Tag: Lady Putters

Girls just want to have fun!

Terri Erickson Another fun event created by the Quail Creek Lady Putters, the Women’s Nine Hole Club and the 18 Hole Women’s Golf Club took place on January 24! The committee of women from each of the three clubs put together teams of three, made up of one niner, one 18-holer and a putter. The…

Putters open 2019 with an awards luncheon

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters hosted their first luncheon of 2019 on January 23 and welcomed the winter residents who had returned since their last luncheon. The ladies feasted on chicken Florentine topped off with a decadent chocolate mousse cake. Along with those members who are often recognized for their putting achievements were several newcomers,…

Lady Putters welcome new members

Peggy McGee Unless rain or snow precludes their being on the putting green, the Lady Putters meet throughout the year for camaraderie, to sharpen their putting skills and get a little exercise bending down to pick up their balls. Dues are $15 a year and there is a weekly putting fee of $1. The dues…

Lady Putters support food bank

Peggy McGee The Putters have gone all out to support the Green Valley Food Bank (AKA Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona) this year. First it was Christmas in July and then it was Christmas in December when the ladies donated 179 pounds of food and $550 in cash. That was phenomenal considering they were…

The fairer sex lost – again!

Peggy McGee Photos by Sylvia Butler For the sixth year in a row, the Lady Putters lost to the men in the annual Battle of the Sexes competition. It was a beautiful October afternoon when 94 gathered to putt. Most were paired with their spouse or significant other. However, one team was composed of two…

Lady Putters witchy winter hours

Peggy McGee With fall in the air, the Lady Putters will be switching to their winter schedule effective Wednesday, November 7. Putting will begin at 10:00 a.m. with check-in starting at 9:30 a.m. The Putters meet every Wednesday and putt 18 holes throughout the year except for over-seeding time. Before making a commitment to join,…

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…

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…