We ended up as four full flights after a pull-out and some late sign-ups.
My suggestion tee-off from blue was voted down in favor of white and looking at the scores it was the right one. Registration was nice and fluent as I penned down the date of birth on the form in advance.
The course was as usual with a mixture of mainly hard fairways, however, the greens grass were uneven and hard like a wire brush
Weather was nice when the high moisture was burned away. Perhaps due to the wind direction, the sky was full of very noisy landing airplanes which you could even hear having a shower
Eleven came for the lunch at Restaurant New O&C Seafood and with leftover after registration, we only emptied the wallet by 50Rm
The winner Paul Collet 38 points, followed by Kevin Wiggins 37 and Jan van Driel 35.
- Correction …. Peter Davis’ score should be 97 for 34 points
Today we had only 11 players with 3 flights teeing off sharp before 8:00am. Given all the rain we had yesterday the course was in very good condition with minimal soggy patches. The greens were in very good shape and probably the best we have seen them to date.
The course was quiet this morning so we were all finished by around 12 noon. Weather conditions were very good and surprisingly cool for most of the round.
We had a good lunch at O&S restaurant after the game although the bill seemed rather more expensive than normal – maybe worth looking at alternatives or being a little more careful on what we order.
We were joined at lunch by Barry Cousins and Andrew Robinson.
Stuart Taylor had a “wardrobe malfunction” after the game with his change of clothes T-shirt ripping down one complete side. Not wanting to spend RM190 on a new shirt from the pro shop he boldly went to lunch in his used golf shirt much to the disgust of his adjoining members at the table whose nasal orifices were impinged upon.
The winner again this week was Hans Berger with another great score of 96 for 41 points (did someone mention drug test!!). Runner up with a mere 86 for 36 points was Stuart Taylor. Full results below:
We had 4 full flights today at Bukit Kemuning, with 2 flights teeing off on each of the nines at 8:00am. Weather conditions were pleasant and the course was relatively good making for some good scores today.
After the game we had a good lunch at the O&S Restaurant in Bukit Kemuning with a few nice cold beers.
The winner this week was Brian Stubbs with an excellent 95 for 42 points. Runner up was Ted Parslow with 83 for 39 points. Best gross today was Geoff McLaws with a 77. Full results tabulated below:
We had 5 full flights today at Bukit kemuning and we got off on two 9’s at 8:00am. The course was not in the best of condition – many bare patches on the fairway and the greens were very sand and bumpy. Weather was good though and we all managed to finsh at a reasonable time (all except the last flight who took another 45 mins to reach the restaurant!). We had lunch at the New O&S Seafood Restaurant in Bukit Kemuning with most people attending – food was good and beer was plentiful. It was a little more expensive than normal (RM70/head) – maybe we were all just thirsty.
The winner today with a magnificent performance was David Evans with a score of 95 for 45 points. Runner up was Bernard Romahn with the best grosss of the day (78) for 43 points. Full results below:
We had 5 full flights at Bukit Kemuning Golf & Country Resort today. At 8:00am we all got off smoothly from two tee boxes under overcast skies and cool weather. Conditions of the course were fair, the greens being rather bumpy and unpredictable in speed.
We were not held up at all during the round so were finished in 4 hours.
After the game we retired to the Mayflower Restaurant in Le Garden Hotel for an excellent lunch washed down with 32 bottles of beer plus an extra 4 for dessert!
Some good scores today as expected at this course. The winner today was Robert Mulliss with a 99 for 44 points on count back from Jeff Pearce also with 44 points. Best gross of the day was Ted Parslow with an 82. Full results below:
Today we had 5 full flights at Bukit Kemuning Golf & Country Resort on a fine humid morning. We got off from 2 tee boxes behind some other players, slightly later than expected, but we made good time around the course. Weather was good and the course was fair but with rather bumpy and unpredictable greens.
We had lunch at the nearby Mayflower Restaurant which was very good – a big thank you to Barry Cousins for arranging this.
Some good scores today as expected at this course with our winner being Martin Walsh with a great round of 84 for 43 points – cut 7!
Runner up was Allan Wright with 95 for 42 and 3rd place was shared by Jeff Pearce (92 for 40) and David Evans (103 for 40).
Best gross was Geoff McLaws with an 83 and most golf was Barry Cousins with a 117.
Full scores detailed below: