Result of PSC Event at Phoenix on 16th May 2019 (169th)
PSC Event at Phoenix on 16th May – 2 person scramble
Following the Valentines Day Scramble, the Charity Classic at Khao Kheow and the Club Championship at Bangpra, the PSC’s regular monthly series of events for 2019 kicked off at Phoenix Gold yesterday, the 16th May, with a two person scramble. This was the first of a number of “novelty” tournaments, planned for the summer season.
40 had signed up for the day but due to heavy overnight rain in conjunction with the upcoming professional ladies tournament, carts were not allowed on the course; resulting in one of our players having to withdraw. Otherwise all went well at the start, the usual committee in place; Tim, Nigel and Ing doing an excellent job of registering everyone upon their arrival, leaving Jack at the start on Mountain, getting them all away on schedule with remarkable ease.
The weather was good, the rain stayed away and by all reports the course was in excellent condition.
The winners were Sel Wegner & Wayne Cotterell with a net score of 62, playing off a handicap of 8, (25% of their combined).
From the left;- Sel & Wayne
For their efforts they won a 43 inch smart TV each. Sel, who accepted the prizes from PSC Golf Chairman Jack at the Sugar Shack in Soi 13/3, could not believe what they had won and couldn’t wipe the smile off his face.
Second were David Marrison & Myles Knowlson (H’cap 6.25) with a score of 62.75; third went to James Glossop & Brendan Cope (H’cap 10) on 63 and fourth to Gabriel Enright & PSC Charity Chairlady, Noi Emmerson with 64.25 playing off 8.75.
David Marrison & Myles Knowlson Brendan Cope & James Glossop
Gabriel Enright & Noi Emmerson
Near Pins went to Daniel Grob & Mashi on Mtn 4; David Smith & Patrick Poussier on Mtn 8; Gerry Sweetnam & Aree Panadda on Ocean 5 and David Marrison & Eng Cotterell on Ocean 7.
PSC Treasurer, John Player & Eng Cotterell won best mixed pair score with a score of 66 and
Urs Wandeler & Daniel Grob won a prize for the
(best dressed pair)
In matching red and black partially spotted shirts with black shorts
Many thanks to Jon at the Sugar Shack and his staff for their excellent and warm hospitality on an extremely successful and very happy day; we at the PSC, haven’t seen so many smiling faces for quite sometime! Well done everyone!
The next PSC event, now confirmed, will be a Rainbow format at Pattaya Country Club on Tuesday 11th June, with a 8.32 first tee time, full details will be released soon.