Apple’s Irish Bar 4/12
A good turnout of 3 groups on Friday 4th December at Burapha. The course was in very good condition and the greens and the greens are almost back to their best. There was only 1 winner of the carryover 2’s pot, Dubliner Derek Phillips. In 3rd place with a very good 37 pts was Greg Scott (17). In 2nd place, losing out on count back with an excellent 38 pts, back 9, 17pts was Rory ” purple patch ” Gilpin (20). The winner also with 38pts, back9 19 pts was the Cockney Irishman Jim Reid (25).
On Tuesday 8th we were at Eastern Star with great turnout of 5 groups. The course was in excellent condition and the greens were very slick and tricky. But mind you a few of our players coped very well. B Flight was won by South African , Rudy Regenass (20) on the last 6. Taking the spoils from Aussie Tim Knight (25) both shooting 37pts. A Flight was quite so competitive and the winner with 34pts was Greg Scott (16) . In 2nd place was Tom Gorey (18) with 32pts. The winner on the day with a fantastic 40pts , completing a hat trick of wins was in form Jim Reid (25).
On Friday the 11th we visited Bangpra with 3 groups. The course was in very good condition but allowing five balls and six balls on the course makes for a slow round. In 3rd place was that man again Jim Reid (25) with a more modest 33pts. In 2nd place, making a long awaited return to the podium with 34pts was Doug Campbell (21). The winner and a regular visitor to the podium with a very good 37pts was Canada’s Rory Gilpin (19) Photos to follow. Thanking you, Tom Gorey
Hat trick winner Jim Reid with Captain Ian
Rory Gilpin and Doug Campbell ( Doug is the ine with the man bag ) with Captain Ian