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Article Published: Saturday 17th November 2018 15:03:38 pm

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from left Angela Low, Sheran Harding, Barbara Thorpe and Ginny Richardson

Frinton ladies played a greensomes competition last Tuesday. It was a fine day for it, warm and not too windy for a change. Mary Johnson and Angela Low were out in front, winning it with 37 stabelford points. Rosemary Rouse and Sheran Harding were in second place with 34 points. And third went to Barbara Thorpe and Debbie Tanner with 29 points.

The final of the Appleby Meyer Foursomes was played on Saturday. It’s a ladies summer knockout event. Ginny Richardson and Barbara Thorpe narrowly won it on the 18th, beating out Angela Vaughan and Sheran Harding.

Perhaps the most exciting event of the week was the Committee v. Staff greensomes competition held on Thursday in sunny and benign conditions. Battlelines were drawn early, with the staff stoking up on meat sandwiches in the clubhouse while committee members were out practising in the cold. It was a hard fought competition, but afterwards Chairman Graeme Dodds was overheard saying, ‘We got thrashed.’ The staff won it 4 ½ to ½.




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Friday Night Free Draw for Members

Article Published: Sunday 11th November 2018 17:01:31 pm
the Friday Night Draw will recommence on Friday 16th between 6.30 and 7pm.

The draw value will start at £50 but remember you’ve got to be there to win.
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100 CLUB DRAW OCTOBER 2018

Article Published: Wednesday 31st October 2018 14:32:26 pm
The above draw was carried out with the help of a small but very important section of the Club at Monday lunchtime.

The result was as follows.

No 62 G. Lardon £140.00.
No 53 T.Barnes £100.00
No 237 A.White £ 80.00
No 208 D.Hanson £ 65.00

TOTAL £385.00


Congratulations to each of you, a nice bit of help with Christmas just around the corner.

I am sorry to say that the numbers in circulation are becoming seriously diminished hence the fewer prizes. The club depends very much on the 100 club and its membership in order to complete the course irrigation system, among other things.

I am advised by Deborah that several members have decided not to continue, whether this is because they didn't realise they were overdue or for other reasons.

It might be that a standing order will save you calling at the Club office every year, this can easily be arranged and we would be delighted to welcome you back, this also applies to every new member, for just £60 per annum you can get in with the chance of winning and supporting the club.

Remember the more members in the 100 club the larger the prizes.

DEBORAH IS WAITING TO HEAR FROM YOU.
If you have any comments or suggestions to improve the 100 club membership please let me have them. EVERY LITTLE HELPS.

Good luck and best wishes.

David Joshua.


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Golf news for 29th October

Article Published: Monday 29th October 2018 12:37:06 pm
Frinton GC Havers Course members played in the Friday stableford, always held on the last Friday of the month. The beautiful summer-like weather had given way to more autumnal conditions, with a stiff northerly wind.
However Peter Morris prevailed, winning it on count back with 36 points.
Steve Phillips was awarded second place. And Tom Kennedy finished third with 35 points. Sadly no ladies entered the competition.

The ladies played a foursomes competition on their day.
The sun was shining, but the wind was a distraction.
Three teams finished with 29 points, with Sheran Harding and Mary Johnson awarded first place on count back. Yvonne Davies and Marilyn Clarke were in second place. And Joan Horner and Angela Low came in third.

The stableford encompassing the Past Captain’s trophy competition was a bit of a wash out on Sunday.
A full field of players started the event, but torrential rain and a sudden sharp burst of hail dampened spirits, and many retired to the clubhouse early.
Eighteen men prevailed though, and Peter Webster took home the trophy. Geoff Taylor won the stableford with a great score of 41 points. Mike Leonardi was second with 37. And Neil Meixner finished in third place with 36.



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Lady Captain’s Charity stableford

Article Published: Tuesday 23rd October 2018 10:33:20 am
The ladies played in the Lady Captain’s Charity stableford on their day. Marilyn Clarke’s charity is the Little Haven’s Hospice, the only children’s hospice in Essex. Again, the weather was superb, and playing conditions couldn’t have been better. Angela Vaughan won it with a score of 34 points. Tricia Hamilton was in second place on count back with 33 points, just ahead of Angela Low and Ginny Richardson.

Frinton GC men vied for the University Shield on Sunday in bright sunshine and summer like conditions. The competition format is a medal with a maximum handicap of 24. The scores reflected the excellent course conditions. Nick Brown won it with 64 nett. Second place went to Andy Hipkin with a score of 68. Both men’s handicaps were reduced by 1 shot. Captain Simon Martin-Redman was in third place with 69 nett.



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News for members

Article Published: Monday 15th October 2018 15:05:59 pm - Members Only

busy week of ladies golf

Article Published: Sunday 14th October 2018 15:29:33 pm

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The ladies had a busy week. Tuesday saw 2 major competitions.
On the Havers Course, members vied for the Simonds Bowl, an 18-hole medal with a 28 handicap limit. Marie Ellis took home the silverware with a score of 76 nett. Two ladies finished on 77 nett, with Angela Low awarded second place, just ahead of Ginny Richardson.

Over on the Kirby Course, the ladies played for the Kirby Cup, an 18-hole stableford event. Jackie Bryden was the winner with an amazing score of 41 points. The trophy was presented to her by Jan McLellan who donated the trophy in the year of her captaincy, 2007. Susie Gregory was in second place with 31 points. And Kitty Jarvis finished in third with 29 points.


And in another ladies event last week, Judith Little continued her winning ways, coming in first in the Past Captain’s Competition with 21 points over 10 holes. Judy Taylor was just behind her in second with 20 points. And Captain Marilyn Clarke was in third on count back with 19 points.


The Seniors played for the Senior Shield, a stableford event.
Three men finished with 37 points, with David Wilson declared the winner on count back.
Roy Brewerton was awarded second place. And Barry Webb was third.

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VINCE SUMMERS REMEMBERED

Article Published: Sunday 14th October 2018 15:21:27 pm
Frinton GC members and guests played for the Vince Summers Cup on Saturday afternoon.

It was an unseasonably warm day, with plenty of sunshine.
Niall Smith won the trophy with 40 stableford points.
The team event was won by Stuart Summers, Cameron Bennett, Simon Handing and Ben Coreless with 87 points.

A very fine dinner followed the event, when many WAG’s joined the proceedings.

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NEW YEAR‘S EVE tickets on sale 2nd Nov

Article Published: Tuesday 9th October 2018 15:21:34 pm

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NEW YEAR ‘S EVE CELEBRATION

TICKETS £50

ON SALE FROM
2nd November

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Save the date for Carol Service and Santa

Article Published: Tuesday 9th October 2018 15:19:45 pm

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Save the date for Carol Service and Santa

23rd December

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