Tag: QCLGA

Ladies Golf Association Starts Up

Sign in table: (left) Deb Riddell, tournament chair (right) Sandi Hrovatin, treasurer

Janet Johnson Forty-six lady golfers played in our first weekly Thursday Quail Creek Ladies Golf Association (QCLGA) League event on August 13, while adhering to our strict COVID-19 rules and restrictions. That didn’t stop us from having fun and actually getting to see and play with ladies we hadn’t seen in awhile. We are looking forward to…

Eagle on Par Five

Janet Johnson, Publicity Committee On June 8, our QCLGA president, Jacquie Owens, had an Eagle on hole number 18, par 5 at the Country Club of Green Valley. Nice going Jacquie! Setting another great example!

QCLGA and Unit 29A Reach Out to the Homeless

Janet Johnson, Charlie Johnson, Jacquie Owens, and Peg Avent

Janet Johnson, Publicity Committee On April 16, I received an email titled “Tucson’s Homeless Need Our Help!” from the National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona, (NAMIsa). How they got my email, I’m still not sure, but it definitely felt like it was a meant-to-be moment. I had been racking my brain sitting in our home,…

QCLGA celebrates Valentine’s Day

Quail Creek Ladies Golf Association celebrated Valentine’s Day. We played a Blind Nine. Our Tournament Director, Deb Riddell, had prizes for contests throughout the game. Our ladies, all wearing red, had a fun day…even the weatherman was on board!

Women prevail at annual Prickly Pair Tournament

Jacquie Owens On a hot sunny day, 60 players from the Quail Creek 18-hole ladies and men’s golf associations met to play the annual Prickly Pair Tournament. Thirty men and 30 women paired off and headed out to their respective holes for a lively match-play competition! In the end, team scores were totaled and were…

Ladies golfing groups plan another benefit for charity

Peggy McGee The three ladies golf groups (Quail Creek Ladies Golf Association, the Niners, and the Putters) will be hosting their third annual golf charity event, Bewitched Fore Charity, on Thursday, Oct. 31. The planning committee selected three new charities, all in the local area. Hands of a Friend, which supports victims of domestic abuse, will…

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…