Sip & Savor Sunday at Quail Creek a huge success

TWOQC donates $6,000 to Genesis House Shelter

Couples that photograph together win together

Save the Date! Rally for the Cure is October 22

Save the Date! Rally for the Cure is October 22

It’s all about pink! Some of the committee working on the Rally for the Cure this year are, left to right: Dee Wagoner, Sherry Gall, Paula Scafuri, Sharon Hayes, Cathy Thiele and Gail Phillips

Terri Erickson The sixteenth annual Rally for the Cure is coming Thursday, October 22, 2015! The Quail Creek Ladies’ Golf Associations, the 18 Hole Club, 9 Hole Club and the Putters are busy planning the event once again in conjunction with the Susan G. Komen Organization. That organization began in 1982, we are told, when…

Photography Club goes ranching

Steve Piepmeier: Roping action is fast

Robert Thoresen White Stallion Ranch is a 3,000 acre working cattle ranch and number one guest/dude ranch north of Tucson which is owned and operated by the True family. At the time of the purchase in 1965 it was a modest guest ranch operation (17 rooms, 17 horses and 200 acres). Now greatly expanded since…

Desert Duffers’ annual Casa Grande golf outing

Wally Ueberschar On Wednesday, May 13 twenty-one Desert Duffers took the opportunity to play the Mission Royal Golf Course in Casa Grande. The course was great; a soft breeze and with most of their winter residents gone, the course was mostly the Desert Duffers. After golf at the Mission Royal Course we headed over to…

Superintendent’s Revenge – the tradition continues

Jim Hart, Tommy Murray and David Ray study a devilish hole location.

Tim Phillips Now two years old, the third version of the Superintendent’s Revenge for QCMGA golfers took place on June 2, 2015. It differed little from its two older brothers as the pin placements on the greens on the Coyote and Quail courses were situated in locations – hardly on the green in most cases…

QC Lady Putters find a way to beat the heat

Left to right: Sylvia Butler, Wendy Van Dyck, Peggy McGee, Julie Hazelton and Susan Jones were the most successful Moonlight Madness team; photo by Sylvia Butler.

Peggy McGee The moon was full and the cry of a lone coyote could be heard in the distance as 73 Quail Creek Lady Putters headed for the putting green. Each lady wore a glow necklace and bracelet. A small glow stick was affixed to each putter so the ladies would know which way to…

QCLGA Match Play results

The QCLGA 18 hole players completed a three day Round Robin Individual Match Play tournament on May 28. The pace was swift, the competition was stiff and the weather was perfect! Pictured here are the first place winners in the six flights, left to right: Barbara Erickson, Dianne Turner, Alice Dyke, Nancy Hoppe, Carolyn McBride…