Steve Younger took game buy a nose in 4-way photo finish

first_imgThe field that were left in the bar!PSC Golf from the Growling Swan, played out of Bogey’s Bar & GrillNov. 4 Treasure Hill G.C. StablefordNine Golfers came to play – just can’t get the numbers right. Two pull outs did not help the situation.Well it was off to Treasure Hill GC, playing at a reasonable price B1450 for G/F, cart and caddy. We should be playing this course more often. It’s a shame that others did not adopt this attitude.The course was in good nick and seemed to play true. But I have to say with the scores that came out it may have been a bit tougher than we had all expected. We went from the white tees and the weather had done us a favour. Not too hot with a slight breeze to assist us. With the nine golfers it allowed us to play only the one division with three placings and all novelties up for grabs.Amazingly we had four golfers return the same amount of points so it was to the countback to sort out the placings!Well it was that man Steve Younger yet again. His back nine got him the nod in the end. Second was Colin Vearsey with the judge Eric black filling the third position on the podium.1st Steve Younger (12) 28 pts.2nd Colin Veasey (36) 28 pts.3rd Eric Black (15) 28 pts.Near pins: 2. Steve Younger, 6. Steve Younger, 13. Did not go off, and 17. Keith Buchanan.Long first putt: 9 Eric Black and 18 JC Lhoste.Back at Bogey’s we welcomed back Bill McGarvie, Colin Stielow, Colin Veasey and newcomer Brian Stobias. We then said goodbye to Keith Buchanan & Brian Stobias. See you soon Keith and Brian hope to see you again.D-For was set free by Alex and the punters and players at Bogeys Bar and Grill were generous as always with their contributions towards the needy in Pattaya. All are thanked for this.last_img read more

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Redmond rules at Pattavia

first_img1st PJ Redmond (24) 38pts2nd Chris Cox (15) 36pts3rd Tore Eliassen (20) 35ptsNear Pins: Dave Ashman (2), Colin Greig, Keith HemmingsWednesday, April 15, Greenwood A & C – MedalNew face Brian Parish would have certainly shown the regulars a thing or two if the wheels hadn’t come off on 9 and 18.  Even with these two missteps he posted a net 74, only one behind the winner Gerry Cooney at 73.Overall the Bunker Boys didn’t fare so well at this lovely track, posting an average net score of 83. The course was in good shape and the weather was agreeable, but the guys just weren’t on their games.  Oh well, even monkeys fall from trees!1st Gerry Cooney (16) net 732nd Brian Parish (14) net 743rd Mashi Kaneta (15) net 75Near Pins: Gerry Cooney (2), Brian ParishNote:  The Bunker Boys are a PSC affiliated golf society, who now play out of The Ranch bar on Pattaya 3rd Road (in front of the fire station, and almost opposite the Buffalo Bar).  We play on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, so if you enjoy a fun day out, and a friendly but competitive golf competition why not come and join us.We meet at The Ranch at 9 a.m. for breakfast and transportation, and new players are always welcome.  Contact “Buff” on 086 046 5091 or 080 605 5663 for all enquiries or check website: www.bunkersociety.com. PSC Golf from The Bunker BarMonday, April 13, Pattavia – StablefordMany of the guys invariably break out in song “Pineapple Fields Forever” when negotiating the pot-hole strewn road leading into Pattavia.  Fortunately, no one goes in a VW bug or they may never make their T-time.We arrived to find the course virtually empty and were off without any snags.  The greens had recently been cored but not recently cut, so slower than slow was the order of the day.  Even the “Putter Man” managed to 3-putt a green or two.P.J., after only a brief absence, returned to the podium to claim first place with 38 points while the rest of the field turned in a fairly good performance, averaging 32 stableford points.last_img read more

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