Kevin ‘you know who’ strikes again


PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday, March 24, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Paul Hack (13) 39pts

2nd Paul Shaw (9) 38pts

3rd Terry Mangan (14) 37pts

B Flight

1st Dave Driscoll (16) 39pts

2nd Terry Dutson (16) 39pts

3rd Pierre Bietry (15) 37pts

Near Pins:  No 2 Mark Riley, No 9 Ian Ashenden, No 12 Paul Hack, No 16 Terry Mangan

In a day of big scores on the Sunday-shortened Green Valley set up, the men of the match were A Flight’s Paul Hack and B Flight’s Dave Driscoll and Terry Dutson, each with 39 points.  Paul Shaw followed Paul Hack up the podium steps in the premier flight, but it could easily have been the other way round as Paul (Shaw that is) hit 2 tee shots out of bounds, resulting in a no-scoring hole.

Kevin McEntee.Kevin McEntee.

A triumvirate of players vied for the third spot as Co. Wicklow man Terry ‘pork chop; Mangan filled the spot in the resulting count back as he sidelined Ian Ashenden, Peter ‘the right honorable’ LeNoury and Mike Riley.

Terry Dutson’s carded an excellent 39 points in B Flight but given the mathematics of Dave Driscoll’s back nine, it meant Terry’s score was only good for the silver.

Pierre the ‘magician’ Bietry needed all his luck to take the remaining podium place as he and David Foulk and Ireland’s John Heaney all tied on 37 points.

Terry Mangan, Mark Ripley, Gary Blackburne. Thierry Petrement, Dave Boran, Yui Bietry and Peter Henshaw divvied up the 2’s pot.

Monday, March 11, Pattana B&C – Stableford

1st Kevin McEntee (7) 36pts

2nd Peter Hynard (13) 35pts

3rd Ian Ashenden (0) 35pts

With the balance of the week fearing Songkran was a coming and thinking about golf tours a planning, it was a small but spirited field that took to Pattana.  The bad news was that Co. Offaly Gang leader Kevin ‘you know who’ snuck off with the heaviest bag of loot as he was the only man to equal par.  (The good news is Matt ‘Dillon’ Doyle, Kevin’s right hand man, has returned to the Emerald Isle).

Old friend Ian Ashenden, the senior teaching pro at the KLGCC Malaysia, was on a brief visit to his friends at Lewiinski’s and for the second time in as many games he went to a count back with Peter ‘the right honorable’ Hynard, both a stroke in arrears of the winner.  Peter was not intimidated as he took the silver

No 2’s so rollover on Wednesday.

Wednesday, March 27, Bangpra – Stableford

A Flight

1st Mikko Mutanen (14) 37pts

2nd Kevin McEntee (7) 35pts

3rd Mark Butler (11) 33pts

B Flight

1st Peter Henshaw (18) 36pts

2nd Colin Davis (16) 35pts

3rd John Heaney (20) 32pts

Watch out for those guys playing their last round of a vacation.  Mikko Mutanen won the day, as so many before him have on get away day, as he was the only player to better his handicap with 37 points.  He also made off with the rollover 2’s pot.

Kevin ‘you know who’ played with great success as he made it two pay window visits on the trot to take second and this left Mark Butler to tidy up the flight on 33 points

In B Flight, ‘the donkey’ was well and truly in the shafts with 35 points as he was sandwiched between Peter ‘Don O’corleone’ Henshaw’s solid par round and fellow Irishman John Heaney on 32 points.

Friday, March 29, Greenwood C&B – Stableford

A Flight

1st Kevin McEntee (7) 40pts

2nd Steve Gibson (11) 37pts

3rd Gordon Kerr (13) 35pts

B Flight

1st Freddy Starbeck (18) 35pts

2nd Mike Jeffreys (19) 32pts

3rd Colin Davis (16) 31pts

Kevin ‘you know who’ McEntee, one of the finest players to come from Co. Offaly Ireland, and certainly one of the most consistent golfers in Pattaya over the many years he has played here, was his usual quite self as he led the field with a flawless 40 points.  Kevin was nonplussed by the Greenwood layout as he left second and third place to Steve Gibson’s 37 points and Gordon ‘K-O’ Kerr on 35 points.

Kevin, never one to do things by halves, also picked up the 2’s pot.

Last week’s title boy Freddy Starbeck started were A Flight finished with 35 points but it was good for a three point victory over Mike ‘the welsh Wizard’ Jeffreys.  The third flight place was sorted by count back between ‘the donkey’ and Liverpool’s Ray Fortis, ‘the donkey’ filled the last spot but drove his van back to Lewiinski’s minus his hubcaps.

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.