After a break of not actively participating in the Rally for the Cure, the Quail Creek Lady Putters came back all fired up. In previous years they had two or three holes that presented a unique challenge, but this year Beverly Wake, Cathy Thiele, Sheila Wyllie, Deb Anderson, Nancy McDaniel, Kim France and Karen Petzel really exceed all expectations with their creativity when they set up each of the 18 holes to present a challenge to those who putted that morning. Shelia Wyllie hand-sewed each of the number covers for the putting pins.
On one hole the ladies had to use a feather duster to hit a whiffle ball; on another they had to hit a ping pong ball. And then there were the obstacle courses the Putters had to navigate. Disposable razors, a mini-clothesline and swimming noodles were among the many barriers the ladies faced.
The 35 ladies who participated shared a lot of laughs as they putted all 18 pink fun holes. Fortunately, their scores did not count against their averages!
The ladies also appreciated being the first to play on the newly sodded putting green. Said Putters President Dee Waggoner, “It was such a good feeling to be a part of a very important cause.”