PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society
Sunday, July 28, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Connie Walsh 11) 35pts
2nd JP Maffray (11) 36pts
3rd Bob StAubin (12) 36pts
1st Peter Terry (19) 39pts
2nd Peter Henshaw (16) 36pts
3rd Merle Humphreys (19) 33pts
The story of the day was Peter Terry’s 39 points for man of the match and tops in B Flight. He was also the only player to better par on the day at the Sunday shortened Green Valley. Peter’s score was three clear of the pride of Dublin, Peter ‘Don O’corleone’ Henshaw and Merle Humphreys; the Paddy prevailed in the following count back and Peter also pocketed a near pin which he converted for a 2.
Wednesday winner, Peter LeNoury.
Dale Shier and Colin Davis shared the 2’s pot with Peter.
Monday, July 29, Bangprakong – Stableford
1st Rod Brown (18) 43pts
2nd Pat Adland (25) 40pts
3rd Freddy Starbeck (12) 40pts
A relatively modest group, attributable no doubt to the season and back to back playing days, made the long journey to play the customer friendly Bangpakong Riverside.
Rod Brown led the boys into the shed with a 43 point lashing and Pat Adland put a final punctuation on his A Flight silver finish thanks to a count back win over Freddy’ the quite one’ Starbeck. We might be seeing Pat more often.
Pat and Freddy went head to head again as they split the 2s pot.
Wednesday, July 31, Pattana B & C – Stableford
1st Peter LeNoury (9) 38pts
2nd Barry Copestake (14) 38pts
3rd JP Maffray (11) 37pts
1st Mike Jeffreys (18) 36pts
2nd Rod Brown (18) 35pts
3rd Merle Humphreys (19) 34pts
Peter ‘the right honorable’ LeNoury was the story of the day as he started to build a formidable bid for ‘the title slot ‘with a co-man of the match count back winning 38pts, a score he shared with Barry ‘the boot’ Copestake in the premier flight. JP Maffray, who is well known at the pay window, filled the flight as he edged Rod Morison on his own count back, unfortunately there was no step left on the podium for Rod.
Mike ‘the Welsh wizard’ Jeffreys, who could find his way to the pay window blind-folded, took the laurels in B Flight with a steady even par round. Mike was followed up the podium steps by this week’s co title holder, Rod Brown, as he made is second podium appearance in the week a shot back, and the other man in the bold print, Merle Humphreys, was a further shot back.
Peter LeNoury and JP Maffray split the 2’s pot.
Friday, August 2, Mountain Shadow – Stableford
1st Nick Shaw (17) 39pts
2nd Colin Davis (17) 37pts
3rd Laurie McBride (14) 32pts
1st Merle Humphreys (19) 34pts
2nd Rod Brown (18) 33pts
3rd Jim Elphick (25) 32pts
Fittingly Friday capped the week off with both the title boys fighting to make the headlines their own, but the headline committee decided rightly so that both should share the honor. Merle Humphreys took the top spot in B Flight with 34 points; one clear of fellow co-title man Rod Brown to make it three podium place finishes each for the week. Jimmy ‘two shots’ Elphick rounded out the flight a further shot back.
Nick Shaw was the top man in A Flight and man of the match with a splendid 39 points on what many believe is the toughest par 72 on the Eastern Seaboard. Nick was two shots clear of ‘the Donkey’ who I imagine is the man of the month for July. Irishman Laurie McBride’s eyes were smiling as he grabbed the last B Flight bag of loot.
Colin Davis, Laurie McBride and Peter Henshaw shared the 2’s pot.
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 Colin on 089 826 0764. Transport is provided.