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Deluxe Bedrooms at Wyboston Lakes ➤

The final phase of the £1million bedroom refurbishment project at Wyboston Lakes hotel is now complete and guests will now be occupying the brand new Deluxe Oceania bedrooms.
Continuing the already successful partnership with Butterscotch Designs, the new Oceania rooms offer a luxurious and stylish space for guests to relax. These include super king size beds with Hungarian down-topped mattresses, a new pillow menu, 50inch smart flat screen televisions, Espresso coffee machine and Canton tea stations and in-room mini bars with fresh milk and various alcoholic and soft drinks. The en-suite shower rooms feature LED rainfall showers, luxury toiletries and illuminated make-up stations.
Guests staying in the new Deluxe Oceania rooms will also benefit from evening turn down service and complimentary hire of GHD hair straighteners, Xbox game stations and DVD players on request. The new bedroom designs stem from 138 guest reviews on a number of sample bedrooms created in 2015. From this essential feedback, Wyboston Lakes has once again worked to ensure guests will continue to receive the best experience when staying at the hotel.
Wyboston Lakes takes pride in being an independent eco-friendly company, donating much of the existing soft furnishings and loose furniture to the Emmaus Cambridge Charity as part of the refurbishment programme. The exceptionally popular in-room technology and guest services platform, Crave, will continue to be available in all hotel rooms via tablets with software created exclusively for Wyboston Lakes. Guests can view menus, order room service, book spa treatments and access local information from the comfort of their own rooms.
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Stuart and Jason tie in the wind ➤

Stuart Brown (Thorpe Wood) and Jason Levermore (Channels) handled blustery conditions best to tie at the top in the Bourn 25th Anniversary Pro-Am.
The pair were the only ones to break par as the wind increased after a 10am shotgun start at the venue near Cambridge. Brown and Levers signed for respective one-under-par 71s – although the latter will feel this was one that got away.
The Essex golfer, who teed off at the 18th, dropped a shot at each of his closing three holes to slip back into a share of the spoils. Levermore had earlier reached four-under with four to play. Brown began at the 14th and was soon in credit with a couple of birdies through three holes. But he slipped up with bogies before gaining a shot at the par-4 9th hole. The shared success continued Brown’s recent run of form. On his previous outing he tied for third in the Titleist and Footjoy PGA Championship at The Oxfordshire. Levermore, too, is playing consistently well, having finished tied-14th at The Oxfordshire and winning the Haverhill Pro-Am in recent weeks.
Danny Poulter (Bedford) took third spot on his own after a round of 72. Steve Cipa (South Essex Golf Centre), David Salisbury (Three Rivers G&CC) and Caroline Grady (Dunston Hall) were all a shot further back. Brown was the leader of the winning team who notched a tally of 128 – two better than Salisbury’s quartet.

James wins by one shot ➤

James Ruebotham (Welwyn Garden City) recorded a deserved one-shot success at the Bishop’s Stortford Pro-Am. Ruebotham, 33, has been one of the ‘form’ players so far this season in the East region, finishing in the top-four in each of his previous three starts.
And he delivered his first triumph of 2016 with a fearless five-under-par 66. His stellar round included five birdies and an eagle at the driveable par-4 14th– his fifth hole. On his inward nine he made gains at four out of five holes from the 3rd.
Ray Russell (Centurion) was looking to follow up his victory in the previous week’s Muswell Hill Pro-Am. The former European Tour ace got to four-under with three to play but wasn’t able to squeeze out a further birdie and had to settle for second spot.
Chase Davis (Marriott Sprowston Manor) found two excellent late birdies at  tough par-4s, 16 and 18, to secure a share of third spot alongside Ian Campbell (Cheshunt Park) – both men firing three-under 68s.
There were more than 50 teams in the pro-am and, victorious on countback, was the quartet led by Steve Cipa (South Essex Golf Centre). They notched a 125 total and pipped Jason Levermore’s team.

Chris on top form ➤

Chris Cutchie fired a five-under-par 67 to claim a two-shot victory in the Hadley Wood Pro-Am.
In a reversal of the first two places in the opening Order of Merit event, the Colchester PGA Professional beat his Aldwickbury Park conqueror Ian Campbell (Cheshunt Park).
Cutchie, who started at the fifth hole, compiled a blemish-free card. He was soon on song with a birdie two at the seventh and picked up another stroke at the 11th – his seventh. 
But Cutchie’s round really caught light at the short par-four 15th where he recorded an eagle. There was to be one more birdie for him at his third last hole and he closed out with two pars.
Campbell, the East region’s most in-form player, enjoyed another good pay-day. He opened up with a par – the first of five on his card – and went on to sign for a 69, good enough for sole possession of second place. 
James Wood (Muswell Hill), Jason Levermore (Channels) and Phil Abbot all finished with two-under-par 70s, while Michael Moore (Pinner Hill), Laurence Allen (Verulam), James Jankowski (JJ Golf) and Chris Weston (Sittingbourne & Milton Regis) were tied for sixth place after one-under-par rounds. 
In all there was an impressive 53 teams in the lineup. And it was the quartet bossed by Levermore who emerged top of the pile with a tally of 129.