Tag: golf

Lady Niners host silly, colorful event

Deb Maloney “Color Me a Silly Golfer” was the theme for the Lady Niners’ annual Invitational held March 13 at all three Quail Creek Golf Courses. Joining the QC Niners in this fun event were 126 ladies from 12 visiting clubs. A fantastic turnout! Silly, colorful and very creative garb started everyone’s day with a…

Quail Creek Country Club is a GEM!

Terri Erickson The Arizona Women’s Golf Association GEM Award (Golf Endorsed by Members) is a culmination of surveys completed by members to create an objective list of courses in Arizona which are most highly recommended by women for women to play and also to provide feedback to the courses critiqued. Quail Creek Country Club is…

What does your Green Committee do?

Skip Fumia You may think the answer depends on whether or not you are a golfer and, in a way, you are right. In this article let’s address the golfing contingent of our community which is, roughly, 30% of you. Memberships in our four major golf associations (QCMGA, QCLGA, Desert Duffers and Lady Niners) total…

Sweetheart dinner

Wally Ueberschar On February 11, the Men’s Nine Hole Golf League (aka: Desert Duffers) hosted a Sweetheart Dinner for members, wives and guests. It was a great turn out with 113 guests. Our current President Frank Hewitt thanked our 2013 Board of Directors and all committees for their help in producing a wonderful year of…

News from the Green Committee

The February 3, 2014, Green Committee meeting was both spirited and informative. The meeting was well attended by members who came to offer their opinions regarding over seeding. The Green Committee’s objective is to promote and enhance the golfers’ enjoyment and satisfaction from the use of the Quail Creek golf facilities. As the Quail Creek…

Lady Niner Sweetheart Tourney a Shamble?

Deb Maloney Yes, a shamble, but that was a good thing! It was the name of the golf game for the day and played with your sweetheart or partner of choice. A fun game for all participants! Each team chose the best ball off the tee and hit his/her own ball from there. Sixty eight…