Tag: golf

Lady Putters plan special events

  Peggy McGee To add variety to their weekly putting sessions, the Lady Putters occasionally invite other golf groups to join them, even members of the opposite sex. On August 15, the Duffers will join the Putters for 18 holes of putting followed by a continental breakfast. On October 17, the annual Battle of the…

Lady Putters’ 6 week winners announced

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters celebrated mid-summer with a bruncheon, a cross between brunch and lunch on July 11. After enjoying a chicken and grilled peach salad entrée followed by rainbow sherbet, members listened attentively as Putters president Janet Wegner announced the winners for the previous six-week period. Two long time Putters, Mary Anderson and…

From the Green Committee

  Robert Lewis, Green Committee A long-term strategy for golf course improvement, identified in our recent USGA onsite review, was started in June with the punching and sanding of all fairways. The Roadrunner course saw an additional amount of sand (on two separate applications) to begin establishing a better base for the grass to grow.…

Putters behind the scenes volunteers

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters will be celebrating their 15th anniversary later this year. From its humble beginnings in 2003 when there were approximately 25 members, the group now numbers 170 with new members joining every month. To keep the club running smoothly, it takes a core of non-elected volunteers. These six ladies work year-round…

Individual Match Play 2018

Tim Phillips The three-day Individual Match Play event of the QCMGA was played on June 12, 14 and 19, 2018 utilizing all three nines at Quail Creek CC. This is a handicapped event in which there were six flights with eight players in each flight that were determined by handicap of each player. There was…

Superintendent’s Revenge revisited

Tim Phillips The latest edition of the Superintendent’s Revenge for the QCMGA was held on May 29, 2018. This event has pin placements on every hole located in precarious and usually unfair places by Superintendent JR Kies. If a hole could be made on the edge of the green, it was deemed to be fair…

Putters patriotic x 2

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters had two opportunities recently to show their love and respect for our Nation’s flag. On May 30, the traditional Memorial Day, the ladies donned their patriotic t-shirts as they putted. Again, in June, in observance of Flag Day they once more wore red, white and blue to show their love…

Daisies in the Desert

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters and the Lady Niners golf clubs combined their talents in their annual round of golf. The Niners teed off and hit all the fairway and approach shots. Once the ball was on the green, the Putters took over control of the ball. There were four flights vying for the top…

Putters sponsor 1st 2018 brunch

  Peggy McGee With the switch to summer hours, the Lady Putters transitioned from holding periodic lunches to brunches during which the winners from the previous six weeks are recognized. Earning the Coveted Quail for having the low net score of 32.40 was Judy McKinley while Frieda Hyles had a low gross score of 37.…