O’Keefe the standout at Burapha


The Outback Golf Bar

Monday, Oct. 23, Burapha – Stableford

A Flight

1st Geoffrey Ratjeins 33pts

2nd Peter Nixon 31pts

3rd Lance Robinson 31pts

4th Terry Anderson 29pts

B Flight

1st John O’Keefe 39pts

2nd David Atkinson 37pts

3rd John Langley 33pts

4th Jim Little 33pts

24 Outbackers took on the A and B course at Burapha on Monday, making a nice even split in the field of 12 players each.

John O’Keefe was king of the jungle today, scoring 39 points to win B Flight with 39 points.  David Atkinson was second 2 points behind while John Langley edged Jimmy Little on count-back for third.

Geoffrey Ratjeins topped the lower scoring A Flight with 33 points and followed up the podium steps by Peter Nixon, Lance Robinson and Terry Anderson in that order.

Wednesday, Oct. 25, Khao Kheow – Stableford

A Flight

1st Paul Beck 36pts

2nd Peter Nixon 35pts

3rd Steve Mann 33pts

4th David Atkinson 33pts

B Flight

1st John Hoddy 36pts

2nd Tony Aslett 34pts

3rd Rick Forest 30pts

4th Andy Makara 28pts

A field of 23 took on Khaow Kheow on a hot and humid Wednesday.  Two flights separated at 18-handicap played the A and B courses.

Paul Beck and John Hoddy topped their respective flights, both with even-par 36-point rounds.  Peter Nixon was the best of the rest, finishing one point behind Paul in A Flight.

There were three ‘2’s today, coming from Paul Beck, Tony Aslett and Dennis Pelly.

Friday, Oct. 27, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Tony McDonough 40pts

2nd Wayne Cotterill 37pts

3rd Sel Wegner 36pts

B Flight

1st Stefan Hoge 39pts

2nd Sugar Ray 37pts

3rd Neil Fidele 35pts

C Flight

1st Charles Heneghan 38pts

2nd Bruce Mcadam 38pts

3rd Andy Makara 37pts

A large group of 37 players today for Green Valley resulted in 3 divisions.  Scores were good with Tony McDonough (40pts) posting the day’s best to win A Flight.  Stefan Hoge took the plaudits in the second division with 39 points and Charles Heneghan edged Bruce Mcadam for the victory in the C Flight on count-back, both on 38.

There were three ‘2’s, with Lance Robinson and Steve Watkins taking a share of the spoils.