Day two at Grand Prix

Day two of our golf trip to Kanchanaburi, after a night of having good fun it was an early start for Skip, Capt Bob and Steve Giles as they were heading home straight after golf so tee off was 8 am, we started on the tenth tee as there was a five ball on the first green and the course was full of 6 and 7 balls for some reason but we just breezed around in front of them all. This golf course if you have never played before put on your bucket list it really is a spectacular course and well worth the drive to get there. The scoring today was even better than day one with Wayne Cotterell taking 3rd spot with 37 points, Keith Allen continued his recent great form to take 2nd spot with 38 points, but Roger Emery managed his first win of late with 40 points. Now to the overall winners Roger Emery took 2nd place with 74 and Keith Allen took the top spot with 77 points and promptly bought everyone present a drink well done mate and thank you from everyone here. The drive from the golf course to Steve’s house in Green Field villas took just 3 hours 20 minutes google maps took us home through some lovely countryside on a great highway with very little traffic until we hit ring road 9 then it slowed down until we got passed the airport but there were no complaints.

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