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100 Club June 2017 Draw

Article Published: Wednesday 21st June 2017 17:46:08 pm
I have never seen the audience at a social function so animated, dancing in the aisles and arm waving, this was down to our tribute singer and entertainer Danny Owen who took off Neil Diamond and Tom Jones to a tee we certainly got our moneyís worth, as did the following 100 Club members, five of them a little better off.

The results were -
1 287 Martin Walker £150.00
2 265 John Parfitt £100.00
3 11 Ginny Richardson £60.00
4 14 The Golfing Girls £60.00
5 73 Susan Evans £60.00

Congratulations to you all please remember to collect your winnings from Deborah in the Office.

The 100 Club needs your support to enable us to continue with the many worthwhile projects for the club. If you have recently won why not reinvest your winnings, you may be on a winning streak.

If you are not in the Club yet, for just £5 per month (£60 per annum) you could be in with a good chance of winning, golf week will soon be upon us when we generally enhance the prizes to increase the fun.

Many thanks to you all and the very best of luck.

David Joshua.

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Newsletter 16/06/2017

Article Published: Friday 16th June 2017 15:52:44 pm - Members Only

Fatherís Day Golf Offers

Article Published: Tuesday 13th June 2017 13:28:28 pm
Still unsure what to get dad for Fatherís Day?

You will find the perfect gift at Frinton Golf Club.

Our Pro Shop is well stocked with equipment and clothing.

Golf lessons available.

Or make it easy and just get dad a voucher printed with his name on it to make it more personal.
Come and see us Email The Pro Shop
or call on 01255 682456.

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Minor change to Office Opening Hours

Article Published: Thursday 8th June 2017 06:22:39 am
Office Opening hours will be

Mon, Tue, Thu and Friday 09:00 To 16:00 (previously 17:00)

Wed Closed

Sat & Sunday Closed

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Article Published: Monday 5th June 2017 21:17:12 pm

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In the photo: winning Texas Scramble team, Toby Oliver, Bob Newton, Captain David Joshua, Rob Long, Chris Hemingway and Mike Leonardi

Frintonís Junior captain Claire Vaughan won the Fiona Edmund Trophy, a 36-hole scratch competition, thereby becoming the Lady Club Champion. Vaughanís score over the 2 rounds was 180. Caroline Gard and Marie Ellis were close second and third with scores of 181 and 182 respectively. It was a hard-fought match.

On Friday 120 members paid tribute to Michael Gates who is leaving the club after some 15 years of service. The 5-man Texas scramble raised significant funds for Gatesyís charity, Headway.
The overall winners were Chris Hemingway, Mike Leonardi, Toby Oliver, Rob Long and Bob Newton with an amazing score of 51 nett.
They made 14 birdies. In second place, and also the winners of the best mixed team consisted of Lily Taylor, Barbara Thorpe, Frank Thorpe, Stephan Vaughan and Chris Taylor. They had 54.2 nett.
And the best all ladies team was made up of Lady captain Marilyn Clarke, past captain Angela Vaughan, Margaret Dean, Diane Gerrard and Claire Vaughan. The Vaughanís had a good week indeed.

The men vied for the Cooper Cup on Sunday, an 18-hole stableford with a maximum handicap limit of 24. David Partridge was the winner on count back with a fabulous score of 44 points, just ahead of Rob Trotman. Mitch McAuley was third with 42 points. All three had their handicaps promptly reduced.

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Newsletter 2/06/2017

Article Published: Friday 2nd June 2017 21:10:37 pm - Members Only

100 Club May 2017 Draw

Article Published: Wednesday 31st May 2017 17:14:55 pm
The following is the result of the May 100 Club draw held on Saturday evening 27th May 2017.

1. Robert Long £200.00 213
2. Mary Lowe £100.00 115
3. Sidney Belton £50.00 39
4. Tony Nicholas £50.00 266
5. Golfing Girls £50.00 14

If you havenít joined yet and wish to be included in the next draw, details of how to join are readily available from the Office.

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Article Published: Monday 29th May 2017 17:52:34 pm
Last yearís captain Peter Webster was the winner of the Club Challenge Bowl, an 18-hole singles medal with a handicap limit of 24. He finished with a 65 nett. Peter Irwin and Stephen Phillips both came in with 66, with Irwin awarded second place on count back.

But it was really the ladies week when captain Marilyn Clarke hosted her first big event of the year, the Spring Meeting. The weather was perfect and the course was in fine condition. The format in the morning was a singles stableford, and Audrey Joshua won it with an amazing 44 points, promptly reducing her handicap by 3. Marie Ellis was in second place overall with 41. And Ginny Richardson also had a good score with 40 point to take third. Over on the Kirby Course, Sandra Balderston racked up 38 points to win it, with Trish Freear in second place with 36.

The afternoon fun format was a Texas Scramble. The winners were Angela Vaughan, Sheran Harding, Mary Strutt and Joan Withycombe with 29.2 points. Second place went to Audrey Joshua (with her reduced handicap!), Ginny Richardson, Caroline Gard and Yvonne Davies with 29.7. Nearest the pins went to Jane Quick, Judy Taylor and Madge Whitehead.

The Bank Holiday Monday saw the playing of the traditional event, the Bob Turner Foursomes, an 18-hole stableford with a maximum handicap limit of 24.
The day started sunny and warm, and the rain held off until play was completed. Ed Glease and David Partridge were way out in front with a fantastic score of 40 points. Chris Hemingway and Rob Long were a fine second place with 36 points. And 3 teams finished with 35 points, with Jake Wells and Neil Macrae-Smith pipping the others on count back to finish in third place.

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Golf Week Launch Extravaganza

Article Published: Monday 29th May 2017 00:48:45 am

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Golf Week Launch

12th August

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Snake warning

Article Published: Friday 26th May 2017 12:32:52 pm

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Snake warning issued after adder spotted on golf course

Experts tell the public not to approach as warm spell could see spike in sightings

Adders will only use their venom as a last means of defence, usually if caught or trodden on. No one has died from adder bite in Britain for over 20 years. With proper treatment, the worst effects are nausea and drowsiness, followed by severe swelling and bruising in the area of the bite. Most people who are bitten were handling the snake. Treat adders with respect and leave them alone.
Deatils from Forestry Commission website

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