One of the hidden gems at Wexford is our tournament croquet lawn, located across from the children’s playground.
There is an active group of croquet players within Wexford. Currently, on Monday mornings Wexford players play Beginner and Intermediate Six-Wicket, and on Tuesday mornings players play Golf Croquet (a fast-pace, easy game to learn). In addition, on the fourth Sunday of each month, we host a Wine & Wickets croquet social, followed by dinner in the Clubhouse. This is a great way to get introduced to the game and meet your neighbors; no experience required to join in on the fun!
Backyard croquet equipment is also available for use on the adjoining grassy area – a fun activity for families. Wexford residents have full access to the croquet facility and equipment at no charge.
The next time you find yourself looking for a fun activity, look no further than the croquet lawn!
Java Burrito and Louette very generously donated a portion of their sales from Wednesday, May 31, 2017, to the Wexford Charitable Foundation. Adam Singer from Java Burrito and Danielle Galella from Louette recently presented the check to Wexford Charitable Foundation chairman, Jim Hicks. The Foundation truly appreciates the wonderful support from these much valued neighbors.
To learn more about the Wexford Foundation, visit www.wexfordfoundation.com.
Last Tuesday, June 6, 2017, Wexford hosted the USGA Senior Open Qualifier.
Bradley Rollinson and Allan Small qualified here at Wexford to play in the 37th US Senior Open Championship. Steve Larick is the first alternate and Mark Anderson is the second alternate.
62 players started the event playing for two spots and two alternates to participate in the 2017 US Senior Open Championship at Salem Country Club in Peabody, Massachusetts on June 29-July 2, 2017.
Wexford’s own David Jones and Scott Jardine were in the field. David made a great attempt at qualifying, shooting a great 72. Click here for the full results.
Check out the latest June Club Times Newsletter!
This month’s issue is dedicated to two very popular sports here in Wexford, croquet and tennis. While they are incredibly different games, using different tools and requiring different strategies, there are a couple commonalities; both take place on a court, and both are considered life-long sports to enjoy. It’s never too early or late to get involved – so check out this issue to learn more!