Terry Mangan cleans up


PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society

Sunday 19th July Green Valley

A Flight

1st Adam Barton (12) 43pts

2nd Christian Boysen (12) 36pts

3rd JP Maffray (12) 34pts

B Flight

1st Gerry Roche (18) 37pts

2nd Kevin Hamilton (15) 35pts

3rd Pierre Bietry (17) 35pts

C Flight

1stTerry Mangan (20) 39pts

2nd Wirut Siduang (23) 32pts

3rd Merle Humphreys (19) 31pts

A combination of new arrivals, old stalwarts and holidaying “workers” saw the best Sunday turnout for some considerable time.  The course is now back to its best, very well manicured with very quick greens and is a pleasure to play.

Terry Mangan.Terry Mangan.

Adam Barton turned in the best card of the day in A Flight, a terrific 43 points for the man of the match honours.  Adam was seven clear of the always there or there about’s Christian Boysen as pay window regular JP Maffray rounded out the flight with 34 points.

Last week’s record breaker Gerry ‘the Irish rover’ Roche took the top podium step in B Flight with a sound 37 points, proving he can still compete with his new handicap.  Gerry was followed up the podium steps by big Kevin Hamilton and Pierre Bietry as they went head to head, and not for the first time I might add, in a count back, both with 35 points.  Big Kevin got to stand on the second step leaving Pierre to close the flight.

C Flight was a clean cut affair as new arrival Terry ‘pork chop Mangan took the top step with a solid 39 points.  Terry was seven shots clear of Wirut Siduang and a further stroke clear of Merle ‘the swirl’ Humphreys.

Monday, July 20, Mt. Shadow – Stableford

A Flight

1st John Harrison (16) 35pts

2nd Wayne (12) 30pts

3rd Connie Walsh (11) 28pts

B Flight

1st Wirut Siduang (23) 35pts

2nd Peter Henshaw (26) 29pts

3rd terry Mangan (20) 27pts

The challenging Mountain Shadow was the host to the Lewiinski’s mob this Monday, and they found the course in exceptional condition although the accompanying breeze made life difficult as no player managed to break par.

John Harrison in A Flight and Wirut Siduang in B Flight were the nearest as they both returned 35 points for the day’s honours.  John was followed up the podium steps by Wayne (no surname on the card) with 30 points while Irishman Connie Walsh gratefully accepted the bronze prize with 28 points.

Wirut was six clear of Peter ‘the silver surfer’ Henshaw in B Flight as County Wicklow’s favourite son Terry ‘pork chop’ Mangan was just delighted to see any part of the podium with 27 points.

Wednesday, July 22, Burapha – Stableford

A Flight

1st Jody Meade (16) 35pts

2nd Jeffrey Horsfield (12) 34pts

3rd John Harrison (16) 34pts

B Flight

1st Wirut Siduang (23) 37pts

2nd Terry Mangan (20) 35pts

3rd Thierry Temime (25) 35pts

Once again the conditions proved to be a little harder than most would have wished for although the course could not be faulted, with the greens playing very true and showing that it will not be long before they start to rival Khao Kheow and Green Valley.  Again there was a fair turnout for the day’s competition, which warranted the formation of two divisions.

B Flight was led by Wirut Siduang who was the only player to better his handicap as he made it three pay window appearances on the trot.  Wirut’s 37 points edged second placed Terry ‘pork chop’ Mangan, also a three time winner this week, and third placed Thierry Temime, both with 35 points.  The latter fell to the bronze by virtue of a count back loss on the inner nine.

Jody Meade stood atop the senior podium with 35 points, one stroke clear of Jeffrey Hosfield and John Harrison, with the scales of justice tipping in Jeffrey’s favour.

Friday, July 24, Pattana – Stableford

A Flight

1st Wira Siduang (8) 36pts

2nd Michael Jeffreys (15) 31pts

3rd Jeffrey Hosfield (13) 32pts

B Flight

1st Merle Humphreys (19) 38pts

2nd Michael Coghlan (20) 29pts

3rd Terry Mangan (20) 29pts

It was a sunny morning but the fresh wind, coupled with hard and fast greens, set up difficult playing conditions for the Lewiinski’s mob who were playing the always popular Pattana from the white tees.

Most struggled but there was one exception, an outstanding score from Merle Humphreys of 38 points to win the match honours and B Flight by a record nine strokes.  Following Merle in B Flight at a distance was Michael Coghlan as the man in the bold print made it four pay window trips this week.

Only one player managed to play to par in A Flight, three time winner this week Wira Siduang who was five shots clear of Mike ‘the welsh Dragon’ as the consistent Jeffrey Horsfield rounded out the flight a further shot adrift

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 otherwise why not call Peter on 0861396301. Transport is provided.