Sa sets the course alight

Sa sets the course alight

first_imgPSC Golf from The Billabong Golf BarWednesday, Nov. 5, Green Valley – StablefordPlaying Green valley today was a day out for some golfers, the course was in good condition even after all the rain they have had on the course, there was no run at all and winter rules were in play.  Wherever the ball hit the ground it stayed there or came back a little.  With seven groups playing we got off to an early start and were finished in about 15 minutes short of 4 hours.  It was hot out there though with sunshine and no threat of rain.Wednesday winner Sa with Wayne Cotterell and Chris Dodd. You would tend to think that with the course being so wet the game would help the lower markers but not the case today.  In the winners’ circle were Sel Wegner, taking fourth spot on a count back over Owen Walkley with 37 points each, while third place went to Chris Dodd with 40 points, yes that’s right, with no run at all Chris actually managed to score 12 points in 3 holes from the 11th with a chip-in for 5 points, a par on the next for 3 and a par on the next for 4, not bad at all!  Second place went to Wayne Cotterell with 41 points and the top spot was taken by Nichawan Khiaophuang (Sa) with 42 off her 25 handicap.  Well done Sa, a great round of golf in those conditions.There were four ‘2’s recorded, coming from Sa, Eric Black, Sel Wegner and William Macey.Friday, Nov. 7, Burapha – StablefordPlaying Burapha for the first time in a while the course, as with most, was very wet in places and it was carts on paths only.  The course may have been wet but the greens were brutal, as in fast even with all the rain; you only had to look at the ball and it moved six feet.We got away to an early start in lovely weather but it didn’t take long for the heat to take its toll, however we all finished in under four hours.Apart from 2 scores the course was the winner today.  There were no ‘2’s so the prizes went to third place with Willem Lasonder taking that spot with 33 points.  Second place went to Owen Walkley with a great 39 points, being just beaten on count back by Brian Maddox having his best round for a long time.last_img

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