Tore tames Treasure Hill

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Jan Lovgreen, left, and Tore Eliassen, right, with Dave ‘The Admiral’.
Jan Lovgreen, left, and Tore Eliassen, right, with Dave ‘The Admiral’.

PSC Golf from Café Kronborg

A Flight (0-23)

1st Tore Eliassen (22) 38pts

2nd Rob Brown (5) 36pts

3rd Richard Kubicki (10) 35pts

4th Carole Kubicki (23) 34pts

B Flight (24+)

1st Jan Lovgreen (25) 34pts

2nd Tiziano Dal Pastro (25) 31pts

3rd Karen Brown (31) 31pts

4th Steen Habersaat (25) 30pts

Near Pins: Kenneth Madsen, Carole Kubicki, Rob Brown (x2).

Long Putts: Carole Kubicki, Peter Hammond.

Cafe Kronborg played Treasure Hill on Monday where the yellow tees were chosen to give the players a reasonable chance of beating the course. The course was in great condition and the greens were a lovely pace, not as fast as they can be.

The A flight winner was Tore Eliassen with a superb 38 points, the score of the day, and the only player to beat their handicap. In second place was Rob Brown with a solid 36 points off his 5 handicap. Third and fourth place were taken by the Kubicki family, with Richard taking third on 35 points and Carole coming in close behind.

In B flight the winner, for the second time in a row, was Jan Lovgreen with 34 points while second and third places were decided on countback with both players having 31 points; Tiziano Dal Pastro took second place, just edging out Karen Brown. Fourth place was again decided on countback with Steen Habersaat taking it ahead of Peter Hammond, both with 30 points.

Thursday, Feb. 14, Bangpakong – Stableford

A Flight (0-22)

1st Rob Brown (5) 37pts

2nd Richard Kubicki (10) 35pts

3rd Peter Bygballe (18) 34pts

4th Kjeld Jorgensen (20) 34pts

B Flight (23+)

1st Kurt Sandgaard (32) 33pts

2nd Peter Hammond (31) 31pts

3rd Karl Beter (33) 31pts

4th Arne Max Pedersen (23) 30pts

Near Pins: Kjeld Jorgensen, Richard Kubicki, Carole Kubicki, Rob Brown

Long Putts: Ragna Petursdottir, Ulla Ravn.

Rob Brown.
Rob Brown.

Cafe Kronborg played Bangpakong on Valentine’s Day and the course was in lovely condition with greens slightly slower than usual. The course has had some changes in the last year making it a bit harder, added to this a bit of a swirling wind on the second nine and evil pin positions scoring was not so easy.

Back in the clubhouse the cards bore witness to a Valentine’s Day Massacre of sorts, with only one player managing to beat their handicap. The A flight winner was Rob Brown with a finely crafted 37 points, the score of the day, while second was Richard Kubicki with a hard earned 35. Third and fourth places were decided on a very close countback with 2 players having 34 points. Peter Bygballe triumphed, taking third with 20 points on the back and 8 points on the last 3 holes and Kjeld Jorgensen narrowly lost out, with 6 points on the last 3 holes.

In B flight the winner was Kurt Sandgaard with a respectable 33 points and second and third places were decided on countback with both players having 31 points. Peter Hammond took the silver with a countback of 18 points, bettering Karl Beter by one. In fourth place was Arne Max Pedersen with 30 points, Arne only taking one week to get on the winner’s podium since coming back to Thailand.