Jubilee Golf Update
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Frinton’s first big golf event of last week was the Ladies Fiona Edmond Championship Trophy, a 36-hole scratch competition. It was a closely fought competition, but in the end Claire Vaughan was the victor with a score of 155. Chelsey Duffy was 3 shots behind with 158 to finish in second place. Sarah Fryer was third.

The Jubilee Better Ball President’s Putter competition took place on Thursday, where the best 2 scores counted on all holes. The winning team comprised Ed Glease, Donna Oliver, Gary Chisnall and Toby Oliver with 92 points. Second place went to Wayne De’ath, Brian De’ath, Martin Crush and Lynne Smith with 90 points. Jan Wright, Margaret Dean, Jan McLellan and Helen Barr were the best ladies team with their 78 points. The former President’s gold putter was presented to the Club by Mrs. Joan Withycombe after the prize giving.

Over on the Kirby Course, Lyn Lawrence won the Jubilee Cup with a ripping score of 46 points. Ron Pardy was in second place with 39. And Roddrick Johnson’s 37 put him in third.

On Friday Haven Veterinary Practice’s Neil Macrae-Smith hosted a charity day for the National Animal Welfare Trust. Over 90 members and visitors took part in a Texas Scramble in glorious sunny weather. Frinton Alarms and TLS Car sales were also generous sponsors offering a great selection of competition and raffle prizes including a Porsche Hospitality auction, raising a staggering amount of money. Jak Hanmore, Nick Brown, Jamie Hearn and Toby Oliver were the overall winning team with a score of 57.8. Best mixed or ladies team was made up of Vice Captain Jemma Jackson, Claire Vaughan, Steve Davies and Ian Binns, not far behind with 59.5.

The weather turned more Frinton-like for the Saturday event, with a stiff wind making the going that much more challenging. It was the Cooper Cup, a stableford open to all Havers Course members. The scores reflected the difficult conditions, with Michael Mason winning it with 36 points. Michelle Lawton did the ladies section proud, finishing in second place with 35. And Paul Mutton carded 34 to put him third.

Over on the Kirby Course, the Juniors played for the Sabine Cup, an 18-hole stableford. Patrick Dooley took home the trophy with his 30 points. Alfie Waters was just behind in second place with 29. And third went to Callum Gregory on 28 points.

The final event of the weekend was Sunday’s Jubilee Bowl, a mixed greensomes stableford. John Warwick and Phil Townsend won it on count back with 43 points, just ahead of Nick Brown and Claire Vaughan. Tom Kennedy and John Sneddon were in third place with 42 points.

The Big Jubilee Lunch followed the competition, a fit ending to a spectacular weekend. Best dressed went to Stephen Guilfoyle.

David

Club Manager

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