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  • Hong Kong Golf Societies Par-3 Cup

    Hong Kong Golf Societies Par-3 Cup

    06 Nov 2020

    The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club Hong Kong - Academy Course
    Friday 30th October, 2020

    The HKFCGS had 2 teams of 4 players selected to enter into the inaugural Hong Kong Golf Societies Par-3 Cup held on the Academy Course at The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club Hong Kong on Friday 30th October, 2020.

    It is an interesting and attractive short 6-hole layout, each a Par-3 (Par-18), which we went around three times (Par-54). We hit from three different length tee boxes each time around (Gold, Silver and Bronze tees), with a maximum 8-iron being used by most players. For those who had not previously played the course, we had to get used to the artificial tees, bunkers and greens pretty quickly, especially the slick greens!  

    We were blessed with sunshine and low humidity on this scenic and undulating links layout, which runs along the seashore. A gentle although swirling coastal breeze kept us cool and focused.The main concept of the competition was to have fun against a music backdrop being blasted out by a DJ on the front lawn of the club. The ‘80’s music got my vote (I’m giving my age away!).

    Congrats to both HKFCGS teams - Team 1 (Andrew Wood, Frankie Fang, Jenny Chapman and Justin Faulkner) and Team 2 (JP Cuvelier, Eric Desgouttes, Darren McEntee and Graeme Brechin) who both finished well placed with a scoring system of team combined (best 3 stableford scores from 4). The winners were The HK Seniors GS bagging an incredible 152 points, with WAGS following closely in 2nd place on 151 points!

    A great inaugural event, which was oversubscribed and very social. One of our players came away with a 3rd place lucky draw prize. Golf was the winner. Well played HKFCGS.

    FINAL RESULTS (18-Holes Academy Course)

    Category Teams and Players Name Scores
    1st Position

    HKSGS-1
    (Lawrence Mak, Frankie Cheng, Jenny Tam and Simon Ling)

    152 points combined 
    (3 of 4)

    2nd Position WAGS-1
    (Zac Purton, Garry Kemp,
    Craig Pallister and Wes Lonergan)
    151 points combined
    (3 of 4)
    3rd Position AWAGS Red 
    (Polly McGovern, Jillian Kent, Nicci Button and Catherine Therasse)
    150 points combined
    (3 of 4)
    4th Position HKSGS-2 
    (Clive Hunter, Raymond Ip, Robert Noble and Fritz Pfrang)
    145 points combined
    (3 of 4)
    Near Pin
    #3 Zac Purton
    #6 Daniel Rupp
    Best Dressed Team
    AWAGS Blue (Grace Tay, A. Korn-Blum, H. Peyrefitte and C. Ikeda-Thew