A Flight winner Myles Knowlson (right) receives his prize.150 players, including 18 Ladies gathered at Phoenix Gold Golf course on February 28 for the second Pattaya Amateur Golf Series tournament of 2018.Once again there were some fine scores turned in, along with some sparkling individual efforts for the technical prizes available on each hole. PAGS has been blessed of late with the weather, and this day was perfect conditions for golf. The course was in good condition, with fast running fairways, and the greens at a decent pace, and with numerous short tees, low scores were sure to be the order of the day.The star on this day was hard to differentiate, with several outstanding stableford scores recorded in the tournament. Myles Knowlson with his 44 points and Barbro Borjesson in the Ladies with her 45 were the highest point scorers. There were prizes to be won on every hole as per normal for the PAGS events, but with such a large field of golfers you had to be very close to win.As touched on previously the Ladies winner was Barbro Borjesson (35) with a spectacular 45 points with second place going to Liny Prom (43) with as strong 41 points. Several technical prizes went to a selection of ladies also. C Flight for 20+ handicappers was won by regular PAGS participant Pierre Zbinden (22) with a score of 42 points, closely followed by William Vickers (20) with 41, while Lars Tornlind picked up third spot with 40.In the B flight (13–19) it was Mikael Andersen (18) winning with 42 points in another closely contested flight, edging out Werner Schwarz (17) on count-back 22/20. The bronze medal position went to Fred Mefritz (13) on 41 points, to go with his Long Drive on Lakes 9.In the A flight (0–12) it was Myles Knowlson (11) who came out on top with a Men’s best on the day, an outstanding 44 points, to go with his approach on Ocean 3. A count-back was required to decide the minor places as Frode Brandt (11) and Jari Laakonen (12) both signed for 40 points. Frode secured the silver with his 20 back-nine points to Jari’s 18.Mike Allidi won the coveted Low Gross with 75, on count-back over Myles & Christer. Several honorable mentions also go out to multiple technical prize winners, Jeeranan, Nattaporn, Kevin & Fynn.