PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society
Sunday, Sept. 28, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Paul Smith (4) 40pts
2nd Neil King (6) 39pts
3rd J P Maffray (11) 37pts
1st Rune Aksdal (25) 44pts
2nd William Peach (16) 39pts
3rd Mick Beresford (18) 36pts
Near Pins: No 5 Rune Aksdal, No 8 Greg Bates, No 12 Neil Young, No 16 Gerry Roche
Rune Askdal (right) with Tookta.
31 players squared up to contest the Sunday bash at the traditional Sunday venue of Green Valley Rayong. To say that Rune Aksdal vanquished the field is putting it lightly. He was a tigeresque 4 shots clear of both divisions. He is fortunate that he has an alias because the field might be after him following his brilliant 44 point performance which contained a near pin that he converted for a 2.
William Peach was five shots back for the silver and a count back was required to sort out the bronze between Mickey Beresford, Colin ‘the Donkey’ Davis and Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby, with Mickey having the upper hand.
Paul Smith’s sparkling 40 point return was the best of the mere mortals in A Flight while Neil King took the top flight silver with a solid 39 points and old friend JP Maffray rounded out the flight.
Neil King, Dave Stockman, Greg Bates and Gerry Roche shared the 2’s pot with Rune.
Tuesday, Sept. 30, Khao Kheow – Stableford
1st Eddy Beilby (15) 38pts
2nd Neil King (6) 37pts
3rd Colin Hopkins (12) 33pts
1st Rune Aksdal (25) 37pts
2nd Jim Elphick (26) 36pts
3rd Marcus Earp (33) 34pts
A visit to Khao Kheow is usually a popular and very competitive affair, and today’s visit proved to be no exception playing in very hot and humid conditions as the scores reflected the difficulty with only three players breaking par.
Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby, playing his usual steady game, headed the senior flight with a man of the match 68 points, although Neil King gave him a close race as he was just a point adrift. Colin Hopkins took the third spot all on his own with a useful 33 points after the initial count back which left Kris Kay potless at sea level.
The inform Rune Aksdal took his second podium position of the week as he headed the junior flight with a solid 37 points. Rune was followed up the podium steps by Jimmy ‘two shots’ Elphick with a steady even par round. Marcus Earp fired a useful 34 points to close the flight out.
Neil King a brace, Colin Davis and Phil Davies shared the 2’s pot.
Wednesday, Oct. 1, Bangpra – Stableford
1st Paul Smith (4) 38pts
2nd John Pierrel (11) 36pts
3rd Neil King (15) 32pts
1st Rod Brown (17) 38pts
2nd Rune Askdal (25) 37pts
3rd Aiden Murray (19) 34pts
Nothing new to report, the same old faces and Paul Smith with his second win of the week. Paul was followed up the podium steps by John Pierrel with a steady even par round as Neil King, who himself made it three flight spots this week, closed the flight with 32 points.
Aussie star Rod Brown was one clear of Rune Askdal and Aiden Murray rounded out the flight on 34 points.
With so much talent on display it was surprising to find that no one carded a 2.
Friday, Oct. 3, Silky Oak – Stableford
1st Adrian Schmidt (15) 41pts
2nd Paul Smith (4) 39pts
3rd Peter Bye (14) 38pts
1st Rune Askdal (25) 38pts
2nd Aiden Murray (19) 37pts
3rd Christy Knight (22) 34pts
Adrian Schmidt was best in A Flight and on the day with a rousing 41 points, relegating two-time winner this week Paul Smith to second place with 39 points. Paul was one clear of Peter Bye.
Rune Askdal continued his remarkable run of form as he topped B Flight with 38 points. His three wins and a second place finish has earned him a trip to the handicap office. Aiden Murray picked up the silver with 37 points leaving newly arrived back from Ireland Christy ‘good’ Knight to close the flight with 34.
Paul Smith retuned a remarkable three 2’s along with six other players.
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.