Monday, June 1st – Pleasant Valley
Exactly one month since our last visit to Pleasant Valley where nothing had changed, the course was in excellent condition with the exception of the greens which were deceptively slow., they were closely mown and looked like the should be quick, something that caught everyone off guard. It’s hard to fathom how greens that looked quick could be so incredibly slow.
Rain threatened through the round but fortunately stayed away although at one stage it got uncomfortably close. Despite recent rain, there was no need for pick, clean, and place.
Since the return to play scoring has stayed disappointingly low with only one score over forty points, today was no different with only two golfers getting into the thirties. Once again Steve Durey topped the list with thirty-three followed one adrift by Michael Brett, Geoff Parker rounded out the scoring on twenty-eight points. Steve is on a hot winning streak at present, can anyone stop him?
1st Steve Durey (20) 33 points
2nd Michael Brett (15) 32 points
3rd Geoff Parker (18) 28 points
Near pins Tony Robbins, Peter Kelly, & Steve Durey
We are studying options for an away trip by the end of the month assuming hotels are open. Olivier Daniels of Serenity Resort and Spa has suggested a nice itinerary that takes in Lotus Valley, Khao Cha-Ngok, Royal Hills, and Kabin Buri. Those interested should maintain close contact with Tony Robbins to keep abreast of developments.