first_img3rd Steve Baker (19) 37pts10 players for Silky Oak today including 3 of the ‘dream team’ making a rare Sunday appearance, but unfortunately the luck had left most of them.Kevin Mc Entee stepped up to the mark with a strong 39 points to win the day, beating Paul West by one as Steve Baker was a further point back in third after edging Steve Coghlan on count backMonday, July 31, Khao Kheow B & C – StablefordA Flight1st Steve Baker (19) 37pts2nd Stuart Brown (13) 36ptsB Flight1st Nick Odnoral (20) 38pts2nd Matt Cronin (20) 34ptsNear Pins: Alistar Gall, Steve Baker, Jim Reily, Mary GeogheaganLong Putts: Jim ReilyWe had a very good turnout of 17 players for Khao Kheow today and the course was in perfect condition.In A flight it was the wily old fox from Liverpool Steve Baker taking the win with 37 on the card, one ahead of Stuart Brown in second.All those hours spent on the range seem to be paying off for Nick Odnoral as he topped the B flight with 38 points while Matt Cronin was surprised to find that his 34 was good enough for the silver.Wednesday, August 2, Bangpakong Riverside – Stableford1st Stan Stewart (24) 46pts2nd Espen Kristofersen (29) 41pts3rd Tip Briney (24) 40ptsEveryone was looking forward to their favorite course in the area and they were not disappointed on this dayStan Stewart shot 47 points the last time he played this course and he proved it was no fluke as he coasted home this time with 46, and this despite losing a ball up a coconut tree.New comer Espen Kristofersen took second with 41 points while Tip Briney was third another point in arrears.The near pins were both claimed by Kevin Mc Entee while Barry Oats sank the longest putt.Friday, August 4, Crystal Bay C & B – Stableford1st Barry Oats (26) 43pts2nd Steve Smith (31) 36pts3rd Steve Baker (19) 35ptsJust 7 players today at Crystal Bay and with the course nearly empty we teed off right on time.Barry Oats, playing off the yellow tees, knew it was his day after scoring 11 points on the opening 4 holes.  His caddy could not believe it was the same Barry, no screams of anger, no club throwing, who was this imposter?  22 points on the front and 21 on the back nine led him to the top of the podium.Stan Smith had an up and down card but his 36 points were enough for second place and Steve Baker made the podium again with his 35.The Donkey claimed the only near pin of the day. Colin’s Bar Golf SocietySunday, July 30, – Silky Oak1st Kevin McEntee (6) 39pts2nd Paul West (16) 38ptslast_img

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