Two very important competitions were held at Frinton GC last week.
The men played in a 2-day competition over 36 holes for the Arthur Havers Trophy (scratch) and Markham Bowl handicap medal, and the ladies vied for the Centenary Salvers.
In the menís event, James Hide won the trophy with a gross score of 153. He also had the best nett score. Second place went to captain Peter Webster, and Doc Morrison came in third. Although Jason Nicholls had the best score overall, as a country member he is ineligible to win silverware.
The Centenary Salvers scratch and handicap salvers are medals played over 36 holes in 2 days. Michelle Lawton won the scratch salver with a score of 180. The Salver was first presented to the club in 1995 by Mrs. Gladys Chamberlain. Caroline Gard was in second place. The handicap salver, presented in the same year by Janet McMillan, was won by Judy Taylor with a nett score of 149. Margaret Dean was in second place.