Back to the golf, and it was Jeff Wylie (8) scoring 38 points to lead the way home, while Bob Edwards (8) was a point behind. Near pins went to Jeff, Rick, Stefan & Jonathan.Thursday, March 13, Plutaluang – StablefordThursday saw us travel down to Plutaluang, with the East & South combination being our test of the day. The course was in good order, although the it was quite dry in some areas of the fairways, with greens on the slow side when compared to some of the other local courses.Jonathan Pratt (11) showed some return to form to lead the way with 35 points, after a stellar front 9 of 21 points, while Bob Edwards (8) rallied with a couple of late birdies to shoot 33 points, and edge Tom on count back 17/16. Near pins went to Jeff with both on the East course, while Neil & Willie shared the South course ones.Note: Siam Country Resort, Restaurant & Bar is located just off Siam Country Club Rd, after going under the arch past the 7/11, turn right after 50 metres, with the venue on the left another 200 metres along. Golf from here is generally played on Tuesday & Thursday, with the Resort hosting prompt presentations on both days.As a PSC affiliated venue we welcome ALL golfers, including ladies & seniors (>60s) who have opted for the “Silver” tee option. Call 089 094 1841 for scheduling or enquiries. Hope to see you there, cheers & good golfing! PSC golf from Siam Country ResortTuesday, March 11, Pleasant Valley – StablefordPleasant Valley was the venue for Tuesday’s game, under clear skies with a light breeze to lessen the humidity. The course was in generally good order, although a tad over watered in some places, which necessitated casual water relief. We were joined today by one of Pattaya’s characters, the Bike Man, Rick Bevington, with mates Paul Taylor & Stefan Hoge. Rick does a lot of good work for kids in the area and is worthy of support, so when next we see him SCR will be making a donation for his “Bikes for Tykes” project. Anyone else feeling benevolent could do a lot worse than help Rick in his endaevours.Jonathan Pratt shows some form on the tee.