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News 4th September 2017

Article Published: Monday 4th September 2017 18:33:29 pm
The field was full for the RNLI Stableford last weekend. Fifty four gents and ladies competed on a bright sunny day to benefit the Lifeboats charity. Toby Oliver won it with a very respectable 41 points. His handicap was swiftly reduced. Roly Brockman came in second place on countback with 40 points, with Julia Walshaw awarded third, also with 40 points. Her handicap suffered the same fate as Oliverís.

In the Daily Mail Foursomes for men, John Sowton brought in a new in-form partner Mark Smith, winning it, as well as the Frank Thompson Trophy, with a 67. Sowton and Smith will now go forward to represent Frinton GC in the 2018 Daily Mail Foursomes knock-out competition. Peter Outtridge and Stuart Grimwade finished second on 69, with the experienced pairing of Iain Quick and Ian Chamberlain taking third place on 70.

Linda Hayles won the Ladies Veterans Trophy with a very impressive 40 points, pipping Diane Gerrard on countback. Joan Stevensn took the Ladies Vintage Trophy with a score of 34 points. And Mary Strutt won the Ladies Ancients Trophy with a 10-hole total of 23 points.

In the Ladies 13th EWGA Medal, Yvonne Davies won it with a 2-under par score of 71. Linda Hayles came second with on 72 nett, with Sheran Harding and Jane Quick finishing third and fourth respectively with 73 nett.

And finally, David Killick won the post Golf Week stableford with 40 points. Bill Burns came second on 38 points, beating Rob Long and Steve Phillips on countback.

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Possible Blanford Fly bite warning

Article Published: Sunday 20th August 2017 16:12:05 pm
Blandford Fly Bites
Jan McLellan was bitten on her lower leg recently whilst playing the 3rd hole.
Jan experienced no serious effects at the time, however later in the day her leg became infected and extremely painful.
The Doctor researched her symptoms and discovered a number of cases had been reported across the South & East of England with similar symptoms after being bitten by Blandford Fly.


Symptoms of Blandford fly bites

The NHS says Blandford fly bites are usually most common during May and June. They often occur on the legs and are very painful. They can produce a severe, localised reaction around the area of the bite. It says symptoms include:

Oedema ( swelling)
Blistering
A high temperature (fever) of 38C (100.4F) or over
Joint pain

Treatment for Blandford fly bites

Doctors familiar with Blandford fly bites suggest the following treatments:

Clean the bite wound with soap and water and dry gently
Creams that contain camomile lotion, steroid cream or anaesthetic can soothe the pain of a bite, as can an antihistamine tablet. Do not apply cream or ointment to broken skin and always follow the instructions on the packet. Even though it may be itchy, try to avoid scratching the bite because you may damage the skin and allow bacteria to get in
Redness and irritation are common and should settle within a few days with these measures
Secondary infection is less common. If you notice red lines appearing on the skin or enlarged lymph nodes (swelling) in your armpit or groin, seek medical advice.

Blandford fly bite prevention

NHS Herefordshire recommends people should cover up and use insect repellent when out and about near affected rivers and streams.


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100 Club August 2017 Draw

Article Published: Saturday 19th August 2017 13:43:30 pm
A fantastic evening to finish a wonderful week.

The weather was marvellous, except for a squall on Friday afternoon. It was apparent that everyone enjoyed themselves.

The draw for the Grand Prize took place after the presentations, which went well.

1st No 1 Caroline Gard £500.00
2nd No 53 Terry Barnes £200.00
3rd No 215 Rob Long £100.00
4th No 91 Vince Summers £ 80.00
5th No 32 Simon Partridge £ 60.00
6th No 262 Bill Burns £ 60.00

£1000.00


Please collect your winnings from the Club Office and thank you all for your magnificent support.

Kind Regards,

David Joshua.
Captain.

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Pro Shop Deals for Golf Week

Article Published: Tuesday 15th August 2017 14:16:13 pm

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Newsletter 11/08/2017

Article Published: Tuesday 15th August 2017 14:08:39 pm - Members Only

100 Club be in it to win

Article Published: Monday 14th August 2017 19:57:32 pm

Golf Week 2017 Start Times

Article Published: Tuesday 8th August 2017 19:50:05 pm

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Many of the golf week events now have start sheets attached on the website

view the events calendar or golf week section for more information.


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Results 7th August 2017

Article Published: Monday 7th August 2017 16:29:36 pm
The Frinton ladies played the Daily Mail Foursomes stroke play event last week. Angela Low and Yvonne Davies won it with a nett score of 78. They now qualify to go on to the next round. Joan Stevenson and Lyn Lawrence were in second place with a score of 80. And Ginny Richardson and Jan McLellan took third with 80.5.

The Forres Cup competition was also held last week, a 9-hole stableford on the Kirby Course for juniors. Jack Walker was the winner with a respectable score of 29 points. Young Chelsey Duffy took second with 24 points. And Louie Rouse was in third place with 19 points.

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Entry sheets for Golf Week

Article Published: Saturday 5th August 2017 11:21:33 am

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The entry sheets for Golf Week are available at the club
if you have not signed up for an event yet

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The St Andrews Boys Open 2017

Article Published: Friday 4th August 2017 17:06:35 pm

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The Captain and Committee are very proud of one of our juniors, 14 year old Daniel Nicholls, who today at the very difficult St Andrews Old Course was beaten 3/1 in the final of the St Andrews Boys Open 2017.

The preliminary round was a scratch stroke play event over the Eden course. The competition was open to all 17 year old juniors from around the world. 140 Juniors took part and the top 32 qualified for a match play knock out over 3 days. Daniel won the scratch stroke event with a gross score of 67 thereby qualifying in 1st place for the knock out stages. He then went on to win his first round, second round, quarter final, semi final, and narrowly lost in the final. In the semi final Daniel recorded a score of 6 under par on the actual Old Course!

We are talking about the worlds finest young players here.

In the final Daniel came up against a young Japanese tour player who had twice been the boys World Champion. Unfortunately Daniel lost the final 3/1

Needless to say Captain, Chairman, Committee and all members are extremely proud of Daniels achievement and wish him every success in the future.

Well done Daniel,

David Joshua,
Captain.

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