Outing Reports (2013-2015)

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2015

Tuesday 22 December - Hong Kong Golf Club, Fanling

Three flights were booked at the Fanling Golf Course for a pre Christmas game on 22 December. By all accounts a great day with the Convenor David Leung once again taking the top spot.

Well done to all!

Results:

Winner: David Leung
Runner-up: Eugene Lee
Closest to the Pin: Andy Chen
Longest drive: Steve Ponton


Wednesday 2 December - South Course, Kau Sau Chau

We have dollars $$$$$ in the KGS account and not even the offer of a free lunch was able to generate a big turn out! That said, the stalwarts turned out and we had two flights competing for the Barr trophy.  Again, we were lucky with the weather gods and there was no need for foul weather gear. Ambrose must be our lucky charm as his snappy dress sense and matching colours would brighten any day.

And to the game: it was the Texas scramble, so a team event which involved strategies and tactics. As always! There were the usual prizes and for nearest the pin and longest drive and overall, some pretty special golf too.

It was not until the final scores were in and the team handicaps applied did one realise how close the game was. 0.6 of a point separated the winners from the losers. To lose again to David Leung's team is hard to bear but, they were worthy winners. That said, a commendable victory. Congratulations!

Happy days....

Winning Captain and the losing Captain with the Barr trophy and $200 vouchers.



Congratulations to the winners.

The results were:

Winner: David Leung, Ambrose Lo, Chris Li, Peter Cheung
Runner-up: Patrick Sherriff, Andrew Wong, Clem Hill,
Stefan Fischer
 
Closest to the Pin, 5th: Stefan Fischer
Closest to the Pin, 11th: Andrew Wong
Longest Drive, 8th: Patrick Sherriff
Longest Drive, 17th: Ambrose Lo


Tuesday 3 November - South Course, Kau Sau Chau

A small turn out for this match but an opportunity to welcome three new members to the KGS, Giles and Amanda Brennand and Stefan Fischer. Welcome to the KGS and Stefan, welcome to Hong Hong. Two flights with good weather and the usual prizes to play for. Giles played a storming steady round but little did anyone know that Andrew Wong was the Stealth Bomber! Fresh from an Asian golfing tour he was the man to beat. When the final scores were in his stapleford score was ahead of the pack. As for driving skills.... I have been off the course for several months and was playing below par. Playing with Stefan I felt that the longest drive was going to be his however, when it came to the 17th longest drive hole, neither Stefan nor I were able to reach the fairway. We did pass the lady's Tee though!

On a sad note, we say goodbye to an excellent and loyal player who played his last game with us. Rick Leung is moving to Toronto for a few years. We wish you farewell and bon voyage and look forward to seeing you back soon.

Happy days....

Patrick.

Congratulations to the winners.

The results were:

Winner Andrew Wong
Runner-up Ambrose Lo
Closest to the Pin, 5th Andrew Wong
Closest to the pin in 2 Ambrose Lo
Longest drive, 11th Rick Leung

          

Wednesday 29 April - Survivors' Trophy - Kellett Golf Society versus the General's Arms Golfing Society, Hong Lok Yuen

Another great response for this match. We had 6 flights in total with Match play, better ball once again being the format. The handicapping proved to be very fair, with the GAGS playing their big guns in the hope of securing a victory.
 
Also being played concurrently was the Survivors' Trophy - complimenting any KGS member who reaches the very young age of 60!
 
I was the recipient of much banter from the GAGS players because, as a member and a previous Captain, I should have been playing for them. Turncoat was a word that was used but it was with pride that I led a strong KGS team to the competition!
 
Once again, it was a closely fought competition. The weather was the warmest so far this year. Playing the north course at KSC certainly took its toll physically.
 
The match was finally drawn. The KGS won the first 3 games and the GAGS had to put up a commendable performance to win the last 3 games. A great result by the KGS. Maybe next year we can squeeze out a win!
 
We did have a number of Nearest to the Pins and Longest Drive. The only KGS team member to win was Simon Wong who won the Longest Drive on the 18th. Great effort Simon!
 
Twenty-four players were able to stay for the prizegiving and meal at the KSC clubhouse before catching the ferry home. A grand post match atmosphere! As part of my birthday celebrations, I bought the food and drinks for the KGS members - it was worth it!
 
Thanks again to all our players for making this event possible. A great day. Thank you also to the GAGS for sponsoring half the prizes and to David Leung for his introductory speech and golf balls that he donated.

  
 
  
 
Congratulations to the winners.
 
The results were:
 
Winner Survivors' Trophy: Steve Ponton 
 
Runner-up Survivors' Trophy: Patrick Sherriff 
Longest Drive, 18th: Simon Wong


Monday 2 March - Hong Kong Football Club Challenge - Macau

Another great response for this match. We had seven flights in total with match play, better ball once again being the format. The handicapping proved to be very fair, with the FC generally giving us shots to make it a balanced competition.
 
Four of our players elected to get a practise round in on the Sunday courtesy of Clem Hill. Rene Theil, Andrew Eden and I took the opportunity to familiarise ourselves with the course. Very worthwhile as the greens were pretty fast and the fairways quite tight. Course management and tactics were thrashed over several beers and wines at the ever-popular restaurant, Fernando’s.
 

Monday saw the arrival of the remaining KGS team members and, after breakfast and a final recap on matchplay strategies, our players took to the driving range and practice green.
 
It was a closely fought competition with the FC having to call on all their skills to hold on to their game as, in most cases, they were giving us one shot per hole.
 
The match was finally won by the FC - 3 matches won, 1 match lost and with 3 all square. A terrific improvement by the KGS over last year's match result. Like last year, the competition was very much alive to the bitter end! Well done KGS!
 
We did have a number of Nearest to the Pins and Longest drives. The only KGS team member to win was Ambrose Lo who won the NP in 2 shots on the 15th. Great effort Ambrose!
 
Twenty-six players were able to stay for the prizegiving and meal at the Macau Country Club before catching the bus back to the ferry terminal. Great food, wine and company!
 
We say good-bye to Joyce Kwong who has gone to work in the UK for a couple of years. Best of luck Joyce.
 
Thanks again to all our players for making this event possible. A great day.
 
Our next competition will be in April and a date will be advised. Look forward to seeing you then.

  

  


Tuesday 10 February - Kau Sai Chau East Course

Another great day for an outing. Sunshine and a fresh north Easterly blowing with the KSC East Course beckoning. It's always a tough decision, sailing or golf? The breeze would have meant a great day on the water but it was the golf course that we had to conquer. Malcolm Pearson was heard to ask the weather gods if they could turn the wind down a bit and we were off. Three and a half flights set off keen to hone their skills ahead of the Football Club challenge on the 2 March. Special mention goes to Ambrose Lo for determination and perseverance. He arrived sporting a surgical mask and feeling decidedly under the weather but, ended up playing 15 or so holes. He went on to stay the course as driver. Well done! Hope you are feeling better.

Happy days....

Congratulations to the winners.
 
The results were:
 
Winner & Longest drive, 10th:
Patrick Sherriff 
Runner-up: Steve Ponton    
Closest to the Pin, 5th: Connie Leung
Closest to the Pin, 15th: Chris Li

 

Monday 19 January - Kau Sai Chau South Course

Happy New Year.

Well, we have certainly been lucky with the weather! It was a glorious day for golf. Clear skies with a top temperature of 21C. Should really have been playing the North Course!

Once again, a Stapleford competition, with 3 flights of eager players keen to lay their hands on a prize or two.

I tried to minimise the post-match administration by scoring everybody's Stapleford as each hole was played. As they say: mistake, error, blunder. Took my mind off the game somewhat as my playing partners were playing some excellent golf. In fact, it was our flight that swept up all the prizes. Sorry to the other players.

Well done to Chris Li. He was playing his first match as a fully fledged Yacht Club member. What a way to start as runner-up.

A very pleasant day's outing with some solid golf being played.

Happy days....


 
Congratulations to the winners.

The results were:
 
Winner: Louis Brink 
Runner-up: Chris Li   
Closest to the Pin, 5th,
Closest to the Pin, 11th: Andrew Wong
Closest to the Pin in 2, 8th: Louis Brink
Longest drive, 17th: Patrick Sherriff 


2014

15 December - End of Season Game

Yours truly had an aberration. I thought we were playing the North Course and had the match planned accordingly. I realised something must be wrong when Peter Cheung asked me which course we were playing. My reply, "The north course", was greeted with a stare of disbelief! Walking the north was not what he had in mind. We were in fact booked on the east so, with Rick Leung's help, a quick new plan was made.

Once again, a Stapleford competition, 3 flights with 2 players playing for the first time. Petra and Ellen. Welcome aboard!

A very pleasant day's outing with some reasonably solid golf being played. Petra, carrying a Fetlock injury, played some excellent golf on a number of holes before succumbing.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all members for their support this year. If you know of anybody in the Club who might be interested in playing, please get them to join!

In the meantime, wishing everybody a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous, healthy New Year!

Happy days....

  

Congratulations to the winners.

The results were:

Winner: Andrew Wong
Runner-up: N.M. Paulose
Closest to the Pin, 13th: Petra van Walt Meijer
Longest drive, 10th: Ellen de Muick Keijzer
Closest to the Pin, 16th: Wong Siu Kei, Eric
Closest to the Pin in 2, 4th Ambrose Lo

 

26 September - 25th Anniversary of the KGS

Sponsored by: 


This was certainly a game that required a lot of organisation and involved many changes for which I apologise. That said, it was a great day and it was an event that was worthy of celebration. A day set in perfect weather conditions, albeit a little hot, but one that would not have materialised without the hard work of the 'back office'! Many thanks to Lilian for all her co-ordinating efforts and to Linda who suggested celebrating the milestone. Needless to say, many thanks to all the players who were able to make it, especially two of the founding members: Clem Hill and Ian Dubin. Sadly missed at the dinner was John Berry who was having an operation. The new bionic man. We wish him a speedy recovery. Also playing were players from the ABC and Steamers in Sai Kung. An eclectic mix celebrating the halcyon days of yesteryear!

Also, many thanks to the sponsors who provided the prizes: They were very much appreciated!

The game was a Texas Scramble on the South Course at Kau Sai Chau. A game where the team shares the pressure rather than the individual! So, a very relaxed format. The teams took some putting together as pairing requests had to be considered as well as the overall team handicap. The competition was so tight that only 1 stroke separated the 7 teams. In fact it was 0.9 of a stroke, on paper at least...

  

There were prizes for the closest to the pins, longest drive, the 'blind' longest drive and the team that got the 'Pink ball' around the greatest number of holes. The blind hole and the Pink ball need a little elaborating. The blind hole, quite literally, is a tee shot made blind. The player wears a pair of goggles with a liftable flap. After addressing the ball and a couple of practice swings all seeing, the flap is lowered rendering the player blind, and the swing taken. The longest drive then is any playable ball. Surprisingly, with some remarkable results! As for the pink ball, each player in the team takes consecutive turns to play a hole with the pink ball until it is lost. The person losing the ball had to scull/yam sing the drink of his/her choice at the prizegiving.

  


We finished the day with a really nice meal at KSC followed by the prizegiving. Great atmosphere.

  

The first prize trophy is of a brass mounted duck. Ian Dubin gave a very humorous speech elaborating on the background of the duck. The webbed feet of which date back to one of the first KGS outings in Macau. The trophy is now called the Barr trophy after Chris Barr who caught the duck.

  

It was great to enjoy the post-match atmosphere too. Malcolm Pearson was very benevolent and opened his winning bottle of wine for the long stayers. Thank you.

And so to the competition. 

Winner 49.6 Strokes Team 6. Simon Wong, Ricky Tse, Malcolm Pearson and Nigel Wightman
Runner-up 52.9 Strokes Team 4. David Leung, Philip Hou, N.M. Paulose, Michelle Chen
Longest drive hole 4 Rick Leung
Closest to the Pin hole 5 Philip Hou
Closest to the Pin hole 11 Eric Wong
Blind hole longest drive hole 15 Connie Leung
Closest to the Pin hole 16 Simon Wong
Longest drive hole 17 Steve Chan
Pink Ball lost on the 14th Philip Hou 乾一杯 (Punishment: To finish a glass of wine in one go.)


  

Congratulations to all. A great day, a great effort and a marvellous milestone.

Please click here for photos.



18 August


We certainly have been lucky in picking our day for competitions. The weather was absolutely perfect! Shame to have been in the office.

Just 2 flights started and we played a standard Stapleford competition. A very pleasant day's outing with some excellent golf being played. We were on time and not once hurried on by the marshals which allowed some frivolity!



Happy days....



Congratulations to the winners.

The results were:

Winner Ambrose Lo
Runner-up Andrew Wong
Closest to the Pin Mark Galloway
Longest drive Patrick Sherriff
Closest to the Pin Andrew Wong
Closest to the Pin in 2 Ambrose Lo


7 July


It was a hot day for hot players! A very aviation/tour company-orientated outing as we had representatives from Cathay Pacific Airways, Dragon Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, JJ Explorer Tours and Jetour Holidays. Thanks to David Leung for getting a few extra players to make up the three four balls!

The day started well in terms of the weather despite the thermometer hitting the high 30s C. Buggies were certainly in order as was the sea breeze. Playing conditions were very good with thunderstorms building up over the Pat Sin Leng Range. A fantastic lightning storm ensued in the distance and we continued playing until the lightning warning sounded. All retired to the clubhouse for refreshments. Should have been soft drinks but they magically morphed into pints of Heineken. Scoring had been good until that point! The all clear sounded and not a drop of rain had fallen. The final 4 or 5 holes were played. And the scores counted. There had been a dramatic collapse in the scoring after the break - no prizes for guessing why!

Congratulations to the winners.



The results were:

Winner Malcolm Pearson
Runner-up Steve Ponton   
Closest to the Pin, 5th Alex Gibbs
Longest drive, 10th Patrick Sherriff
Closest to the Pin in 2, 12th Andrew Wong



17 June

Only one flight of stalwarts braved the perfect conditions that greeted us on the south course at Kai Sau Chau. Ambrose Lo, Andrew Wong, Stephen Bradley and I had, as it turned out, a very close, competitive game. It was also Stephen's last game with the KGS. After six years in Hong Kong, he and his wife are re-locating back to the UK. We wish him all the best!             



The actual competition was very close as seven points separated the front runner from the back runner and, as usual, we had a few holes to play for the closest to the pin and longest drive so that we stayed focused!

The results were:

Winner Andrew Wong 
Longest drive, 15th Patrick Sherriff
Closest to the Pin, 5th Andrew Wong 
Closest to the Pin, 16th Ambrose Lo
Closest to the Pin in 2 shots 4th Patrick Sherriff



8 April

After the black rainstorm on the Sunday of the 7s, I was hoping that we would be in for a dry spell for our game on the east course at Kau Sai Chau. Although it started dry, we were wishing that Chris Lai had brought us fins, snorkels and goggles from his dive shop, Bunn's! That said, we were able to complete the round.

For this match, we played the New New Peoria format. The game is scored on six randomly selected holes and is good for giving everybody a chance of coming good on the day.

Rick Leung had his brother playing with him who, as a professional, was expected to play and score well. He did! But alas he was unable to qualify for the first prize as he was a guest. The scoring was very close but there is always a winner. Well done Connie! The Leungs reign triumphant!

The results were:

Winner: Connie Leung
Runner-up: Rick Leung (Was there any coaching?)
Closest to the Pin, 3rd: Sunny Leung
Closest to the Pin, 5th: Andrew Wong
Longest drive, 10th: Patrick Sherriff
Closest to the Pin in 2 shots 12th: Rick Leung
Winners of the 2s Comp:  Nobody! Part of the funds paid for lunch. The rest is
carried forward to our next game.



24 Feb

We had a great response for this match, however we were limited by the number of players the HKFC could muster. We had 7 flights in total with match play, better ball being the format. The HKFC are generally much lower handicap players so, in general, they were giving us shots to make it a balanced competition.

One of our members, Clem Hill, kindly offered to organise a 4 ball for the Sunday before the event and Mark Galloway and yours truly took the opportunity to familiarise ourselves with the course. Very worthwhile as the greens were pretty fast and the fairways quite tight. Course management and tactics were thrashed out over several beers and wines at the restaurant, Fernando’s.

Monday saw the arrival of the remaining KGS team members and, after polo shirts and hats were handed out (thanks David), and a final recap on matchplay strategies, our players took to the driving range and practice green.

It was a closely-fought competition with the FC having to call on all their skills to hold onto their game as, in most cases, they were giving us one shot per hole.

The match was finally won by the FC - 6 matches with 1 all square. Whilst it may sound like a resounding victory, it was not a walkover as most matches were not decided until the 17th or 18th holes so, the competition was very much alive to the 'bitter end'. Well done KGS.

We did have a number of Nearest to the Pins and Longest Drive. The only KGS team member to win was Connie Leung who won the NP on the 17th and holed out for Birdy. Terrific effort Connie!



Some 20 players or so were able to stay after the prizegiving for a meal of Portuguese fare in a small restaurant called Espaco de Lisboa in Coloane village. Great food, wine and company!



Thanks again to all our players for making this event possible. A great day.

Our next competition will be in April and a date will be advised. Look forward to seeing you then.

23 Jan 2014

Ladies and Gents,

A great turn out! 4 flights and again, perfect weather for our game on the North Course at Kai Sau Chau.


A Stapleford competition, with adjusted handicaps, failed to break the vice like grip that our Convenor seems to have on each match we play! Either he is playing incredibly well or the rest of the field is playing badly.

Andrew Wong worked hard to compute the final scoring and announced that there were some front runners however, not good enough to challenge David Leung who romped home with yet another win. Well done!

Benjamin Yip, Jeff Chau, N.M. Paulose and Steven Chan get special mention as their flight got the pink ball around the most number of holes before losing it. How many holes I hear you ask? Precisely 3!




The results were:

Winner: David Leung
Runner-up: Stephen Bradley (Won the prize on count back), Patrick Sherriff  
Longest drive, 9th: Patrick Sherriff
Closest to the Pin, 7th: David Leung
Closest to the Pin, 14th: Rick Leung
Closest to the Pin in 2 shots 16th: Louis Brink
Winners of the 2's Comp.: Rick, David and Ronnie





 




2013

2 December 2013

Texas Scramble held on 2 December at Kau Sai Chau east course.



A late morning start on a perfect day (no Photoshop or Instagram adjustments to the photo above!). Four teams set off to try and wrest the trophy from last year’s winners, David Leung et al. In perfect conditions par or below par golf had to be played to ensure a chance of claiming victory. Despite some adjustments to the team handicaps by our very own Andy Capper, there was some close scoring. However, not good enough to overturn possession of the trophy.

After a quick change and a beer at KSC our players made their way to Shelter Cove for the prizegiving and the end-of-year dinner. Prizes included $800 and $400 gift vouchers for the winning and runner-up teams, trophies and bottles of wine.

The food was excellent! The staff excelled themselves. A great evening.

Dining with us to say farewell was KaLai. We wish her the best in the new chapter of her life.

The results were:

 

Winners David Leung, Connie Leung, Celina Wong, Chris Li
Runners-up Andrew Wong, Louis Brink, Mark Galloway, Patrick Sherriff
Longest drive NM Paulose
Closest to the pin Ambrose Lo



1 November 2013

It was a cracking day for a game of golf and a return to the north course. Early tees with some of our regular players. It was nice to see a couple of new faces, Stephen Bradley and Mark Galloway.

The first flight got away with David Leung protesting his new handicap that he was dealt by our very own Andy Capper, Andrew Wong. After a few holes, with joints and muscles warmed up, some excellent golf was played.

There was, however, an interesting moment or two. There was a snake in the grass! See photo. Nobody went looking for balls after this sighting.

The shot of the day came from David Leung on the signature 14th par 3. His tee shot was very short and was in dangr of getting wet but got the ultimate members' bounce off the rocks with the ball ending up in the green side bunker.

We played for best Stapleford, and were there some good scores! Well done to all.

 

Hole 9 Longest drive Patrick Sherriff
Hole 11 Nearest the pin Andrew Wong
Hole 14 Nearest the pin Patrick Sherriff
Hole 15 Nearest the pin in 2 shots Patrick Sherriff
Hole 17 Longest drive Stephen Bradley
Runner-up David Leung 31 Stapleford points
Winner Patrick Sherriff 32 Stapleford points



19 August 2013

Luck seems to be on our side as far as the weather is concerned. The typhoon season is well and truly with us but, for the game on 19 August, we were able to escape the worst of it with fairly dry conditions and light winds. The day was brightened somewhat by the stylish and snappy dress sense of two of our players - Ambrose Lo and Chris Li.

Three flights, with the first tee-off at 0842hrs, set off to make their mark on the east course which, again, is in excellent condition.
Some excellent golf was played in group 1, notably Ambrose who seemed to consistently play good shots. When complimented he would respond with, "It was lucky!". I suppose that's golf.

 

Particular mention must go to Convenor David Leung and his wife Connie. They decided to celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary playing golf together. They finished the game still talking to each other!

I implemented a constantly updating scoring system - each flight Whatsapping me their scores after completing a hole, so that when we walked into the clubhouse scoring was complete. Beers could be drunk and the banter begun.

We played for best Stapleford, and were there some big scores! Well done to all, especially our anniversary celebrating couple.

 

Hole 3 Nearest the pin Ian Warren
Hole 15 Nearest the pin David Leung
Hole 7 Nearest the pin in 2 shots David Leung
Hole 12 Nearest the pin in 2 shots Patrick Sherriff
  Winners of the 2s cash competition Rick Leung, Connie Leung, Ian Warren
Runner-up David Leung 40 Stapleford points
Winner Connie Leung 49 Stapleford points


18 July 2013

After our June event was rained off, it looked as if our match on 18 July would also be rained off. We had a lot of rain on Wednesday night but on Thursday morning we were greeted with blue skies and surprisingly cool temperatures.

Two flights were ready to go at 0842hrs. We played on the Kau Sai Chau east course which isin excellent condition. There were two 'nearest the pins' winners and one 'nearest the pins in two shots'. Victoria Ashworth nailed her colours to the mast very early on - when asked if she had been taking lessons she replied, "No, I had a baby and took a year off!"

There was some good scoring and aggressive play. Well done to all.

Winners were:

Nearest the pin: Andrew Wong and Patrick Sherriff
Nearest the pin in two shots: Chirs Li
Longest day: Tony Van de Ven
Runner-up: Patrick Sherriff
Winner: Victoria Ashworth

 Left to right: Victoria, Tony, Patrick, and Jason Cave

 

 












 



18 April 2013

The Weather Gods smiled favorably on us. Showers affected the mainland whilst we were afforded superb views of the 9 pins. A wet course, as a result of weeks of rain, led to some challenging playing conditions.10 keen members gathered to play for a social outing with scoring based on HKGA handicaps and Stableford scores.

The results were:
Winner: Chris Li
Runners up: Andrew Wong, Eric Wong, Patrick Sherriff
Longest drive: Tony van de Ven
Longest drive: Celina Wong
Closest the pin in two strokes: Simon Walters

Well done to all of you. I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible for the next outing on 15th May - North Course, tee times from 0842. Names by 4th May. Please get your names ASAP. Lets fill 4 flights!

21 March 2013

In weather conditions reminiscent of playing on a links course in Scotland, it was windy and cold on the exposed East Course where 16 KGS members gathered on 21 March to play for the San Fernando Cup, sponsored by our Convenor David Leung and JJ Explorer Tours.

The wind played havoc with club selection and direction, so those individuals who scored well, played very well indeed.

The results were:

Winner San Fernando Cup: Tony van de Ven
Runner Up San Fernando Cup: Mark Corkery
Longest Drive - Ladies: Celina Wong
Longest Drive - Men: Mark Corkery
Closest to the Pin: Tony van de Van
Winner of the Two’s Competition: Chris Li

Well done to everyone.

We look forward to seeing as many as possible for the next outing on 15 May at Kau Sai Chau’s North Course.  If you haven’t yet joined KGS, please email social@rhkyc.org.hk.

Thanks once again for the sponsorship David. The t-shirts added some colour to the day and I'm sure it's more fun in the Philippines!

Left to right: Chris Li, David Leung, Tony van de Ven, Mark Corkery, Patrick Sherriff, Celina Wong
(please click here for higher res photo)
 

 

 

 





25 January 2013

We had an over-subscribed 4-flight competition on 25 January at the Kau Sai Chau north course. It was a superb day, for both golf and the weather. The competition was played using the New New Peoria handicapping system. There were some very close and fair scores but, at the end of the day, there is always a winner ….. and this was Rick Leung.

Congratulations Rick! As the winner, he will be entered into the CSL competition on 5 March. Rick was also closest to the pin, so he had a great day. And the winner of the longest drive again was Naoaki Waga.

For photos of the event, please click on one of the links below:

Winner, and Closest to the Pin – Rick Leung
Winner of Longest Drive – Naoaki Waga
Andrew, Patrick and Naoaki
Christopher, Paulose and Danny
Ray