Links Golf Society 18/1

“A” flight, Wayne Peppernell (C) with Steven Eddowes (L),Peter Mace (R)

 

Pattaya Links Golf Society…..Greenwood…A+C…Fri.  Jan.18….S/Ford.

 

Wayne Wins a Three-Way Countback

 

We already knew that Greenwood Golf Course was going to be busy for this day, with at least 3 PSC Bars all with a 10.00 am tee time, followed by various other groups.

 

First to the starters and managers, well done to you. All three nines were used, with Links golfers starting on the “C” nine, to be followed by the “A” nine. We then proceeded to have a clear run for the entire round.

 

The weather for the start and most of the game was just perfect for golf, with the sun behind cloud and a pleasant breeze, making very comfortable conditions.

 

The course is looking a treat right now with the plenty of water to keep the fairways green. Some areas, perhaps, had a little too much water and were soft, with the ball picking up some mud, but had good run.

The normally quick greens, at this time of year, tended to be just a tad slower, maybe they are due for a mowing.

 

Great conditions gave us the good scores we might have expected and gave us a thrilling three-way tie in the “A” flight.

 

Wayne Peppernell  has been in excellent form this last couple of weeks and with the more powerful finish held out in a tight countback situation.

All three players had fine scores of 39 points, so Ralph McConnell then won his countback against an unlucky Mike Kaps who had his final game this trip.

Top efforts from all three.

 

Right behind them were two newcomers to Links, with 38 points each. Zac Carson won the countback from Jason Kerr. Crowded up there.

 

“B” flight was a little more cut and dried with returning Greg Thompson

scoring first up with 36 points. John Hughes was right on his tail scoring 35 points.

Then came another countback as Keith Melbourne nudged out his mate, Len Jones, just. Both did well for 32 points, and Tip Briney rounded out the podium with 31.
Near pins: Ralph McConnell (C3), Mike Kaps (C6), Tony Kerry (A2), Jason Kerr (A6).

 

“A” Flight (0-20)

 

1st  Place – Wayne Peppernell (14 ) -39 pts c/back

2nd Place – Ralph McConnell (17) -39 pts c/back

3rd Place – Mike Kaps (18) – 39 pts

4th Place – Zac Carson (4) – 38 pts c/back

5th Place – Jason Kerr (2) – 38 pts

 

“B” Flight (21+)

 

1st  Place – Greg Thompson (22) – 36 pts

2nd Place – John Hughes (21) – 35 pts

3rd Place – Keith Melbourne (35) – 32 pts c/back

4th Place – Len Jones (32) – 32 pts

5th Place – Tip Briney (27) – 31 pts

 

Best Front Nine ( non winners)……Niall Caven ………20 pts

Best Back Nine ( non winners)…….Maurice Roberts…19 pts

 

Thirty nine players today and plenty of winners. There are two prizes we try to avoid, but somebody has to “win”

In the absence of any silly things happening, Steven Eddowes wore the “silly hat” for the lowest points on either nine.

Peter Mace just had the lowest score and wore the “wig”.

 

Pattaya Links Golf Society is a PSC affiliated, friendly group and welcomes golfers of all levels. We play  Monday ,Wednesday and Friday.”      Links” Bar is towards the Southern end of Soi Buakhow.

Check the Big board out front for upcoming  games schedule.

Sign up at Links Bar or online to join us for a fun day of competition golf.

 

 

 

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