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PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday 4th September Green Valley

A Flight

1st Claude Harder (12) 39pts

2nd Mark Wood (10) 39pts

B Flight

1st Bill Brochart (17) 41pts

2nd Morten Esseth (18) 40pts

It was affair sized field (considering it being the lowest low season in memory) with a lot of talent but it was left to the junior flight to provide the fireworks for this Sunday’s bash at Green Valley.

Bill Brochart stole the man of the match with a terrific 41 points.  Bill needed every one of them as he finished just one stroke clear of Morten Esseth.  The Principal was clearly not a happy man when he found that his 37 count back with Kathy ‘Elgar’ Doody would not be needed.

Sunday’s low gross winner Claude (right) with Golf Manager Colin.Sunday’s low gross winner Claude (right) with Golf Manager Colin.

Mark ‘Mal’ Wood arrived at the presentation about an hour after it was concluded (actually he was found in the adjacent 7-11 demanding a G and T) only to find that ‘Santa’ Claude Harder had matched his A Flight 39 points and was not in a giving anything away mood, as he beat Mark in the resulting count back 20-13-7 20 13 5 in the flagship flight.  This performance also won Claude the very prestige’s low gross trophy

Pattaya s latest ‘Hells Angel’ Bob ‘the beast’ Newell, who can be seen stalling his new  500cc highly tuned Harley copy all over the place, was also not a happy camper as his 38 points was about as good as his mate’s The Principal.

Seven 2’s were recorded.

The Principal, whose name has been drawn out the barrel on five previous occasions, was at last to hear it himself and duly rang the bell.

Tuesday, Sept. 6, Green Valley – Stableford

1st Bill Brochart (17) 38pts

2nd Jan Eriksen (25) 37pts

3rd Claude Harder (12) 36pts

For the second time this week the society played what is considered their own course.  On offer was the chance to win big prizes.  Bill Brochard showed his liking for the course as he took the main prize with a best off the day 38 points.  Splitting Sunday’s other flight winner was Jan ‘the quite’ Eriksen who was just a shot adrift.  ‘Santa’ Claude Harder emerged from a very rare quintuple count back victory (don’t worry Jimmy I will name them) Alain Bellec, Sim Davis, Eddy Beilby, and Peter Henshaw.

Back at Lewiinski’s Colin thanked all that made the day a great success, especially the staff.

Wednesday, Sept. 7, Pattana – Stableford

1st Peter Henshaw (15) 35pts

2nd Don Lehmer (16) 29pts

Well no one solved the Pattana riddle today.  The last time we played this course if my memory serves me right was on the 13th of July.  On that day the results were in reverse order, as Don ‘the ladies man’ Lehmer took the honors on a count back over co owner Peter Henshaw.

Bill Brochart (left) was Sunday’s winner with 41 points.Bill Brochart (left) was Sunday’s winner with 41 points.

As I have mentioned before, this event rarely happens twice as Peter left nothing to chance this time around as he put a six point lashing on Don ‘the ladies man’ who was more than happy to accept the silver considering his point tally.

No 2’s so a rollover to Friday.

Friday, Sept. 9, Eastern Star – Stableford

1st Ian Halfpenny (12) 40 pts

2nd Bill Peach (21) 35 pts

3rd Lou Szigligeti (19) 34 pts

A performance, which but for the vapor lack of the scribe would have warranted the title slot, was turned in by society regular Ian ‘Lose change’ Halfpenny as he amassed 40 splendid points.  This was five clear of the fine performance of Bill peach, and six clear of Lou ‘the Thunder from Down under’ Zig-Zag.

Note:  Lewiinski’s is situated on Pattaya Land Soi 1, Beach Road Soi 13/3 near to 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.