Fred­die ready for new role at Tyther­ing­ton

Macclesfield Express - - SEARCH - GOLF GE­OFF GAR­NETT

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.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.