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Warm sunshine and gale force winds marks the arrival of autumn competitions
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Frinton GC Lady Captain, Viv Stansfield, hosted her autumn meeting last week on one of the last warm days of the season. There were two morning competitions, both single stablefords.

On the Havers Course, four ladies scored 38 points, so all prizes were awarded on count back. Marie Gibson was first, with second place going to Marilyn Clark and Margaret Dean was third, just ahead of Marilyn Smith.

Over on the Kirby Course, Debbie Ellis won it with 24 points and Carol Pryke finished second with 20.

The afternoon format was a 4-woman Texas Scramble on the Kirby Course. The winning team, way out in front with a score of 14.8, consisted of Julia Walshaw, Liz Lewis, Carol Pryke and Myra Offord. Second place went to Jill Haines, Marie Gibson, Marilyn Smith and Rita Marrinton with 21.7.

The Gent’s Over 70s and 80s Trophies were played for last week. Both winners posted remarkable scores of 43 stableford points. Brian Little won the Over 80s Trophy, and Mike Reynolds took home the Over 70s title.

In the last Friday of the month stableford open to all Havers Course members, a full field went out, but only eight finished. The weather was filthy – gale force winds and pelting rain. Ian Smith proved his mettle, winning it with 32 points. Philip Bird and Mark Flanagan both scored 27 points, with Bird awarded second place on count back.

Philip Bird had another good day on Sunday, when he won the Lorna Farebrother 4 Club Salver, indicating that he probably didn’t need all those other clubs on Friday. He scored 37 stableford points in a stiff wind. Mark Doyle was second on count back with 35 points, just ahead of Paul Mutton.

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Greens cut Fairways being mown today. The 9th is full length today as we are waiting for part for the trencher . Hopefully drainage will resume tomorrow. Tees being mown and turfing of low ways on 15th fairway continues. PREFERRED LIES are now in play. Please remember to repair your pitchmarks. Thank you. Preferred lies are to remain in bunkers but updated to WITHIN 6 INCHES no nearer the hole while keeping within the hazard. Limited bins are available every three holes. The ball lifters have been replaced with foam . Please do not touch the flags.