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PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday, November 6, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Peter Lenoury (10) 45pts

2nd Bob Newell (7) 38pts

3rd Steve Mulberry (10) 37pts

B Flight

1st Barry Tregurtha (20) 41pts

2nd Ed Delaney (25) 39pts

3rd Mike Craighead (22) 38pts 

Near Pins:  No 4 Barry Tregurtha; No 9 Peter Henshaw; No 12 Nick O’Donnell; No 16 Claude Harder

Well you didn’t have to wait long for the title guy’s story to emerge: Peter ‘The Right Honorable’ Lenoury was man of the match with 45 blistering points.  It should be noted that such a points total by Peter belies a gross 73 at the society’s home course.  He did this remarkable feat picking up two near pins on the way.

Peter’s 45 points overshadowed the fine effort of every body’s favorite ‘Broad more’ Bob.  Blackpool’s Steve, always a welcome addition to the society ranks, was a further shot back from Bob for the bronze.

Sunday’s winner Peter Lenoury. Sunday’s winner Peter Lenoury.

Barry the book Tregurtha, who plies his golf at the always tough Siam Country Club, hence his highest ever recorded handicap, cruised to the junior top spot with a rock solid 41 points.  Barry’s effort was two strokes clear of the always in contention Irishman Ed Delaney.

When Mike ‘The Mechanic’ Craighead, Colin ‘the Donkey’ Davis and Peter Wallace walked off the course they were happy, but that changed to sadness when the junior flight was announced, and it got even tougher for the Donkey and Peter as they got to watch the presentation sitting on a bar stool.

Along with Peter’s brace, further 2’s were added by ‘Broad More’ Bob, Claude Harder and Francis Goyons.

Back at Lewiinski’s and after the presentation, Peter kindly rang the bell to celebrate his fine day.

Monday, November 7, Crystal Bay – Stableford

A Flight

1st Brian Dunbar (13) 39pts

2nd Kevin Mcentee (7) 36pts

B Flight

1st Mike Jeffreys (18) 35pts

2nd Colm Mullen (15) 35pts

It didn’t seem possible that it was the 7th of November already but that is what the golf schedule said, and it is about that time of the year that Ireland’s Colm Mullen takes one off his vacations to join the gang, so welcome back Colm.

Anyway, he joined us in time to take on the tough Crystal Bay where Brian Dunbar took the top rung in the flagship flight as he was also the only player to break par.  Kevin Mcentee the infamous (Offaly Gang leader) has taken awhile to adjust this trip but he  finally managed to put in a podium finish as his even par round was good for the silver.

It was a standoff in the junior flight as Mike the Welsh ‘Wizard’ faced up to Ireland’s Colm’ The silent assassin’ Mullen and Mike cast a spell over Colum who, ever the gracious one, yielded to Mike to accept the silver.

Colm did however claim a ‘2’ as a wee bit of compensation along with Mike Holmes (no relation to John) and the Donkey.

Wednesday, November 9, Bangpra – Stableford

A Flight

1st Gary Green (10) 37pts

2nd Peter LeNoury (10) 37pts

3rd J P Grasser (10) 35pts

B Flight

1st Reg McKay (13) 39pts

2nd Brian Dunbar (13) 36pts

3rd Colin Davis (15) 36pts

C Flight

1st Billy Herterich (20) 37pts

2nd Christy Knight (21) 36pts

3rd Joe Tynan (28) 35pts

Scotland’s very own Buckie boot boy Reg McKay was not the biggest guy in the field by any stretch of the imagination this Wednesday at Bangpra, but he was certainly the best.  His 39 points was three clear of the tandem of Brian Dunbar and Colin ‘the Donkey’ in B Flight as Brian’s more favorable inward nine relegated the Donkey to the bronze.

Moving up to the senior flight saw Sunday’s hero in a count back with Gary Green for the senior flight gold, with the scales tipping in Gary’s favour.  A triumvirate of players was in contention to fill the last flight spot; J P Grasser, Thierry Petrement and J P Maffrey but it was the latter who came out of the count back on top to fill the flight.

The junior flight was all wrapped up by Billy Herterich with a solid 37 points.  Billy was closely followed in by two of Ireland’s favorite boys in Christy ‘Good’ Knight and Joe ‘Sat nav’ Tynan, stringed out behind Billy in one shot digit increments.

Trevor Loftus and Co. Dublin’s new lord mayor Colm Mullen split a very healthy 2’s pot.

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.