Tag: MPWGA

MPWGA 2022 Sadie Hawkins Day

Ann Lange The backwards, backwoods, out-in-the-boonies village of Dogpatch was so small and closely knit that it was near impossible for the family lineage to stay in the lines, and if the kith and kin untangled the twisted branches of the family tree, they just might discover they were one big happy family of country cousins.…

Save the Date: November 15

The MountainView/Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA) annual golf tournament fundraiser “Take a Swing at Cancer” will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 15. Registration will be open through Oct. 30 with sign-up forms available at the MountainView and Preserve golf shops in SaddleBrooke. This is a “just for fun” golf event. Handicaps are not required, and…

2022 MPWGA Summer Heat Tournament

Ann Lange Anyone looking for a hot time knows to call the MountainView/Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA), especially after someone else had turned the thermostat up to “hell” and then left for the summer. In order to have fun surviving new heat-setting records, the MPWGA created a new tournament, and on Aug. 23, “Summer Heat” sparked.…

MPWGA 2022 Beach Bums Tournament

Ann Lange Golf can be the biggest pain in the grass you’ve ever had unless, of course, you’re always landing in sand bunkers, and then it’s really a beach! To add a little beach bunker buffoonery to the game, the beach lovers either holed out on the green or beached out in the sand. On July…

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…

MPWGA 2022 Coyote Classic

Ann Lange The classic coyote is foxy; mostly nocturnal, but often active in the early morning; travels in packs; symbolizes playfulness, good luck, and supernatural qualities; and makes 11 different noises, including greeting songs, high-pitched yelps, yips, growls, howls, huffs, and whines. Well, doesn’t that just sound exactly like a pack of 52 MPWGA female canines loading…

Phyllis Worden Wins MPWGA 2022 Presidents Cup

Ann Lange The 22nd MountainView/Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA) Presidents Cup honored current president Judy Grow and our 13 past presidents. Connie Sherman, Linda DeWitt, Jenni Farquhar, Janey Clausen, and Debbie McMullin played in the tournament; Helen McKinny, Deb McGeorge, Gail Fosmire, Donna Barnard, Paula Michels, Linda Thomas Lyon, and Ann Martin joined the celebratory…

Kim Cox: 2021 MPWGA Most Improved Player

Ann Lange Kim Cox earned the MountainView-Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA) 2021 Most Improved Player (MIP) award. The annual award, started 19 years ago by member Mary Canfield, carries on the tradition of inspiring pride in accomplishment and challenge for continued improvement. Kim said she was floored when her name was announced but was able…

MPWGA 2021 Ace of the Year Winners

Ann Lange Since 2008, the MountainView-Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA) has noted the ace winners for both low gross and low net each month. The monthly winners are then rounded up for a playoff round in January to determine and celebrate the Ace of the Year winner for each category. The 2021 Aces with pretty…

 MPWGA Celebrates America

Ann Lange The MountainView/Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA) hosted their annual Member/Guest Tournament, proudly boasting the theme Celebrate America. Our word “celebrate” comes from the Latin celebrare, “to assemble to honor.” Ninety-two members and guests, golf and country lovers, assembled on Nov. 2 and 3 to honor America, all wearing their colors of pride: red,…