Terry & Jean – Sunday’s best


PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday, June 2, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Terry Mangan (14) 39pts

2nd Peter Hynard (13) 38pts

3rd Danny Senko (7) 38pts

B Flight

1st Jean LaRoche (18) 39pts

2nd Tierney Clayton (32) 39pts

3rd Vic Hester (16) 39pts

Near Pins:  No 2 Jason Senko, No 9 JP Maffray, No 12 Jim Bell, No 16 Brad Delaney.

Terry ‘Pork chop’ Mangan, Jean LaRoche, Tierney Clayton and Vic ‘the inflictor Hester were all men of the match as they all signed 39 point cards on the day in A and B Flights respectively.  Pork chop was followed in the senior flight by Peter ‘fluent in Thai’ Hynard who edged Victor the inflictor on count back as Vic tidied up the flight.

B Flight’s three-way count back was quickly sorted out as Jean emerged top dog and Tierney Clayton gained the second spot as Victor the inflictor closed the flight.

Terry Mangan (left) congratulates golfer of the month JJ Mafray.Terry Mangan (left) congratulates golfer of the month JJ Mafray.

JP Affray’s solid play for the month of May took the lead crystal cut glass trophy for the golfer of the month award.

Tuesday, June 4, Greenwood A & B – Stableford

A Flight

1st Salvatore Brizzi (7) 34pts

2nd JP Maffray (14) 34pts

3rd Paul Hack (11) 33pts

B Flight

1st Christy Knight (23) 37 pts

2nd Mike Jeffreys (20) 33pts

3rd Tom Gorey (20) 32pts

Tuesday found the society of to the damp, albeit imminently playable A & C nines of the Peter W Thompson designed Greenwood Golf Club.  The conditions suited our Irish members down to the ground as Co. Dublin’s favourite son Christy ‘good’ knight started his bid for the large font with a sizzling man of the match 37 points (Ha – I can hear Mango from here).  Mike the Welsh Wizard was pleased with his second place podium finish but it took him a count back to edge Christy’s mate and Co. Wexford man Tom Gorey.

A Flight had two 34 pointers from Salvatore Brizzi and the man on fire, JP Maffray.  Salvatore had the better of his mate on count back.  The flight was rounded out by the very likeable Aussie Paul Hack who was one stroke in arrears.

No 2’s were recorded.

Wednesday, June 5, Burapha A & B – Stableford

1st Jim Reid (26) 34pts

2nd Rod Brown (18) 33pts

3rd Colin Davis (18) 33pts

The field is always a bit more modest on the second day of the society’s weekly back-to-back features and this Wednesday was no exception.

Jim ‘I’m getting better’ Reid led the field with a top score on the day 34 points.  Right on Jim’s well rounded heals were Rod Brown and Colin ‘the Donkey’ Davis with their twin 33’s.  The esteemed gentleman Rodney did what most can only dream of, that is get one over the Donkey.

No 2’s were recorded again so it was a rollover on Friday.

Friday, June 7,Crystal Bay B & C – Stableford

A Flight

1st Max Scott (4) 38pts

2nd Bob Watson (3) 38pts

3rd JP Maffray (14) 35pts

B Flight

1st Jim Reid (26) 38pts

2nd Gerry Roche (18) 37pts

3rd Aiden Murray (23) 36pts

The week concluded with a trip to the well-maintained Crystal Bay near Chonburi where both flight winners plus Bob Watson managed excellent 38 point returns.  Max claimed top spot in A Flight via a count back over fellow Aussie Bob who for some reason wasn’t all that bothered.  The man of the month, old friend JP Maffray, took the bronze three shots in arrears.

Jim was chased home in B Flight in one shot increments by Irishman Gerry Roche and Aiden Murray.

Now here’s the reason Aussie Bob Watson was not to disappointed with his cont back loss – Bob was the sole heir to a very healthy two game rollover ‘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.