PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf Society
Sunday, July 20, Green Valley – Stableford
1st Bob Watson (6) 41pts
2nd Paul Smith (4) 38pts
3rd Dave Hutchinson (0) 37pts
1st Yves Moultier (15) 39pts
2nd Eddy Beilby (15) 39pts
3rd Christian Boysen (19) 37pts
Near Pins: No 5 Dave Stockman, No 8 Pat Regan, No 12 Jum Karagit, No 16 Dave Hutchinson.
Aussie star Bob Watson garnered the title spot with a superb gross 73, which racked up 41 points to take A Flight and the man of the match honours. The rest of the low handicappers showed well on the day with Paul Smith having to settle for second despite a sizzling 38 points. A log-jam of four players vied for the third spot involving David Hutchinson, Ed ‘our man in the Whitehouse’ Wyckoff, Paul Bray and Kevin Waycott; when the divots had settled it was Dave the scratch player who filled the bronze spot leaving Ed Wyckoff, Paul and Kevin standing at sea level and pot less
Incredibly Yves Moultier once again took charge of B Flight to record his fifth win in five outings with the society. This set a record at Lewiinski’s that may take some time to equal as Yves continued his unforgettable run of golf (at least for him) and leave the rest of B Flight to wonder what they have to do to stop him.
Yves was closely pursued by Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby and Phil Davies, both with steady 37 point returns but with the former having the better of the count back
Bob Watson, Dave Stockman, Jim Brackett, William Peach and Jim Bell shared the 2’s pot.
Tuesday, July 22, Bangpra – Stableford
1st Kevin Rogers (11) 39pts
2nd Connie Walsh (11) 34 pts
3rd JP Maffray (11) 34 pts
1st Phil Davies (21) 35pts
2nd Yves Moultier (17) 34pts
3rd Mike Jefferys (18) 33pts
It was off to one of the most entertaining venues for the day, the Japan promotion Bangpra, where a visit from the friendly monkeys is quite common. Anyway, no one was more entertained than Aussie star Kevin Rogers as his excellent 39 points took the top spot in A Flight. Kevin was the only player to better par on the day and he was five clear of Ireland’s Connie Walsh. It should be noted that Connie needed a count back to secure the silver over society friend JP Maffray.
The top spot in B Flight went to Phil Davies who made it a second pay window visit this week. Yves Moultier, who has really put the pedal down to the floor of late, made it six podium spots in as many games with his 34 points and Mike ‘the Welsh Wizard’ Jefferys tided up the flight on 33.
Connie Walsh was the sole heir to the 2’s pot.
Wednesday, July 23, Treasure Hills – Stableford
1st Adam Barton (15) 40pts
2nd Tom Gorey (15) 40pts
3rd Connie Walsh (11) 32pts
1st Yves Moultier (17) 37pts
2nd Jimmy Day (20) 33pts
3rd Merle Humphreys (20) 33pts
1st Phil Davies (21) 28pts
2nd Jim Elphick (22) 25pts
3rd John Ianson (26) 24pts
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 or call Colin on 089 826 0764. Transport is provide