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Pattaya's inaugaral Songkran tournament was held on 16, 17, and 19 April at Burapha, Pattana and Khao Keow golf courses. In total, 68 players joined us although some players did not play all three days. 

A great thank you to our sponsors, Pattaya Car Rental being the main sponsor. Outback Golf Shop, Chaba Massage and McAllen insurance who contributed for the fabulous prizes that was on offer for the winners and for novelty prizes. Together with other banner sponsors supporting this event, it sets a great benchmark for a 3 day golf tournament in Pattaya, and we will definately be back in future with this format with heaps of prizes.

After a rain shortened 2nd day, the tournament was open for the taking with several players in the running. After the last day's play, 7 players finished within 2 shots of each other, so it was a very tight result. Overall 3rd place was won by Hisahiko Makino with 110 points, beating several other players on count back. In 2nd place, losing on a countback based on the better overall score was Myles Knowlson who played very good golf on day 2 and 3 to finish on 111. In the end, the fabulous day 1 round of one over gross 73 which was posted on day 1, helped Dave Stockmanto stay in the lead and win our inaugural Songkran tournament of 2018. Dave was also the low gross champion.

Plenty of food, a good time after and fantastic atmosphere at the Prize presentation makes this a memorable tournament and thanks again to everyone that participated and help make the tournament a success.

If you want to see a lot more photos of the winners and the event, you can view them on Facebook bly clicking HERE

Songkran Tournament 2018 Winner 520

Songkran Day 1 2 3 Totals 520

Published in April 2018
Saturday, 07 April 2018 22:51

Khao Keow Wed 28 Mar

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Published in March 2018
Sunday, 07 January 2018 23:08

Khao Keow Sat 23 Dec

GolfReport Khao Keow 23 Dec

Published in December 2017
Sunday, 28 May 2017 23:17

Khao Keow Wed 24 May

Another rain interrupted round of golf, speaking to the caddies they informed us that the previous day they had no rain, yet the match play fixture between the Outback and the Players Lounge was completely washed out this was held at Pattana  a  maximum of 10k,s away!

The course was not at its best but still remains a severe challenge to a Handicap golfer, the scores reflecting this.

Top of the tree for the second week running was John Hoddy 35 points, in second place Neil Lavery with 31 points.

Shot of the day went to Mr Charlie Bryan, the best ever shot hes played in his short career, an iron onto the island green which left the ball nestling next to the pin. Tap in Birdie which led to high fives and fist pumps from his playing partners.

This was the only 2 so Charlie picked up the pot, and duly spent the lot plus more re-living his glory moment. 

GolfReport Khao Keow 24May 520

Published in May 2017
Sunday, 13 December 2015 12:18

Khao Keow B&C Weds 9 Dec

We were lucky enough to get onto the B&C courses at Khao Keow and the course played well. Playing from the yellow tee's make Khao Keow a good challenge so the scoring was in my view spot on with only two players getting scores better than handicap.

In 3rd place today, Andy Makara came in with 34 points after scoring a fabulous first 9 and then falling apart on the back 9. In 2nd place, loosing on countback after playing from the blue tees with a great tee to green game but no less than 7 three putts, was myself. My game is seemingly on the mend after a disastrous few months. If I can only put again!

Sugar Ray Handford, also on 37 points with a back nine of 19 points was our crowned winner for today.  Sugar has been playing consistently well over the last few weeks, and with only one 2 recorded all day on C8, it certainly turned out a good day for Sugar getting that feat as well! 

Competition Results:

Overall Position 12 Players Score (Course H'cap)
1 Handford, Sugar Ray 37 pts (17)
2 Coetzee, Andre 37 pts (13)
3 Makara, Andrew 34 pts (23)
4 Plant, Steve 32 pts (13)
5 Mann, Stephen 32 pts (9)
6 Rothman, Kerry 31 pts (14)
7 Pullen, Shaun 31 pts (25)
8 Danboise, Kim 30 pts (14)
9 Kittilsen, John 30 pts (18)
10 Braemar, Greg 26 pts (29)
11 Thompson, Christopher 26 pts (24)
12 Clegg, Gordon 24 pts (33)
Published in December 2015
Sunday, 29 November 2015 12:24

Khao Keow Weds 25 November

A couple of weeks ago when we went back to Khao Keow, there were some marked improvements from the last time we played back in July and after which we decided to dump the course due to poor form. Returning this week, reviews could not have been better and everyone thought the greens were back to Khao Keow standards, the course looked absolutely amazing, and everyone suggested that it should be a keeper for our alternate Wednesdays.

Playing off the white tee's on the difficult B and C courses, with a stiff wind requiring 2 extra clubs into the wind, the scoring did not reflect the good condition of the course, and in general, everyone seemed to have struggled to such an extend that not a single player managed better than 32 points. Tied with 32 points, were 4 players however, all decided on countback with Andy Makara in 4th, Geoff Stimpson in 3rd, Stevie Mann in 2nd, and for some odd reason, always at the top, Peter Nixon!

We had two 2's today with Peter Nixon and Geoff Stimpson both recording theirs on hole 17 (C8).

Competition Results:

Overall Position 10 Players Score (Course H'cap)
1 Nixon, Peter 32 pts (11)
2 Mann, Stephen 32 pts (12)
3 Stimpson, Geoff 32 pts (08)
4 Makara, Andy 32 pts (28)
5 Brown, Wally 31 pts (16)
6 Handford, Sugar Ray 31 pts (20)
7 Missler, Mike 27 pts (11)
8 Kittilsen, Jon 24 pts (20)
9 Braemer, Greg 23 pts (32)
10 Thompson, Chris 23 pts (26)
Published in November 2015
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