MountainView/Preserve Women’s Golf Association

Save the Date: November 15!

The MountainView/Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA) at SaddleBrooke supports the University of Arizona Cancer Center through their annual fundraiser “Take a Swing at Cancer.” Every single dollar raised goes directly to the U of A, and every year we raise more money than the year before. Get November 15 on your calendar so you can have fun raising funds for cancer research golfing with the MPWGA.

SaddleBrooke’s Own Fantasy Football League

You loved the game of football as a youngster. You still love watching NFL football many years later. You enjoy the banter with other fans. If so, you can become the general manager of your own NFL football team. SaddleBrooke has its own NFL fantasy football league, run through Yahoo, named SaddleBrooke Shines. It’s a fun league where you will find yourself competing against your SaddleBrooke neighbors. If you are interested in some friendly competition, feel free to contact Mike O’Hara at 520-818-7978 or email [email protected] You will be given more information at that time.

There are two leagues to compete in. There is a head-to-head league of 17 weeks, and an accumulative league, also 17 weeks. You will compete in both leagues. Win one league or the other. Perhaps win neither. The results are always fun and making new friends. These leagues are open to all SaddleBrooke residents, including the Ranch. We are looking for some more women who love NFL football to join the two (one of which is the defending back-to-back league champion) already in the league. There is a pre-season mock draft party and occasional get-togethers at the clubhouse to watch a key game or just one of your favorite teams.

If you’ve never played fantasy football, it’s simple. You will draft (online) a team of actual NFL football players. According to the league scoring rules, what each of your players does on game day is part of your total team score. The most points scored wins.

Tell your neighbors and your friends and get them to join with you. Or have a spouses’ team—those who play together, stay together.