Category: July 2015

TWOQC July meeting

Janice Pell What goes on behind the scenes from a judge’s perspective? Judge Lisa Royal, the guest speaker at the July 27 meeting of The Women of Quail Creek, will talk about the interworking of the court system. She will talk both from a personal and professional standpoint about what life is like on the…

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…

Mirage – Visions of Fleetwood Mac

Mirage – Visions of Fleetwood Mac will be presented in the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom by TAD Management Production on October 5, 2015. A cash bar opens 6:00 p.m. followed by a 7:00 p.m. show time. Ticket price is $25 per person. Mirage – Visions of Fleetwood Mac celebrates the classic lineup of the legendary superstar…

Lady Putters and Lady Niners join forces

Jeane Hostetler and Karen Woodrow were all smiles when it was announced that they had the low score for Flight C at the Niner/Putter golf tournament. At 15 strokes Jeane had the lowest putting score for the nine holes.

Peggy McGee In their annual outing, the Lady Niners invited the Lady Putters to take over their putting duties once the ball was on the green. The ladies enjoyed the early morning breezes as they competed for the best score. After golf they all enjoyed a refreshing lunch in the clubhouse. Golf Pro Joel Jaress…

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…

Critter Club news

Marilyn Darcangelo Although it’s hard to surpass a yappy pool party, the first of the three monthly summer events should be a splashing success. On July 17 at 3:00 p.m. our dog park will be open to Critter Club members for a splash party. Fun, socialization and cooling off will be the name of the…

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…

Happy Birthday to you!

If you’re on this list be sure to stop by the Quail Creek Grill for your free Sunshine Dessert! Didn’t receive your ebirthday card? Changed your email address? Please take a moment and let me know. Call or text 444-2575 or send an email to: quailcreeksunshine@gmail.com so you can be included on the list. A…

Clothing and household goods drive for homeless veterans

Janice Pell It’s hard to think of warm clothes when the weather is sizzling, but fall and winter will soon be here bringing cool days and cold nights. The Women of Quail Creek will sponsor their annual clothing and household goods drive for homeless veterans in the Tucson area on October 31. Mark the date…

Getting to know our Head Golf Professional

Quail Creek Head Golf Professional Joel Jaress

Skip Fumia Though born in Michigan, Joel Jaress considers Green Valley home. His parents moved the family to Green Valley in 1974 so Joel, his two brothers and sister grew up in this area. Joel graduated from Sahuarita High School and attended the U of A. Joel’s golf (both playing and working) began early. He…