Peter and Christy share the week

first_img3rd Connie Walsh (13) 36pts4th Jorn Finnerup (26) 35ptsPeter Henshaw.In an effort to show that last week was no fluke but rather a trend, Christy ‘good’ Knight followed up with a top spot today and the man of the match honours with a terrific 42 points.  So it’s congrats to the red hot player from the old Sod!Christy’s 42 points overshadowed the fine effort from Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby whose 37 took the silver step on the podium.  Connie Walsh, another player in top form, filled the bronze step with a solid even par round.  This left Jorn Finnerup to close the flight with 35 points.Monday, August 29, Green wood A & B – Stableford1st Bernard Green (29) 38pts2nd Ken Hole (17) 36pts3rd Peter Henshaw (23) 35ptsA small but tidy group, due no doubt to our back to back playing days, traveled up the 331 highway to tackle Greenwood A & B layouts, always a popular venue for the group.  The course was in fine nick and the weather was hot and humid.The day and match honours went to Bernard Green who shot a best on the day 38 points.  Ken Hole could only get within two of the winner but that was enough to secure the silver spot ahead of two players knotted on 35 points; Co. Dublin man Peter ‘the silver surfer’ and Kevin ‘the Thunder from down under’ Rogers and when the knot was undone it was Peter who claimed the bronze leaving Kevin you know where and potless.Wednesday, August 31, Crystal Bay B & C – Stableford1st Takeshi Hakozaki (15) 40pts2nd Peter Henshaw (23) 36ptsChristy Knight.Crystal Bay is one of the local courses that can play quite easy or be extremely difficult dependent on where the green-keeping staff place the flags on the greens.  On this day some holes were relatively easy and some extremely difficult and this combined with the hot and humid conditions looked to a good challenge for the lads.  So it was somewhat of a surprise to see Takeshi Hakozaki hand a splendid 40 points to take the match honours,  Takeshi was four clear of Peter ‘the silver surfer’ Henshaw, a sound effort and this was also Peter’s second pay window visit of the week.Friday, Sept. 2, Pattana B & C – Stableford1st Peter Henshaw (23) 34pts2nd Joe Tynan (34) 33pts3rd Kevin Rogers (11) 33ptsWe set off Friday with a smaller than usual group to tackle the tough Pattana golf course, a course that has extremely tight fairways and lots of water hazards, so one must be very accurate off the tee box.  The course was in fine condition and the weather continued to be hot and humid.No player managed to better their handicap on the day and the man of the match was Peter Henshaw, a player the scribe finds himself writing about on a regular basis.  Peter’s 34 points was one clear of two players, Joe ‘sat-nav’ Tynan and Kevin ‘the thunder from down under’ Rogers.  Kevin kindly gave way to the evergreen Joe in the ensuing count back.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 Peter on 086 139 6301.  Transport is provided. PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf SocietySunday, August 28, Green Valley – Stableford1st Christy Knight (24) 42pts2nd Eddy Beilby (19) 37ptslast_img

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