Tag: QCLGA

Coming soon: The Copper Quail Classic celebrates America

This annual QCLGA 18 hole club member/guest tournament is coming April 20 and 21. The tournament co-chairs Cathy Nelms, Barbara Erickson and Susan Kuehn took a unique approach this year dividing America into ten regions and having raffle boxes representing each region. Club members have volunteered to fill the boxes with fun and interesting souvenirs…

Girls just want to have fun!

Terri Erickson Girls Just Want To Have Fun is the name of this annual event put on by the three Quail Creek Ladies Golf Associations, the putters, niners and 18 hole club. Ninety-nine ladies participated in this 18 hole golf event. Each team was made up of an 18 hole lady golfer, a niner and…

QCLGA announced new board for 2016

Quail Creek Ladies Board, left to right, front row: Jan Delcour, Kathy Stotz, Judy Murray, Paula Scafuri; back row: Justine Lewis, Bonny Wilcox, Cathy Nelms, Rose Welliver, Karen Conner, Gail Phillips, Irene Payne and Nancy Hoppe; not pictured: Sharon Hayes, Dianne Turner, Cheryl Opsal, Dreama Fumia, Karen Stensrud, Susan Kuehn and Terri Erickson

QCLGA hosts annual holiday awards luncheon

Most holes-in-one: Bonny Wilcox, Alice Dyke, Darthea Tilley, Karen Stensrud and Betty Martens

Terri Erickson The QCLGA, the 18 hole club, celebrated the end of another great year with their annual Holiday Awards Luncheon on December 17. President Gail Phillips began by welcoming all and thanking her executive board and all volunteers for a great year. She then presented two trophies to the club’s super star Karen Stensrud…

QCLGA Club Championship results

Left to right: Joel Jaress, club pro; Karen Stensrud, club champion; and Nancy Hoppe, tournament manager

Karen Stensrud has got to be the QCLGA super star winning the three-day battle for Club Champion for the second year in a row! The club is very happy to announce this final result. Other winners of this tournament are Bonny Wilcox and Sandra Lawrence coming in second and third in Flight One. In Flight…

Rally for the cure

The survivors; photos by Eileen Sykora

Spectacular isn’t the only word to describe this occasion! The sixteenth annual Rally for the Cure, an all day event that took months of careful planning, was fun, fulfilling and fantastic! The QCLGA (18 hole club), the Quail Creek Lady 9ers and the Quail Creek Lady Putters named this year’s event Hear Me Roar In…

Prickly Pear trophy won by the men

President Skip with Prickly Pair Trophy and Gail Phillips holds the Humble Pie

Tim Phillips Although the early morning commenced with a cascade of lightning streaks, rain and thundering skies, it was under calmer skies when the game began and each side ventured to their starting holes. The golf course was very wet and playing long. At stake was a total of 378 points with the winning team…

Superintendent’s Revenge – the tradition continues

Jim Hart, Tommy Murray and David Ray study a devilish hole location.

Tim Phillips Now two years old, the third version of the Superintendent’s Revenge for QCMGA golfers took place on June 2, 2015. It differed little from its two older brothers as the pin placements on the greens on the Coyote and Quail courses were situated in locations – hardly on the green in most cases…