Tag: golf

Congrats Paul Athey

Paul Athey, a member of the QCMGA, scored a Double Eagle otherwise known as an “Albatross” on April 19, 2019, on hole No. 5 (a Par 5) at Quail Creek Country. A Double Eagle is the most unusual score a player can get. It happens less frequently than a hole-in-one. Congratulations to Paul!

May hole in ones

May 14: Shel Zatkin on “Hole Coyote “No. 8; his third hole-in-one in the last 18 months. May 17: Jim Hart on “Hole RR” No. 6; his tenth hole-in-one.

Three Ladies Golf Groups Enjoyed A Morning Of Putting

Peggy McGee It was a relatively cold morning (for May) and very blustery as the ladies from the QCLGA (18-hole golfers), Niners and Putters got together for a friendly putting competition. The gusts occasionally blew the ball off course but that didn’t dampen the spirit of the ladies. Because the event was so close to…

Mardi Gras In The Valley

Debbie Scott The Quail Creek Ladies Golf Association would like to thank everyone for their support and generosity. Our Mardi Gras in the Valley Member/Guest Tournament, April 17 and 18, was truly memorable and we are grateful for our hole sponsors: Quail Creek Rentals, Green Valley Airport Connection, Kathy Westerburg-Tierra Antigua, Justine Lewis-Long Realty, Sherry…

Lady Putters garner more awards

The Lady Putters celebrated recent victories at a luncheon on April 17. A relative newcomer to the Putters, Peggy Wynkoop earned the Coveted Quail with a Low Net score of 31.06. Jan Ederle earned two awards, Low Gross Score with 37.25 and the crystal golf ball for getting 12 holes-in-one during the previous six-week period.…