This round the response was overwhelming from originally 4 flights we have increased it to 5 flights and could not accommodate any more as we were only playing 9 holes with limited time in the evening despite there were some more names in the standby list.
The only flight with a photo taken the rest of the players was already on the course when I arrived. And they are Johnson, Ravi, K.L. Wong and Tim Wang.
My serious partner, Danny Chan was perfecting his putts (of course for dough). Our friendly opponents Cheong Koon Kock & A.S. Lee gave us a good fight till the last hole. It was an interesting fight indeed with some miraculous shots just like those seen in T.V.
The Sultan of Swings – Tim Wang & the Piggie Man executing a different kind of swing.
The dinner was held at Yeaw Seng Kok’s house @ Ukay Perdana.
Teng Sir and myself posing with the Roast Pig before the chopper is being laid into it.
It has become a tradition to usher the coming Chinese New Year with Yee Sang as in most dinner or lunch in Malaysia. It is a practice that we would ask for all kind of good things to come for the New Year.
Part of the roast pig was used for this delicious soup, it is a kind of sour soup but yummy. Friends at the lovely lawn of Seng Kok.