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Chiang Mai Trip

We had the final day at Chiang Mai Highlands on Thursday 29th October, after switching the 2nd day to Alpine on Wednesday due to heavy rain being forecasted on Tuesday. The best score over three days was achieved by one of our guests, Keith Etherington with 110 points overall, and our best member was Sirepen Nu (front left in the picture) with 99 points overall. All scores can be found on Master Scoreboard. Unfortunately, we did not get a lot of photos that day, but thanks to Ounzy for sending in this photo.

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Presentation at DaCapo Restaurant

Stefan invited Hua Hin Golf Society to DaCapo restaurant for our prize giving after the stroke play competition at Springfield on the 20th October. 18 of us enjoyed the pizza and pasta presented along with free flow wine and beer. The winner of the monthly medal was Tan Nittiya, pictured here being presented with the medal by Tim.

In second place came Andrew, pictured here congratulating Tan.

 

Since the event, Stefan has offered Hua Hin Golf Society members a discount of 20% on their meals if they show their HHGS membership cards.

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Summer Competitions During the Covid Crisis.

At present, golf courses are open subject to strict conditions. One of these conditions is that no competitions are held until further notice, although some restrictions are easing.

In order to comply, Hua Hin Golf Society will hold meetings but will not run competitions until we are given permission by the individual courses. If we do not get permission, then we will not collect match fees, and will not give out prizes. If permission is granted, then we will hold a competition, and try to announce it on the sign up sheet. Unfortunately, this will affect the social aspect of our society, as restaurants and bars at the golf courses will only be partly open. Tee times for each meeting can be booked in the normal fashion, which are then relayed to the golf courses as necessary.

We will run summer eclectics and Stableford order of merit, and so we will request that your scorecards be correctly marked, signed and then handed in to a committee member after your round. These scores will appear on the Master Scoreboard results, but will also be used to calculate eclectics and order of merit. Scorecards will also be used to adjust handicaps up or down.

This situation can change very quickly, and we will try to keep everyone informed of any changes.