollover to Sunday.
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 Colin on 089 826 0764. Transport is provided.