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PSC golf from Lewiinski’s

Sunday, May 15, Green Valley – Stableford

A Flight

1st Ian Halfpenny (13) 39pts

2nd Gareth Gill (9) 39pts

B Flight

1st Lou Szigligeti (19) 40pts

2nd Colin Davis (16) 38pts

Near Pins:  No 4 Colin Davis, No 9 Jack Grindvold, No 12 Gareth Gill, No 16 Ian Halfpenny.

Lewis Szigligeti, from the rules committee of the peninsular Golf and Social Society of Western Oz, left the extreme city by the sea with a bang as his junior flight 40 points on the Sunday shortened Green Valley outdistanced the field by on clear stroke!  Lewis will be missed, not only because he and his mates were a grand addition to the society but also because this scribe had just mastered the spelling of his name.

Sunday’s A Flight runner up Gareth Gill, left, with B Flight winner Lou Szigligeti. Sunday’s A Flight runner up Gareth Gill, left, with B Flight winner Lou Szigligeti.

‘The donkey’, who featured in last week’s missive with his red hot putting, took the silver a stroke back, his 39 points included three 2’s but it still needs a bit more fine tuning as he missed a two footer – hence the headline Tutu and 2.

Skipping up to the big boys flight saw another get-away boy take the honors, Ian ‘loose change’ Halfpenny waved goodbye as he returned to Vietnam for now, beating Gareth ‘Ralphy’ Gill on count-back 18/13 – 18/11 on the inward nine.

Ian left his winnings in the capable hands of the ‘Eagle’ and ‘One Ball’, needless to say there won’t be much change left on his return.  Cheers Ian!

Along with Colin’s three 2’s were Gareth Gill, Mark Wood and Jack Grindvold.

Tuesday, June 7, Khao Kheow – Stableford

1st Peter Hynard (14) 35pts

2nd Morten Esseth (18) 29pts

A relatively modest group, attributed to the low season, took on the favorite of many, Khao Kheow.  On a day when no player broke par the nearest player to the feat was Peter Hynard who took the day’s honours with 35 points and fired the only ‘2’ of the day.

Morten Esseth made his weekly trip to the pay window with a count-back victory over the unlucky Jan ‘the quite one’ Eriksen for second, both on 29 points.

Wednesday, June 8, Bangpra – Stableford

1st Ed Wyckoff (11) 38pts

2nd Ed Delaney (30) 35pts

3rd Pierre Bietry (14) 34pts

Wily Ed Wyckoff was the only player to solve the Bangpra riddle on this day as he led the gang home through the marauding monkeys as he stood alone, the only competitor under par.  In fact Ed’s 38 points was three clear of Ed Delaney.  Chaten ‘the Raja’ Patel, was the unlucky victim of ‘Captain’ Pierre’s’ count-back.

Peter ‘Don O’corleone’ Henshaw slotted home the only ‘2’ of the day.

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.