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Ladies played a 9-hole Threesomes Trifecta in gale force winds

Article Published: Sunday 21st January 2018 21:54:46 pm
At Frinton GC, seventeen men played a Bogey/Par competition on Saturday in driving rain and windy conditions. The format is a match play event where the goal is to beat the course. Vice captain Simon Martin-Redman had a fine result at +4. Both Steve Mitchell and Wayne Ross scored +3, with Mitchell awarded second place on count back. All 3 men had their handicaps reduced, Martin-Redman by 2 shots.

The Frinton ladies played a 9-hole Threesomes Trifecta in gale force winds on their day last week. In this format various combinations of scores count towards the final stableford result. Amazingly 3 teams finished with 24 points. Joan Horner, Val Nicholls and Linda Boland were awarded first place on count back. Loraine Motion, Sheran Harding and Angela Vaughan were in second place, ahead of Yvonne Davies, Rosemary Rouse and Maria Naden.

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100 CLUB DRAW JANUARY 2018

Article Published: Wednesday 17th January 2018 12:39:16 pm
Yours truly imposed himself onto the Ladies golf day in order to have a selective audience, all went well and I am still in one piece.

We did however get a result with five numbers being drawn with the following lucky numbers taken out of the bag by various lady members.

1. No 119 Malcolm King £150.00
2 No 161 J. Harknett £100.00
3 No 22 Rob Morgan £ 60.00
4 No 162 Bernadette West £ 60.00
5 No 262 W. Burns £ 60.00

Congratulations to you all please collect you winnings from the Club office.

Thanks for a pleasant reception and for your continuing support.

David Joshua.
Captain.

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First news of 2018

Article Published: Monday 15th January 2018 13:29:10 pm
Happy New Year

The first stableford competition of the year open to all Havers Course members took place last Sunday. Some 36 souls braved the high winds for what proved to be very tough going. However Liam Wilson proved his mettle, winning it with 32 points. Three men finished with 30 points, with Simon Partridge awarded second place on count back, ahead of Gary Bishop and Mark Lee. The ladies wisely sat this one out.

However on their day, the ladies played a ‘threesomes waltz’ over 10 holes in much more favourable conditions. This format involves various combinations of scores counting. The winning team consisted of Helen Barr, Margaret Dean and Linda Hayles with a combined score of 41. Second place on 39 points went to Angela Vaughan, Diane Gerrard and Joan Stevenson. And the team of Mary Johnson, Maria Naden and Rosemary Rouse finished third with 35 points.

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OUTS TRIUMPH OVER INS

Article Published: Saturday 30th December 2017 19:26:04 pm
On Christmas Eve, in the annual men and ladies matchplay competition where the people who live inside the gates challenge those living outside, the ‘outs’ emerged victorious by a landslide 10 matches. Perhaps it’s advantageous to reside outside the gates after all.

The men played a cross-country stableford over 9 ‘holes’ on Boxing Day. Craig Robinson, a guest, won it with 20 points. Craig is the grandson of Philip Robinson, Frinton GC’s former President. Chris Hemingway was in second place on count back with 19 points. And Mitch McAuley finished 3rd also with 19 points.

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Lady winners of 2017

Article Published: Monday 18th December 2017 17:59:09 pm

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Frinton GC Lady captain Marilyn Clarke hosted her annual trophy presentation and lunch for all the lady winners of 2017.

The photo shows them with their respective prizes and also Lady Club Champion Claire Vaughan with Mrs. Clarke.

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Chairman’s Christmas report December 2017

Article Published: Wednesday 13th December 2017 13:47:26 pm - Members Only

Christmas Opening Times

Article Published: Tuesday 12th December 2017 06:52:45 am

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Best Christmas Hat event

Article Published: Monday 11th December 2017 16:30:24 pm

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The ladies played a fun stableford this week – the Best Christmas Hat event.
Various combinations of scores counted, and the winning threesome was the team of Ginny Richardson, Caroline Gard and former member/guest Michelle Lawton. They scored 44 points. Second place went to Donna Oliver, Lynne Smith and Sheran Harding with 41 points. And Sheila Attrill, Loraine Motion and Tracey Taylor were third with 39 points.
Loraine won the best hat of the day competition.


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FRINTON GC TROTS THE TURKEY

Article Published: Tuesday 5th December 2017 14:34:25 pm

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All Havers Course members were eligible to play in the annual Turkey Trot event on Sunday and 38 pairs competed in the foursomes event. It was a relatively warm day, and the rain held off until the last couple of holes. The day was sponsored by Wrights the Butcher who supplied generous prizes in the form of vouchers for turkeys or other products. There were 2 categories of prizes – men and mixed. In the men’s category, Ian Robinson and Frank Sanderson won it on count back with 36 points. Leo Knifton and Henry Staudinger were second. In the mixed category Andrew Woodger and Julia Walshaw were in first place with an amazing 41 points, and also had the highest score of the day. Steve and Yvonne Davies were in second place with 36 points.



The ladies played a foursome stableford on their day.
The weather was a bit nippy and the north wind added to the difficulty. But 13 pairs toughed it out, with Ginny Richardson and Audrey Joshua coming out on top with 31 points. Joan Stevenson and Linda Boland were awarded second place on count back with 30 points, just ahead of Caroline Gard and Loraine Motion.

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The Junior 2017 competition winners

Article Published: Tuesday 5th December 2017 14:33:43 pm

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The Junior 2017 competition winners were awarded their trophies in an afternoon presentation and tea last Sunday. The event was very well attended by all the winners and their families. Jack Partridge was named the new Junior captain.

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