Tag: Lady Putters

The Holes-in-One Keep Coming

Peggy McGee Just before COVID struck, the Lady Putters had initiated a new program, awarding special pins to any member who scored five holes-in-one in a single outing. The pin, perfect for wearing on one’s cap or shirt, is only awarded once in any 12-month period. Thus, if a member gets numerous five holes-in-one, she…

Lady Putters Seeking New Members

Peggy McGee Due to the course closure for overseeding, the Lady Putters will not be meeting on the putting green during the latter part of September and early October. If all stays on schedule, they will resume putting on Oct. 13. When putting resumes, it will be on the large putting green rather than the…

Patriotic Putters

Peggy McGee This year, Independence Day was smack-dab in the middle of the traditional putting days. Dilemma: When should the Lady Putters wear their red, white, and blue? Solution: Both days— and patriotic they were.

Putters Celebrate Christmas in July

Peggy McGee For July, the morning air was refreshingly cool as the Lady Putters gathered to help the Green Valley Food Bank—and putt, of course. It was time for their annual Christmas in July event, so the ladies were clad in holiday attire and came bearing gifts—of groceries, 169 pounds worth. They also donated $960…

Lady Putters “Family” Reunion

Peggy McGee After an almost 15 months wait, the Lady Putters were finally able to meet again to putt as a group. It was a very joyful morning when ladies who had not seen one another for over a year were able to exchange hugs and smiles as they gathered on the green. Thirty women braved…

Lady Putters Get Putting Lessons from a Pro

Joel Jaress coaches Linda Weissman on the importance of swing length when putting. (Photo by Janet Wegner)

Peggy McGee It has been almost a year since the Lady Putters have been able to get together as a group to putt, and many sensed that their skills were more than just a tad rusty. It was Quail Creek’s golf pro Joel Jaress to the rescue. Joel donated three complimentary lessons to the Lady…

Lady Putters Showed Christmas Spirit

Peggy McGee Even though they have not been able to putt together as a group for over nine months, the Lady Putters decided to continue their holiday tradition of helping the Green Valley/Amado Food Bank. Putters president Janet Wegner set up the food bank drop point in her driveway, where she greeted the ladies clad in…

Putters Hoping for a Better 2021

Janet Wegner demonstrated the 1-3-5 challenge, which is guaranteed to help improve one’s putting skills.

Peggy McGee The Quail Creek Lady Putters (QCLP) have been gearing up for the new year with the hope they will soon be able to putt as a group. In preparation for that day, a small group of masked putters met on the putting green to devise some ways that the ladies could putt, maintain social distancing,…

Putters News

Peggy McGee Even though the Putters have had very limited income this year because of COVID-19, they have not forgotten the needs of the local community. In addition to what individual members donated, the club hit its checking account and donated $200 to the Green Valley Food Bank in April, and another $150 in July. In…