ANNOUNCEMENTS

SENIOR’S DAY GAME – WEDNESDAY 11TH AUGUST

 

The entry sheet is on the board and there are still places available. If you are able to get to the club to add your name, then please do so. If not, contact Nigel or myself and we will find you a slot.

Please remember your starting time as the final sheet will not appear on the website.

 

The entry sheet for the 18th August is also on the board.

 

Keith Moore.

Secretary – Senior Section.

(keith_moore@live.co.uk)

Dates For Your Diary

Important games coming up soon

Seniors Section Minutes of Committee Meeting
17th May 2021
Important Notice For Players in Qualifier Competitions
New Divisions in Seniors Medals

The new Handicap System has lead to a rethink on Divisions for the Seniors Medals.  Please read the document

Wyboston Lakes G.C. Senior Section
Charity Quiz 2021
In aid of St. John’s Hospice, Moggerhanger
‘At the Supermarket’

Once again, a ‘brain teaser’ quiz has been compiled, this year’s subject is ‘At the Supermarket’. Each answer is related to something that can be found in or associated with a Supermarket.

Even if you “don’t do quizzes” please donate £2.00 and buy a copy. You never know you may become a quizzer or, maybe you know someone who would enjoy the challenge and would also buy a copy.

Quiz sheets can be purchased from any of the Senior Committee members: Ray Clark, Anne Harrison, Keith Moore, Steve Begnett, Nigel Turner & Ron Harris or a copy can be emailed to you.


 

Contact email – margaretharris289@btinternet.com

Senior Committee.

Handicaps

 

The Wyboston guide to calculating handicaps for club competitions is now available

Wyboston Lakes Golf Club – Senior Section.
Annual Meeting.

 

Hello, everybody.

Further to my email dated 16th December, the deadline for nominations and questions related to the 2020 minutes has now passed. There were no matters arising from the minutes and I have received one (accepted) nomination for the committee – Nigel Turner.

As such, the committee for 2021/22 will comprise…

Captain – Vacant

Vice Captain – Vacant

Secretary – Keith Moore

Treasurer – Ray Clark

Competition and Fixture Secretary – Ron Harris

Committee Members – Anne Harrison, Steve Begnett, Nigel Turner.

 

Other points to note:-

1. It has been agreed that St. Johns’ Hospice, Moggerhanger will be our nominated charity for next year.

2. Historically, the Senior Captain has represented the section on the main club committee. With no Senior Captain in place for next year, Keith Moore will continue in that role. If a Senior Captain is appointed, that situation will be discussed.

3. It has been agreed that more “headline” competitions should be played off plates, rather than the tee of the day. All such competitions will be looked at as they come round in the golfing year, with any amendments made clear before the competition. Changes to the handbook will not be made until the 2022/23 edition.

4. We have a full fixture list of inter club matches for next year and we very much hope to play some, if not all, of those matches. That will, of course, depend on Government guidelines both on, and off, the course.

 

As my time as Captain comes to an end, I would like to thank you all for your help and support during what has been a very difficult time. I’m sure we are all frustrated at not being able to play golf but that is an irrelevance compared with everything else that is happening around us. We have lost some good friends and I’m sure we are all looking forward to getting back on the course and then raising a glass to their memory.

 

Keith Moore.

Captain / Secretary – Senior Section.

04.02.21

Completion of Cards During Covid Social Distancing

 

With the new Covid rules. the completion of competition cards has changed as you are all aware.  Examples have been available, but too many people are completing their cards incorrectly. and we will need to disqualify those who choose to ignore the instructions that have been in place since the course reopened.

 

Anne Harrison has prepared a guide to scoring

Your cooperation is appreciated

 

Keith Moore