The Golf Historian
Putting your organization's History in Print.

Frances G. Trimble


"Due to her knowledge, experience and wonderful writing abilities, we employed Frances Trimble, one of the foremost authorities on Texas Golf History." "Frances did a fabulous job, which has contributed greatly to the experience at our facility. I highly recommend her for any historical project."

Steve Termeer
General Manager/Director of Golf
The University of Texas Golf Club
(May 31, 2007)

"I have had the opportunity to recently work with Frances Trimble on a 75th Anniversary book which is quite comprehensive." "She meticulously interviewed many people to get the necessary history and information". "Frances is only a great writer, but the most thorough I have ever had the chance to work with." "I have labeled her "the detective"". "I can highly recommend her as a competent, professional, honest, experienced, and you will be very happy to with her work."

Mrs. Marty Leonard
Board of Governors
Colonial Country Club
(December 21, 2009)

"Frances G. Trimble was commissioned to write the eighty-five year history of the Houston Pilots. This project involved a year of research, including oral histories with several of our emeritus pilots and surveys of all local and state repositories of information regarding the history of pilotage in America, Texas and on the Houston Ship Channel."

"Mrs. Trimble was also involved with the design, layout and publication of The Houston Pilots: Silent Servants of Progress, which was printed in 2006."

"We can recommend Frances Trimble to anyone desiring to publish a comprehensive organizational history."

Robert L. Thompson
Presiding Officer
Houston Pilots
(April 27, 2007)

"In searching for an author for our book, we found references to be extremely helpful. It is in this regard that I wish to give Mrs. Trimble the highest recommendation. Mrs. Trimble has successfully complied with the terms of our contract, delivered drafts".

William A. Schulz, MCM
General Manager
Houston Country Club
(October 10, 2006)

"Frances is not just a fine writer but the all-time best golf historian and golf researcher I have ever known---and I have been around a while."

Dan Jenkins, His Ownself
Dead Solid Perfect
(October 5, 2006)

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Frances being inducted into the
Texas Golf Hall of Fame (Oct. '10)

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