Tag: RRLGA

2018 Developer’s Cup winner

  Barbara Gayer RRLGA’s annual Developer’s Cup tournament was won by Patty Bruchez on January 16, 2018. The Developer’s Cup is the player who scores the lowest net score over the field on a chosen day. Patty’s net score was 65. Way to play, Patty! Congratulations! Additional low net winners included: Flight One: 1st place,…

Mary Syer has a hole-in-one

  Barbara Gayer Mary Syer had a hole-in-one on December 12 during league play. Mary was using her 7 iron on hole No. 6! Congratulations, what a great Christmas present! Results from December RRLGA Play Days December 12, 2017 (Best Ball Plus All Par 3’s) Four person teams First: Patti Baumann, Patty Bruchez, Jan Kinley,…

The 2017 Robson Challenge Team

  Barbara Gayer The Robson Communities of SaddleBrook Ranch, Tuscany Falls, Mountainview/Preserve, Oakwood, Quail Creek, Robson Ranch, Eagle Nest and Ironwood participated in an annual tradition of competing in the Robson Challenge. This year’s event was held at Ironwood on November 29, 2017. Each team consists of 12 players and their pro. Tuscany Falls won…

Opening Day for RRLGA

Barbara Gayer The 2017-2018 RRLGA season was off to a great start with 23 members participating on opening day. The next few weeks were cart path only due to the previous overseeding of the course. The golf course looks great. The first game of the season was “All Par 3’s” with KPs set up for…

Congratulations, Susan Worner, RRLGA 2017 Club Champion

Flight Winners, left to right: 4th Flight: Low Gross Mary Sayer, Low Net Patti Baumann; 3rd Flight: Low Net Robin Barber, Low Gross Cindy Jensen; 2nd Flight: Low Gross Patti Bruchez, Low Net Fran Fowler; 1st Flight: Low Gross Candy Burtis, Low Net Kathy Holwick; Developer’s Cup Winner Barbara Gayer

Bobbie Johnson RRLGA held its Club Championship April 4 and 6. Susan Worner shot an opening round of 85 followed by an 83 the second day taking the title of Club Champion. There was a tie for first low net in the third flight between Robin Barber and Betty Kumbera. A group of gals followed…

RRLGA Appreciation Award

Recipient MaryLou Walton and RRLGA President Bobbie Johnson

RRLGA awarded its first Appreciation Award to MaryLou Walton for her many years of participation and contributions to the organization. She received a beautiful piece of pottery made and donated by Past President Dee Lee. Thank  you, MaryLou!

RRLGA finishes 2016-2017

Bobbie Johnson The RRLGA Executive Board for 2017-2018 was elected and installed at the general meeting held April 11, 2017: President Kathy Holwick, Vice-President Barbara Gayer, Secretary Pam Mumy, Treasurer Jan Kinley. The appointed positions are Membership Chair Robin Barber, Tournament Chair and Assistant Patty Bruchez and Betty Kumbera, Handicap Chair and Assistant Karen Connell…

RRLGA Member/Guest Tournament – Partners in Crime

Sheriff Jay Wilson and prisoner Judy Brozek

The RRLGA’s fifth annual member-guest tournament took place on March 13 and 14. Chair Judy Brozek and her committee, Jan Stocek, MaryLou Walton, Mary Syer, Margaret Erickson, Fran Fowler, Jeri Srenaski and Pam Mumy, planned this two-day event around the board game of CLUE. The first day was Par For The Course, solve the murder…

Hippie Chicks with Sticks

RRLGA’s much anticipated annual Past Presidents’ Tournament was held Tuesday, February 14. It was a groovy day filled with sunshine and no wind! Past presidents Dee Lee, Candy Burtis, Joanne Heiman and MaryLou Walton created the theme “Hippie Chicks with Sticks” including informative and nostalgic boards at each tee box to read and reminisce. Members…

RRLGA hosts second annual Golf Day

Members and guests: Marylou Walton, Patti Baumann, Jeri Srenaski, Sandy Horzauk, Joanne Heiman; in front Patty Bruchez

RRLGA hosted its second annual fun golf day inviting all Robson Ranch women golfers to join them on Tuesday, January 31, 2017. Tournament chair MaryLou Walton, Barbara Gayer, Susan Worner and Pam Mumy got this fun day organized. We had a total of 59 players: 35 members and 24 non-members. The format was a four…