Magnusson gets first pick

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Elias Magnusson (left) with Dave Richardson.
Elias Magnusson (left) with Dave Richardson.

PSC Golf from Café Kronborg

Monday, Dec. 17, Treasure Hill (yellow tees) – Stableford

A Flight (0-21)

1st Bob Edwards (10) 36pts

2nd Ito Akitoshi (10) 34pts

3rd Ronnie Rattle (21) 33pts

B Flight (22+)

1st Karen Brown (31) 36pts

2nd Elias Magnusson (25) 36pts

3rd Peter Hammond (29) 32pts

Near Pins: Peter Bygballe, Rob Brown

Long Putts: Ito Akitoshi, Dave Richardson

Cafe Kronborg golfers played this top class golf course from the forward yellow tees, which meant the first tree on the left of the first fairway did not come into play and getting your tee shot on the second green was not so difficult!

With the course playing at approximately 6,000 yards you would think the scores would be good but only three of our group played to their handicap.

We welcomed Bob Edwards who thanked us by winning the ‘A’ Flight and thanked his playing partner for the beers he won from him. It was ladies first in the ‘B’ Flight with Elias Magnusson and his 36 points (16 on the back 9) politely standing aside for Karen Brown who also had 36 points but 18 on the inward half.

Thursday, Dec. 20, Pattaya C.C. – Stableford

1st Elias Magnusson (25) 36pts

2nd Karen Brown (31) 35pts

3rd Broad Gabe (18) 34pts

4th Peter Bygballe (19) 33pts

5th Kurt Sandgaard (31) 31pts

Near Pins: Peter Bygballe, Tye Anderson, Ronnie State, Karen Brown.

Long Putts: Daryl Evans, Kurt Sandgaard.

Cafe Kronborg golfers held their annual Christmas Fayre at Pattaya Country Club on Thursday. In the good old days a glass trophy was on offer in memory of a staunch PSC supporter but this year we could only play for glory and the excitement of not knowing what your secret santa prize would be. Every golfer has to place a gift-wrapped prize on a table at the presentation and in order of merit on the day, golfers select a parcel.

The golf course today was in excellent condition – far better than previous winters – and no moans and groans could be justified. The speed of the greens rivalled the greens at Pattavia and the bunkers were neat and tidy and properly raked by our caddies – long may this condition last.

After just missing out on Monday, Elias Magnusson took the honours today with 36 points, one ahead of Karen Brown in second (no chivalry shown by Elias on this occasion). Broad Gabe was a further point back in third while Peter Bygballe and Kurt Sandgaard completed the podium.