SENIORS PHOTO GALLERY
Wednesday, 23rd June
Wyboston Seniors win back the Lakes Trophy from Lakeside Lodge GC in a 5 1/2 to 1/2 victory. The weather was perfect and the course was in good condition. The Wyboston team did a great job not losing any of the games. The Lakes Trophy, missing one handle and the last engraving but nicely polished, was presented by Lakeside Captain John Riches to Acting Captain David Gough.
Wednesday, 16th June
The Rest-of-the-World team sweep to victory
On a beautiful summers day, 10 teams contested the 2021 Cyder Cup and what a thoroughly enjoyable day was had by all. The course is slowly returning to a good condition although there are still a couple of greens that leave a bit to be desired, ‘work in progress’.
It was good to see 23 players staying for the lunch after the match, this is what the Senior section is all about. Not just the golf but an interaction between people socialising and having a ‘good time’. We need more of this following the various lockdowns.
Thanks must go to Tom Greaves who once again organised the event and it went off without a hitch (much like the swan, serene on top, paddling like hell underneath), well done Tom.
The Rest of the World won the day, captained by Ron Harris who lost his match to ‘deadly Dave’ (David Gough) who never missed a fairway, while Ron rarely found a fairway!!
Thanks must also go to Wyboston Lakes staff who provided a very enjoyable lunch and were also on hand to serve drinks when required.
This is the second consecutive year that the Rest of the World have won the cup. Come on England, otherwise you could finish up like the England cricket team or even the football team!
Ron Harris. Rest of the World Captain
Swan on the 13th. Photo by Trish Purnell
Swan family day on the 13th. Photo by John Clarke
Wednesday, 26 May
Trish Purnell and Chris Rodgman win the Elliott Trophy with 43 points OCB
More Egyptian Goose goslings at Wyboston. Photo by John Clarke
Greylag geese and goslings at Wyboston. Photo by Steve Begnett
Wyboston Egyptian geese goslings, off for a swimming lesson
Wednesday 16th December
Dickie Lanigan entered into the Christmas spirit in a very muddy Christmas Fayre competition
Dave Woody and the new, slimline Richard Annette contemplating the 12th on the last match before the second lockdown on 5th November
Tom and Gary displaying a previously unknown talent