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Kanchanaburi Tue 12-16 Dec

Another enjoyable Outback Golf Tour came to a conclusion, and as always, a great time enjoyed and new friends made within the tour group. Playing Nikanti on Day 1 was hard to beat, as this is simply a great complex with superb food, very nice caddies and a great course layout with 3x6 holes with each 6 holes comprising 2 par 4's, 2 par 5's and 2 par 3's. Our round there included food before the game, food during the round at the Kiosks, and food after the round, with everything but drinks included, even the caddie tips (although everyone still tipped extra I think). 

Winner on day one was the always lovely On Phisetrit, scoring 40 points and with a magnificent swing and putting. It does help to be great caddy being able to read lines better than the rest of us mere mortals! Paul Smith played fantastic golf to finish level par on 72 with 38 points, and Andre Coetzee was a surprise (to himself) 3rd place.

After our round at Nikanti, we took another 1 1/2 hours to get to Kanchanaburi check in at the Good Times Resort, simply a superb hotel on the river with a great restaurant and ambience where they make a pretty mean Long Island Iced Tea as I learnt!

Day 2 at Grand Prix and many agree that this course is one of the best in Thailand. It simply has a magnificent layout, views and atmosphere about it and what a magic day it was for Dave Stockman, scoring a fantastic 71 gross to even beat Paul Smith on gross and bagging 44 points on top! Second, and losing by only a point was Fynn Csizmadia, who is a very good player on any day. Simply making a small change with his club position in his hand set Fynn up for a great tournament going forward and it just shows how something small in golf can make such a big difference. Third place was Steve Mann who scored a great round of 40 points.

Keeping in mind that our away tournaments does cater for hcp adjustments for the winners and losers from the previous day's round, Stefan Hoge had a rough two first days with his handicap going up on both the first two rounds, and then - wham, on Day 3 everything clicks and he comes in with a magnificent 46 points. In 2nd place, and coming in with a great 41 points, Fred Ward narrowly beat David Atkinson on countback with a score of 41 points each.

On Phisetrit was the clubhouse leader after 3 rounds, with Paul Smith and Dave Stockman breathing down each other's necks for 2nd and 3rd place, all in close contention. But as things go in golf, a lot of pressure at the top group does have an affect on people, and how things changed on Day 4 at Royal Ratchaburi. But may I just add, that this was another magnificent course, not as sexy and glamorous as the high end courses, but boy, what a superb layout and condition. If I can fault anything, it's maybe that we should have played from the blue tee's instead of white tees, as the course was pretty timid against our bunch of golfers off the white tee's with more than half the field scoring 36 points or better, despite the low slope rating. Andrew Makara, who finished in last place the day before, doubled his previous round's score to finish with 44 points to win the day. After having two terrible rounds at Grand Prix, a good bit of luck (what else) helped Andre Coetzee play a very good 77 gross giving him 42 points to finish 2nd. Steve Mann pulled off another great performance to finish on 41 points in 3rd place.

On the overall positions, there were a total of 22 two's over the four days, a testament to the quality of players over the last four days. Paul Smith is undoubtably the "player of the tournament", and despite not winning, ended up with only 1 over gross after 4 days, which is simply outstanding consistency. On points playing from just a 1 handicap after being cut after day 1, Paul still managed an average above 36 points a day, and he finished on 146 in third place overall. Fynn Csizmadia return to form after the setup change he made after day 1, propelled him 1 point ahead of Paul to finish on a fantastic 147. But it's the man that had no mentions whatsoever so far, never finishing in the top 3 on any day, with the best consistency with 31, 40, 38 and 40 points over the four days to push his score to 149 with an average of just more than 37 points. Kim Danboise, well done, well deserved and I know how much effort you put into your game to improve. Single digits cant be far away after this week's results, so well done and well deserved and congratulations for winning the Grand prize of a Greenfee voucher for 4 to Angkor Wat in Cambodia, which we will visit on a planned trip next year.

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