PSC Golf from The Outback Golf Bar
Monday, Nov. 9, Burapha – Stableford
1st Thierry Petrement (15) 46pts
2nd Thierry Temime (27) 41pts
3rd Peter Moon (22) 37pts
Playing the enjoyable A & B courses at Burapha from the white tees meant the scoring was relatively high on Monday, with 8 people beating their handicaps.
(Left to right) Steve Mann with Wally Brown, Eddie Beilby and Wayne Cotterell.
The honors on the day went to our two French compatriots, Thierry Temime and Thierry Petrement. Winning against their regular playing partner, Freddy Starbeck, is costing Freddy a lot nowadays, no wonder he is complaining so much about his handicap! Tough it out Freddy, good days will come again!
Scoring a fabulous 41 points in second place, Thierry Temime is starting to make serious inroads into his high handicap, and he will no doubt continue to improve. Thierry Petrement played his best round ever, breaking 80 for the first time as he had a flawless game helped in part by luck I was told, hitting a rock on a bad shot, bouncing onto the green and going in (for example). Well that’s the way it goes Thierry, enjoy the moment since the golfing gods will have their revenge on another day!
There were 3 two’s recorded, from Geoff Christie, Wally Brown and Robbie Barnes.
Friday, Nov. 13, Green Valley – Stableford
Div 1 (0-16)
1st Wally Brown (16) 39pts
2nd Stephen Mann (10) 37pts
3rd Kevin Hamilton (15) 34pts
Div 2 (17+)
1st Andy Makara (27) 39pts
2nd Chris Thompson (26) 38pts
3rd Bruce McAdam (25) 34pts
Another few new faces joined us today, with Paul Pedelty, Jim Black, Bill Dartnell, Frostie and Steve Compton coming along for the ride.
In Division 2 with 14 players today, Bruce Macadam, who is starting to make a habit of getting into the prizes, had yet another podium finish after scoring 34 points. In second was Chris Thompson with a fine round of 38 points, and Andy Makara, being a dark horse with some terrible and great rounds just days apart, clinched top spot on 39.
In division 1, Kevin Hamilton made it to third place with 34 points, Stephen Mann scored 37 off his 10 handicap for the runner-up slot, and the man of the day was Wally Brown, scoring a superb 39 points on this otherwise low scoring day.
There were four ‘2’s, recorded by Steve Mann (2), Eddy Beilby and Anne Suominen.