Denis Culpeck Trophy
Two Clubs and a Putter
Wednesday 14th October
Did you manage to choose the correct clubs? I know I didn’t.
Not too many high scores but the winner certainly knew what he was doing. I keep telling him to leave his driver in the garage.
1st – Terry Stenchen – 40 points
2nd – Nigel Turner – 34 points
3rd – Tony Travers – 32 points – ocb
4th – Graham Thompson – 32 points – ocb
Highest aggregate on par 3’s – Terry Stenchen – 14 points.
Thank you to the 36 who took part – on to the Eclectic.
Secretary – Senior Section.
Wednesday, 30th September
Congratulations to Kieron Rablah on winning the Seniors Championship. Despite the early start and challenging conditions, Kieron shot a gross 76 to win by 4 shots over Richard Annette.
The Ladies Champion for this year is Irene Abri who shot 86.
Congratulations to you both.
There are also prizes for best nett scores in all divisions.
In division 1, Robert Hedges posted a nett 70 to edge out the Champion by 1.
Division 2 produced the best nett score of the day with a magnificent 66 from Trevor Fossey.
Division 3 was won by Terry Stenchen with 39 stableford points.
Champion Senior Golfer – Kieron Rablah
Robert Hedges – 70
Kieron Rablah – 71 ocb
Malcolm Lightfoot – 71 ocb
Trevor Fossey – 66
David Woody – 71
Roy Wilson – 72
Terry Stenchen – 39 points
Gary Towns – 33 points ocb
Tony Travers – 33 points ocb
Irene Abri – 86
Trish Purnell – 98
Anne Harrison - 111
Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to all who took part.
Secretary – Senior Section.
Wednesday 16th September
Ladies and gentlemen of Wyboston, please give yourself a round of applause. Thanks to you, our Charity Day raised the magnificent sum of £915.02. Yes, “and 2 pence” – more on that, later.
I have spoken to Ellie Burke at Moggerhanger, and Ellie has asked me to pass on her thanks to you all for such a wonderful effort.
Thank you to all those who contributed in any way – players, guests, hole / prize sponsors – to those who made donations of cash and raffle prizes – all those who purchased raffle tickets, which alone raised £332.
There are many people who deserve our thanks, but two in particular.
The 4 ball voucher for St. Neots attracted only 2 bids. One was from a simple country boy who thought that £100 was a fair offer for something valued at £140 – no other thought entered his head. Not so, Tom Greaves – he had given this a lot of thought and tried to get into the mind of others that might bid. He decided that bids would be in the region of £100 and pitched his bid at £100.02 and won the day. Brilliant - “creative accountancy” at its best, nurtured during his time working in the accounts department at Sheffield Wednesday. His handicap will be reduced by 12 points and that shooting stick might just find a new home. Thanks, Tom – very generous and much appreciated.
I would also like to mention Steve Begnett who put in a tremendous amount of thought and effort into making the day run smoothly. He probably wouldn’t have played anyway – after all, it was raining.
1st – Mags Harris – 36 points.
2nd – Pat Davidson – 33 points
1st – Dickie Lanigan - 41 points OCB
2nd – Sean Robinson – 41 points OCB
3rd – Roy Wilson – 41 points OCB
4th Richard Annette – 40 points
Andy Shilton – 41 points
Best front 9 – Graham Thompson – 23 points
Best back 9 – Dave O’Brien – 22 points
Best aggregate score on par 3’s – Roy Wilson – 15 points
Best aggregate score on 4 corners – John Clark – 10 points
Putting competition – Andrew Bryans – 18 points
Thank you – I hope you enjoyed it. A good days work and one that perhaps should be repeated, next year.
Avenir Light is a clean and stylish font favored by designers. It's easy on the eyes and a great go to font for titles, paragraphs & more.