All arrived in good order to complete our registration in time and what did we see when we walked down to the starters hut, quite a number of Koreans in their buggies. With a little bit of pressure on the starter we managed to tee-off alone from the President nine.
The course is known for being soggy during the wet season, the President nine lived up to that, Alam Shah a bit better.
The greens which normally are quite good were not good either with spots of different speed, as a whole a disappointment.
But the food and service at the restaurant maintain its usual good quality and buy two jugs of beer and get one extra were still on offer.
Despite the condition of the course we had three players who played better than their handicap;
– Winner on count back, Paul Geddes with 38 points
– Runner up Iain Wise
– Third Ricardo Castro 37 points
Editors Note : Correction to scores …. Bernard Romahn should be 86 for 36 points and Josef Winter should be 105 for 24 points.