PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society
Sunday, Sept. 20, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Nick Odnoral (16) 37pts
2nd Barry Copestake (14) 37pts
3rd JP Maffray (13) 37pts
1st Nick Shaw (18) 40pts
2nd Peter Henshaw (24) 35pts
3rd Martin Allard (33) 32pts
As usual the course here was in great shape and with benign conditions it was expected that the scores would be good. As it was, Green Valley did give up its bite and the Lewiinski’s boys and girls enjoyed a super day’s golf with no less than five players shooting under their handicap.
Once again Nick ‘Elvis’ Shaw was on song as he took the man of the match honours and the top spot in B Flight. Nick was five strokes clear of Irishman Peter ‘no nick name’ Henshaw and a further two clear of Martin Allard, Gerry ‘the Irish rover’ Roche and Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby. Martin emerged from that pileup with the bronze, leaving Gerry and Eddy standing at sea level and potless.
Nick Shaw (left) with Gung.
It was a very tight affair in A Flight with three players log-jammed on 37 points; when the divots had settled it was the thunder from down under Nick Odnoral who emerged out of the count back with the flight gold. Nick was followed up the podium steps by Barry ‘the boot’ Copestake and the ever consistent JP Maffray.
After the round it was with great pleasure that Lewiinski’s announced that Peter Wallace has been appointed as the new Golf Director.
Tuesday, Sept. 22, Treasure Hill – Stableford
1st Jim Elphick (26) 34pts
2nd Chris Martin (14) 33pts
3rd Kevin Rogers (13) 33pts
Once again the excellent and well maintained Treasurer Hill was found to be a hard nut to crack, with no player able to achieve par. Top man on the day was Jimmy ‘two shots’ Elphick with a steady 34 points while the minor flight places went to a count back between Chris Martin and Kevin Rogers. Chris emerged from that squabble clutching the silver, leaving Kevin in third.
Wednesday, Sept. 23, Khao Kheow – Stableford
1st Chris Martin (14) 37pts
2nd Mike Jeffreys (16) 33pts
3rd Kevin Rogers (13) 33pts
We ventured out to play the tough Khao Kheow course on Wednesday and Chris Martin went one better than the day before with a man of the match 37 points. Chris was also the only player to better his handicap and beat Mike ‘the Welsh wonder’ Jeffreys and Kevin ‘the thunder from down under’ by four clear shots. The resulting count back dictated that Mike took the second step on the podium and Kevin once again the third.
Friday, Sept. 25, Greenwood – Stableford
1st Adam Barton (11) 37pts
2nd Peter Wallace (18) 36pts
3rd Peter Henshaw (25) 35pts
4th Mike Allidi (3) 35pts
It was off to Greenwood on Friday; we always like this course and make sure we play it at least twice a month. These days the trip up the 331 highway is quite pleasant, the roads are well connected and there are many ways there so that you can go a different way every time.
Greenwood is in good condition at the moment so a tough test off the white tees lay ahead. The strong wind caused problems all the way round also.
Only one player managed to better his handicap, Adam Barton with a rock solid 37 points. Adam was one stroke clear of newly appointed golf director Peter Wallace while two players, Peter Henshaw and Mike Allidi, squared up to sort out the minor places on the podium. When the dust had settled it was Peter who lifted the bronze leaving Mike to close the flight.
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 Peter on 086 139 6301. Transport is provided.