Tag: SBRWGA

Join SBRWGA

The women of the 18-Hole Association at SaddleBrooke Ranch have been in full swing since fall of 2012. We are a fun group of ladies who enjoy golf and laughter during organized play every Tuesday morning. We play the plum tees so that all levels of skills are accommodated. A variety of games are incorporated…

The Views – 2016 SDWGA Winter Scotch 02-15-16

Left to right: Carol Mihal, Janice Mihora, Nancy Galant and Deb Lawson

Twelve members of the SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association (SBRWGA) participated in the Southern District Women’s Golf Association of Arizona’s 2016 Winter Scotch at the Views in Oro Valley. Participants enjoyed great weather at this one day 18-hole tournament. The overall winner and flight winners were awarded on net scores. Winners from SBRWGA were Janice…

SBRWGA President’s Cup results

Front row: Marlyce Myka, Sue Wells, Charlene Culver, Carol Mihal, Mary Snowden, Janice Mihora, Colleen Carey and Cheri Alfrey; back row: Jeanne Hardiman, Jeanne Hansel, Jeanne Osterlund, Mindy Hawkins, Connie Klappenbach, Bonnie Stark, Donna Oliverio, Jeanne Jensen, Joyce DeYoung, Alex Anna and June Nichols

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association held its annual Presidents Cup tournament Tuesday, February 16 and 25, 2016. Nineteen members participated in the event. They not only enjoyed friendly competition but also followed up with a great lunch provided by the Hacienda Club Bistro. After lunch prizes were handed out to the winners listed below:…

SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association

Left to right: Janice Mihora, Secretary; Joyce DeYoung, President; Alex Anna, Vice-President; and Sue Wells, Treasurer

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association held its last meeting for 2015 combined with their year-end Christmas party at The Preserve on Friday, December 11. Twenty-one members attended, enjoying a wonderful social hour and great dinner following the meeting. New officers were installed for 2016. Following the dinner President Brenda Armenia presented thank you gifts…

SBRWGA hosts its 2nd annual Sadie Hawkins Tournament

SBRWGA 2015 Sadie Hawkins snack break

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association c hosted its second annual Sadie Hawkins Golf Tournament on Tuesday, November 10, 2015, with 20 golfers participating. The format was two-person best ball. The members invited a male resident (not their spouses) of the Ranch with a USGA handicap as their partner. The format was a two-person best ball.…

Holiday gift for SBR Golf Maintenance Crew

Jack Gressingh and Connie Klappenbach In the spirit of giving this holiday season we are taking a collection for our golf course maintenance crew. We have the opportunity to show our appreciation for the maintenance workers who make our course playable and keep it attractive. Whether you are an avid golfer, an occasional player, or…

Mary Snowden repeats as SBRWGA Club Champion

Left to right: Charlene Culver; Mary Snowden, club champion; Brenda Armenia, president; and June Nichols

The SBRWGA fourth club championship was a two-day event with great weather. Thanks to all of the women who participated; the number grows every year. Mary Snowden repeated as Club Champion for 2015. Congratulations, Mary! She also had three birdies in the final round and had a total gross score for both days of 163.…

Pilar Born crowned 2015 SBRWGA President’s Cup champion

The Green Team

The SBRWGA held its 2015 President’s Cup tournament March 31 with Pilar Born the overall winner with a low net 67. First flight winners were 1st Alex Anna, 2nd Brenda Armenia, 3rd Joyce DeYoung; Second flight winners: 1st Pilar Born, 2nd Sue Wells, 3rd Bonnie Stark. Closest to the pin winners: Alex Anna on nos.…

SBRWGA participates in “Take a Swing at Cancer”

Donna Oliverio The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association had 16 members travel to MountainView Golf Course to participate in the MPWGA Take A Swing At Cancer tournament held on March 3. One of our SBRWGA teams took first place. The event had 104 golfers and 112 participants at the luncheon. A total of $15,800 was…