The Blue Moose Sports Bar and Grill
Located on Soi 9, just off Soi Khaonoi, the Blue Moose is one of Pattaya's newest sports bars. With an air conditioned indoor bar and dining area and outdoor seating as well, it makes a great place to relax and have a beer while taking in some of the world's sports on the big screens. Friendly and welcoming staff who are eager to accommodate your thirst and perhaps challenge you to a game of pool. With a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere you will find it a second home.
Friday the 4th, from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Featuring Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Ribs & Apple Pie….
…and including Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Devilled Eggs & Thai Food
Oyjai, Gay as she is known to the Blue Moose patrons, shot 34 stableford points to capture the second monthly trophy of her young golfing career. Larry Immethun also had 34 points, but lost out on the countback. Tony Oakes challenged but came up just short with 33 points; however he was nearest to the pin on the par 3 16th hole. He reckons his short game cost him a few shots – everyone in the group will undoubtably agree with that. At the Moose the usual array of snacks was available to all
L-R: Oyjai, Larry
Mark Takes Inaugral Blue Moose Golf Trip Honors
At the tough Kabin Buri Sports Club, Mark Wood shot a very respectable 82 off of his 8 handicap to best Tony Oakes and Larry Immethun by one stableford point. Tony just nipped Larry for second place on a countback, with 19 back nine points to Larry's 18.
The Blue Moose manager, Gay, through her hometown contacts, was able to arrange an outstanding deal with the superb Kantary Hotel and the KBSC golf course. This was the first of what hopes to be regular out-of-town trips.
L-R: Tony, Mark
Oiy St. Laurent's son, Em, gives this distinguished group of "gentlemen" a traditional Songkran blessing at the Blue Moose. With Jim "Killer" Hern the youngster at 67 and Dene Mundy the elder statesman at 80+, the average age was exactly 73 years young.
Left to Right: Dave Campbell, Joe St. Laurent, Jim Hern, Dene Mundy, Paul Donahue, Ken Crow, George Knickerbocker, Paul Kraft, Keith Avery, Jack Piercefield and George Richman. Middle: Em