Monday, October 31, 2011

CIMB Asia Pacific 2011 @ The Mines

The colour of last year's competition was pretty interesting with colourful players like Rickie Fowler, bald headed Ben Crane and our Dr. Mahathir & his attraction. This year red colour was everywhere..... something like Thailand's red shirts.
Overall the weather was pretty good with slight interference of showers in the later part of the day.
6 footer Jeev Milkha Singh from India @ the practice green.
The wiggle wiggle player from USA, Jason Dufner
See two sets of swing at this clip.
It's not true that he is the grandson of Arnold Palmer.
Vijay Singh requesting his gloves to be changed for a good final day.
This sand blast probably reminded him of the days in the beaches of Morib.
Chipping for dough while our local player admiring Vijay Singh.
Friends from Penang & Kuantan were there too.
Our Sport Minister was there too among the common crowd.
The Red was distinguish at the Mines.
Jason Dufner in trouble.
The 18th hole of The Mines.
Danny Chia for the first time won such a big money of US$85,000. Congratulation to Malaysia and Danny Chia.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

My Hainanese Wan Tan Mee Stall @ Sri Rampai, Setapak KL

This is one of my favourite Wan Tan Mee at Setapak . This Hainanese man loves his work but he is a moody man indeed, at times you can see him throwing his "wind" at his wife.  His "Wantan" is delicious which comes with prawns in it.

I always get extra chilli without requesting whenever I am there for the wan tan noodle.
I like this chewy noodle.
The Char Siu is really chunky and absolutely nice to bite.

 Restoran Ya Ka Fook

Jalan 45a/26
Taman Sri Rampai
Kuala Lumpur
GPS : 3.195214,101.732421

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Happy Deepavali Game @ SIGC (Seremban International Golf Club)

It's Deepavali Day and I was invited to play golf in Seremban. I was thrilled to play at SIGC coz it was my first time at this golf course.
Apparently it is the oldest golf course in Seremban, patronised by "Ang Moh" back in the colonial time.
An interesting Par 3 at the second hole.
There were many walking golfers playing at the second nine and really many of them during this festive day of lights.
The queue was long and patiently waiting for their turn to play.
The man whom is responsible in the development of Seremban.
We had the privilege to play with him in this small Deepavali game.
This Haji was one of the four winner, btw YDP won too.
The 3rd winner.
This left handed golfer was the 4th winner.
The youngest golfer at the age of 11 playing with the group and he is Lokman Junior.
The organiser of this mini competition, Haji Lokman was in my flight together with Haji Lal & Dato Ng.
Matured trees in an interesting layout. I like it though I blow a few holes .... and that's golf leh.
The weather was absolutely beautiful in the morning but after we finished our game and while having our lunch at the club house it started to pour. Thank goodness we played in the morning.
Happy Deepavali to all my Hindu friends and happy holiday to the rest of the world.
 Seremban International Golf Club ( SIGC )

3 1/4 Miles, Kuala Pilah Road,
PO Box 88,
Negeri Sembilan

06 - 677 5787 / 5277