LYNDA Boland hosted her Lady Captain’s Day at Frinton Golf Club.

The weather was super, perhaps a little too hot, hovering around 30 degrees with hardly a breeze.

Forty-six lady golfers were not deterred and set off with a shotgun start at 10am for 18 competitive holes.

The four first prizes within handicap categories were awarded to Angela Low, with 37 points in the silver division, Chelsey Duffy, with 42 points in bronze A, Louise Wood, with 36 points in bronze B, and Lynne Smith, with 31 points in bronze C.

The second overall prize went to Lyn Lawrence, with 34 points, third to Jemma Jackson, with 33 points, and fourth to Deborah Tanner, with 33 points.

The best front nine went to Jan McLellen, with 21 points, and the best back nine, with 19 points, to Valerie Nicholls.

Nearest the holes prizes went to Chelsey Duffy and Angela Low, with Jan Harrison claiming the straightest drive.

The afternoon putting prize went to Angela Low and the chipping prize to Bernadette West.

A long, hot day was rounded off with an excellent meal and prizegiving.

Club president Malcolm Withycombe and his wife, Joan, were guests.

The end of the month Friday stableford, open to all Havers course members, was played on one of the hottest days of the summer so far.

Fifty players participated, with Malcolm Boucher winning it on countback with 42 points, just ahead of Mark Flanagan.

Wayne De’ath finished in third place with 40 points. .

What a difference a day makes.

Saturday saw a fourball better ball competition in seriously wet weather and ten degrees colder.

Glen and Frazer Maleary weren’t put off, though, winning it with 46 points.

Two teams came in with 42 points, with Simon Martin-Redman and Simon Partridge awarded second place on countback ahead of John Sowton and Alan Morrison.

The Junior Summers Cup was also being played for that day.

Patrick Dooley won the trophy with a score of 40 points.

Callum Gregory was second, with 36 points, and it was a good week for Chelsey Duffy, who finished third with 32 points.

Finally the annual WAGS (Wednesday afternoon golfers) Frinton v Romford match was played at home.

Twenty-eight players took part, with the winning team determined by aggregate stableford scores.

Frinton came out on top by quite a margin.

Frinton golfers Kevin Maleary, Malcolm King, Alan Rusbridge and Vince McAuley had the highest scores of the day.