Tag: golf

Christmas in July collection was the best ever!

The majority of the Putters wore holiday colors on Christmas in July day. Photo by Sylvia Butler.

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters outdid themselves this year with donations for the Green Valley/Amado Community Food Bank during their annual Christmas in July collection. The ladies, many of them attired in holiday red and green, complete with headpieces and jewelry to mark the occasion, contributed $710, along with 210 pounds of groceries. Donations to…

A putters first

For the first time in Putters’ history, all four members of the same team got holes-in-one on the same hole. Team 17 members were (left to right): Peggy McGee, Joan Campbell, Cathy Leary and Frieda Hyles. Photo by Sylvia Butler.

Lady Putters score again

Left to right: Sung Whitehead, Saville Gardner, Sharon Prusak and Peggy Wynkoop all got scores under 40 for the first time in their putting careers; Photo by Sylvia Butler.

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters held their summer brunch on May 29. Weather was warm but not unbearably hot. After putting, they enjoyed a lunch with hearty muffaletta sandwiches. Winning the Coveted Quail for the first time was Maridell Dixon with a low net score of 30.67. Tying for a low gross Score of 36.60…

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…