Freddie ready for new role at Tytherington
FREDDIE BerisfordInce is relishing his new role as the PGA professional at Tytherington Golf Club and the opportunities it will provide him to develop his passion for coaching.
Freddie said: “By the age of 14 I had really got the golfing bug and joined my local club Mobberley, whilst also playing at Ringway GC competing in team matches.
“From the age of 16 I worked at Mobberley in the pro shop for three years whilst studying for a National Golf Diploma at Myerscough College.
“I then went coaching full-time at an indoor golf studio in Altrincham which is where I began studying for my PGA qualification.
“Then after 18 months I moved to the Cain Golf Academy, who now provide the golf services at Tytherington, in June 2015.
“While I love to play golf my passion is for coaching and helping players improve their own performance and this drives my ambition to be the best possible coach that I can become.
“I firmly believe that mastering basic techniques will, with some practice and commitment, maximise every player’s golfing potential enhancing their all-round golf experience.
“To find out more about the services offered check out the website www.caingolf. co.uk or ring me on 07769 346 914.”
The Winter League at Alderley Edge has been decided after the last competition was washed out.
The new champions are long-standing leaders Luke Foden, Harrison Peck, Olie Lane and Daniel Fesmer.
Cheshire held its annual Boys Pre Season event at Warrington Golf Club and 31 players were invited by team manager Mike Jones.
The event enabled their progress from the winter’s coaching progress to be assessed and then to announce the team of eight players to represent the County at the Four Counties Tournament that will be held at Childwall GC in early April.
Styal’s Jacob Oakley was the top scorer on the day with 39 points and he booked his place in the team that will be led by Cheshire Junior Captain Rhys Nevin-Wharton (Sandiway). The rest of the team is: Tom Duncalf (Sandiway), Josh Curtis (Ringway), Daniel Heron (Wallasey), Ryan Nevins (Styal), Archie Palmer (Bramhall), Matthew Payne (Bramhall).
Macclesfield’s men played a Team of Four Disco Stableford and leading in with 120 points were the fab four of Ian Heppell, Phil Cockburn, Paul Lingard and Ben Pritchard.
They finished three clear of Mark Brierley, Pete Holmes, Pete Lloyd and Derek Payne who won a cpo from Paul Barber, Dave Young, Neil Johnson and Simon Cooper.
Singles Stableford action at Mottram Hall saw the familiar name of Ross Birch leading in after a cpo on 40 points with Matt Delargy with Martin Firth and Peter Smith two points off the pace.
It also needed a cpo on 40 points in a Thursday Stableford at Shrigley Hall to see Winston Dudley-Brown lead in from Martin Hill.
A 9-hole Friday Frolic at Styal was won by Cheshire junior star Jacob Oakley with 21 points, two more than Simon Tracey and Nick Corless.
Next day in a Saturday Stableford division one was won by Khalil Musa after a cpo on 39 points with Tom Bloor.
In division two Dave Halliday was out on his own with 41 points, two more than Kevin Doherty and Dennis Chester.
The latest round of the Styal ladies Winter League was won by Elaine Burgess with 24 points from Liz Dabrowski 22.