Tag: Golf

Lucky Friday the 13th

Herb Kranze Friday the 13th turned out to be a lucky and great day for the Jeff Shields—Charles Schwab fifth annual Senior Men’s Putting Tournament. The namesake of the tournament, Jeff Shields, presented a check to Steve Tepper from the American Diabetes Association for $1,600. Joe Fiorito presented a $900 check to Cynthia Holmes from…

MP 2019 Mars-Venus Tournament

Venusian stars who shine brightly in the morning and the evening, but even brighter in the day when golfing with their favorite Martians.

Ann Lange The relationship between men from Mars and women from Venus is a gray area, but here in our own little happy and harmonious universe, it is quite clear. We adore each other, share the same solar system, rotate around the same golf courses, and enjoy a good swing fling playing around together. This…

MPMGA takes third place in annual putting tournament

Jim Donat For the last five years, SaddleBrooke One’s Men’s Putters has hosted a putting tournament at their facility. The tournament consists of 18 four-man teams representing various clubs from around Tucson. The tournament was held on September 13 this year on SaddleBrooke One’s putting green. SaddleBrooke TWO’s men’s league, MPMGA, entered two teams in…

SBWGA- 18 aces and tournaments – or not

Our September net ace, Eila Sallaberry.

Marsha Camp Congratulation to our September Aces, Eila Salaberry and Sandra Murray. Sandra finished with a gross score of 80 and Eila carded a net 59. That’s some incredibly great play. The Sampson and Delilah tournament with the Men’s club was a huge success. Monday, Sept. 9, was a full field event and the shamble/scramble format…

Niners back to the Brooke

Diamonds are a Girls' Best Friend table décor.

Duane Kupper With the beginning of fall, the snowbirds begin their migration to the south. This phenomenon was noticeable as witnessed by the great attendance for the LAGOS Tournament. The annual Ladies’ Amalgamated Golf of SaddleBrooke (LAGOS) tournament, a joint tournament for the Niners and 18ers, was held on Sept. 24. Both leagues alternate hosting this…

Mark your calendars to battle cancer!

Linda DeWitt The continuing battle against cancer will again be supported on Nov. 18 and 19, as the MountainView/Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA) will host the annual “Take a Swing at Cancer” Golf Tournament. MountainView Golf Club will be the venue with an 8 a.m. shotgun start on Nov. 19. New this year will be a cocktail party and auction on…

MountainView-Preserve Couples Golf for November

Dan Hoshino The November tournament for the MountainView-Preserve Couples Golf will be held Saturday, Nov. 9, at the MountainView Golf Course. It will be a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, and the format will be a two-person, one net best ball; couples may pick their foursome. This event will be followed by dinner. Details to be provided at…

Hot summer on the golf courses

Left to right: Diane Mazzarella, vice president; Barbara Bloch, president; Deb Bunker, current president. Not pictured: Caryl Dowell, secretary; and Jackie Webster, treasurer.

Eileen J Snearly Not only are the MountainView Preserve Lady Niners looking forward to cooler temperatures, but for the return of the snowbird members as well. During the summer months the Low Gross and Low Net matches continued, and will continue into the fall and winter. After a morning of golf on Sept. 10, the members…

MountainView-Preserve Couples Golf for October

Dan Hoshino The October tournament for the MountainView-Preserve (MP) Couples Golf will be on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Preserve Golf Course. There will be a 1:00 p.m. shotgun start, and the format will be a two-person net Stableford. Couples may pick their foursome. Keep in mind that the course will be cart path only, due to…

SBWGA-18 hosts Nighthawks Golf Team

Left to right: Zoey Newell, Kaylee Jewkes, Celia Schrecker, Makenna Brown, Ashley Engler, Hannah Ports, Raina Ports, and SBWGA President Sherry Fitzpatrick.

Marsha Camp Aug. 20 was the most delightful playday of the summer. Our club hosted seven members of the ladies golf team from Ironwood Ridge High School. The format was one net and one gross of the foursome, and seven foursomes were lucky enough to have a Nighthawk in their group. It was inspiring to watch…