Stop-press: Reid all about it


PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday, Sept. 16, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Pat Regan (12) 35pts

2nd Bob Newell (7) 34pts

B Flight

1st Jimmy Day (18) 33pts

2nd Lou Szigligeti (18) 30pts

Near Pins:  No 4 Mike Thompson; No 9 Yui Bietry; No 9 Yui Bietry; No 16 Tony Huxtable

Having been on the injured reserve list for approximately fourteen months, Co. Wicklow’s Jimmy ‘good’ Day used his first outing to lead the B Flight charge with 33 points on a blustery and rain affected day at Green Valley.  Aussie ‘traffic Warden’ Lou Zig-Zag edged one of the nicest people you will ever meet, Barry ‘the boot’ Copestake, for the silver with a bogie free 30 points.

Sunday’s winners, Pat Regan, left, with Jimmy Day. Sunday’s winners, Pat Regan, left, with Jimmy Day.

Co. Dublin’s Pat ‘the Irish rover’ Regan completed an Emerald Isle thrashing as he showed he has a great deal of upside potential even though he is currently off a very creditable 12 handicap.  His man of the match 35 points in these conditions bears testimony to that.  ‘Broad more’ Bob kept his head bent as he accepted the second place prize for his less than memorable 34 point total.

Tony Huxtable was the sole recipient of ‘2’s pot.

The society welcomed back Christy and Mango Knight today.

Monday, Sept. 17, Pattana C&B – Stableford

1st Jim Reid (29) 41pts

2nd JJ Harney (11) 32pts

Well here’s the reason for this week’s headline; Jim Reid, who has never before won a Lewiinski’s competition despite numerous attempts, showed that he might have solved the plot as he put together a 42-point haul that was a massive nine points clear of JJ Harney.  Jim also received his first invite to the handicap sectary.

Just to rub it in, Jim won a half share of the ‘2’s pot with Espen Kristoffersen.

Wednesday, Sept. 19, Bangpra – Stableford

A Flight

1st John Pierrel (12) 34pts

2nd Billy Briton (16) 34pts

B Flight

1st Lou Szigligeti (18) 35pts

2nd Peter Henshaw (20) 32pts

Bangpra was the task in hand for the midweek bash as the overnight rain left the course in a very wet condition.  It did not seem to deter Aussie Lou ‘the Traffic warden’ Szigligeti however.  He has yet to hit a consistent stride this visit but is sending out seismic signs that an explosion may be in the offering as he was man of the match and top in B Flight with 35 points.  Peter ‘Don o Corleone’ Henshaw, who is always around the podium, continued this way with 32 points and the Silver.

John Pierrel needed summation of the last three holes, the third level of count back to edge Billy Briton for the A Flight toast.  The highlight of the day was Eddy ‘the Eagle’s’ third shot on the eleventh hole par-five, as Eddy let go of his club during his swing which resulted in it landing in the middle of the lake.  Eddy had no option but to go in and retrieve his wedge and play out the game in his bare feet.

Colin Davis and Jim Reid split the 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.


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