Wegner blows hot at Green Valley

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PSC Golf from the Billabong Golf Bar

Monday, Jan. 12, Plutalaung – Stableford

It was a very busy day at the Navy course on Monday, the place was jam packed and when we arrived at the tee we knew it was going to be a slow round and a long day.  We played the East and South layouts today off the white tees. 

There were only three scores of note and no ‘2’s.  Glyn Davies took third with 37 points, one less than second placed George Barrie.  The winner on the day was Chris Dodd with a magnificent 42 points.

Wayne Cotterell, Sel Wegner and George Barrie.Wayne Cotterell, Sel Wegner and George Barrie.

Mark Stangroom got the voucher from the Greenway Driving Range for a 30 minute lesson courtesy of his 26 points – hope it does some good for you Mark!

Wednesday, Jan. 14, Green Valley – Stableford

Green Valley was in great condition, even though there were one or two grumbles about the greens being a little hairy and slow, and the weather was cool with a nice breeze blowing and bright sunshine.  We had ten groups and were away right on time.

Arch Armstrong got the nod for fifth place today with his 39 points.  Fourth spot went to Dave Driscoll with 40 points, losing out on count back to third placed George Barrie.  In second was Thip with 41 points and top spot went to Sel Wegner with his best round in ages, 43 points, a great round of golf.

There were four ‘2’s, coming from Mashi Kaneta, Wayne Cotterell, Sel Wegner and Bob Philp.

Friday, Jan. 16, Mt. Shadow – Stableford

It was a pleasure to play Mountain Shadow today as the course was in grand condition with lightening fast greens as usual.  With five groups playing, we got away a little early and had a round just on 4 and a bit hours.

This is one of the hardest courses for greens to putt on if you get above the hole it is almost impossible to stop the ball anywhere close to the hole so three putts are quite common.  The scores were pretty good with 35 taking third place for Arch Armstrong, just losing out on count back to Gary Ritchie, and first place went to Wayne Cotterell with 36.

There were five ‘2’s coming from Alan beck, Arch Armstrong, Steve Richardson and two from Jeff North.

Stan Stoker donated an Odyssey putter and it sold for 2,000 baht which went into the children’s fund box.  Thank you Bob StAubin for the donation, hope the putter works for you mate.

There are still a few spots left for the Khao Yai trip in February.  If anyone is interested coming along call Bob on 082 204 3411.