PSC golf from Lewiinski’s
Sunday, May 1, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Gordon Wallace (15) 40pts
2nd Bob Newell (5) 38pts
1st Jan Eriksen (18) 39pts
2nd Mark Bonner (15) 38pts
Near Pins: Garry Blackburne, Einar Widness, Terry Mangan, Yui Bietry
With the Co. Offaly gang heading back to Ireland with their pockets lined with the society’s loot and monthly medal, it was Gordon Wallace who did the best work on the day in the premier flight as evidenced by his rock solid 40 points. Bob ‘Seamless’ Newell appears to have well and truly put his run of health problems behind him as his 38 points was good for the silver.
‘Snowball’ winner Terry Mangan.
Jan ‘the silent one’ stole the show in the junior flight with a steady 39 point return. Mussels Bonner cashed in on his last game before returning to his London cab duty, with a more than useful 38 points.
Yui Bietry, Garry Blackburne, Thierry Petremont, and Einar Widness shared the 2’s pot.
Back at the ranch it was sad to see Mussels head back home, the same could not be said of the Offaly Gang, but the Irish had the last say as Terry Mangan won the snowball and graciously rang the bell.
Tuesday, May 3, Khao Kheow A&B – Stableford
1st Jon Haugen (7) 33pts
2nd Peter Hynard (14) 31pts
3rd Tore Eliassen (14) 31pts
A relatively modest group (attribute to the season) took on the favorite of many, Khao Kheow. The scores reflected the difficulty of the A&B layout and John Haugen, a regular visitor to the pay window, was top performer on the day with a modest 33 points.
Jon was followed up the podium steps by old friends Peter ‘the right Honorable’ Hynard and Tore Eliassen; the order of accent was determined by count-back.
Jon Haugen, John Heaney and Einar Widness shared the 2’s pot.
Wednesday, May 4, Bangpra – Stableford
1st Wira Siduang (10) 41pts
2nd Jan Erikssen (18) 36pts
3rd Gordon Wallace (15) 33pts
There was no man of the match, but there was a lady of the match as Wira Siduang put a 41 point lashing on the field. Jon ‘the quite one’ carded an even par round for second place. Gordon Wallace got the right result in a count-back to fill the podium over the unlucky Tore Eliassen.
Friday, May 6, The Emerald – Stableford
1st Wira Siduang (10) 39pts
2nd Jimmy Day (15) 36pts
3rd Pierre Bietry (15) 35pts
1st Barry Oats (27) 36pts
2nd Joe Tynan (29) 34pts
3rd Jim Elphick (23) 34pts
As is so often the case, a player’s vacation ends just as he or she finds her form and Wira Siduang experienced just that. Wira cashed 39 points to take the A Flight and the match honours for the second victory on her last week before returning to the tepid weather of Oslo, Norway. The society whishes Wira and Einar all the best, especially Wira with her amended handicap.
Jimmy vice Captain Day showed he is ready for the upcoming challenge as he edged Pierre the Captain elect by a single shot for second.
Barry Oats shot even par for top spot in the junior flight; this made also-rans out of Joe ‘Sat-Nav’ Tynan and Jimmy ‘Two shots’ Elphick – Joe gaining a count-back decision over Jimmy.
Pity Wira’s old man Einar never made the podium but he did cop a super 2’s rollover to easily take care of the Taxi to the airport.
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.