MINUTES OF QCLGA GENERAL MEETING

November 14, 2019

MADERA CLUBHOUSE 12:00PM

CALL TO ORDER AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES

The meeting was called to order at 12:00pm by President Jacquie Owens.  A Motion to accept the Minutes of the General Meeting from 8/29/2019, as posted on the QCLGA Website, was made by Chris Gould and seconded by Vivian Parle. The motion was passed and Minutes were approved.

President:  Jacquie Owens
There are several Committee positions open. 

  • Publicity 
  • Handicap Chairperson – Nancy Hoppe will continue as Handicap Chairperson. Jan Delcour has volunteered to be a member of the Handicap Committee  
  • Junior Golf Program volunteer

Many thanks to Terri Erickson who has done a wonderful job filling the position of Publicity for the past 10 years


A reminder that winnings in the Pro Shop must be used by December 31st.


Re-affirmation of the Board for 2020 was presented by Terri Bacon.  The following Board members have agreed to stay on for another year:

  • Jacquie Owens – President 
  • Peg Avent – Vice President 
  • Dian Simmons – Secretary 
  • Sandi Hrovatin – Treasurer 

Deb Riddell has accepted the position of Tournament Chairperson. Motion to accept nominations was made by Vivian Parle and seconded by Jan Ranney. Carried.

Vice President:  Peg Avent 


Peg reported on the results of the Bewitched Fore Charity event. A total of $12,652 was collected for the four local charities.186 players from different organizations were represented. We greatly appreciate the assistance of our local pro, Joel Jaress, in gathering raffle prizes from various golf courses, scoring, lifting the cart path only restriction, and providing the longest drive. Other members contributing to the event were recognized. 
 

Secretary:  Dian Simmons


No report

Treasurer:  Sandi Hrovatin

2020 budget is available for review.

Past President/Robson Challenge: Chris Gould 


The Robson Challenge was held November 13th at Mountain View/Saddlebrooke. Participants were Peg Avent, Patrish Bergamo, Cheryl Collyer, Alice Dyke, Chris Gould, Linda Ulery, Jacquie Owens, Kandi Roy, Sharon Schoen, Teresa Stein, Kathy Thompson, and Patty Zatkin. The Robson Challenge will be held at Quail Creek next year. 

Tournament Chair: Bonny Wilcox


Bonny thanked everyone for the opportunity to be tournament chair for the last three years. Many thanks to Bonnie for all her hard work and dedication. Deb Riddell will assume the Tournament Chair position for 2020. Committee members will be Bonny Wilcox, Barb Erickson and Terri Bacon


COMMITTEE REPORTS


Handicap
:  Nancy Hoppe

Nancy provided handouts regarding the New World Handicap system. These will be available on the website. The handicaps for Thursday games will be calculated from the Monday handicap since handicaps could change daily. Jan Delcour and Vivian Parle have volunteered to assist with handicap committee.  

Rules & Regulations:  Mary Campbell-Jones

Rule 10.2 regarding Advice and Other Help and Rule 17 regarding Penalty Relief Area were discussed and information is available in Rules book. 


Webmaste
r:  Cheryl Opsal 

No report


Birdies/Ringers/Chip-Ins
:  Kris Weinberg

Report will be available next month at holiday luncheon.


Hole-in-One Club
:  Cheryl Collyer

Hillary Wade was given a certificate for her Hole-In-One. There are presently 38 members. Please join.


Membership
: Ronnee Epstein

Three new members were introduced today – Phyllis O’Brien, Susan McCune and Bonnie Morgan. All three participated in today’s event.


AWGA/SDWGA
: Roz Harrison  

Roz encouraged members to join Southern District when you renew your dues. The cost is $10.00  

Publicity: Terri Erickson 

Any volunteers?


Interclub
:  Sherry Morris

Linda Ulery and Marie Cook will be Interclub co-Chairpersons for 2020.  Thanks to Cathy Nelms for her work.


Junior Golf: Jan Delcour

Jan is resigning from this position. It has been difficult finding an organization that will respond to our request to provide aid.  Patty Zatkin and Pat Newport have volunteered to take over the Junior Golf program.  


NEW BUSINESS

Member Guest Tournament committee chairs for 2020 are Kandi Roy and Kathy Printz. The theme will be “It’s a Jungle Out There”. The dates are April 15th and 16th.


ADJOURNMENT

Motion to Adjourn the General Meeting was made by Chris Gould and seconded by Vivian Parle. Motion passed and meeting was adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

Dian Simmons

Secretary



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QCLGA GENERAL MEETING

August 29, 2019

MADERA CLUBHOUSE 12:00PM

CALL TO ORDER AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES

The meeting was called to order at 12:00pm by President Jacquie Owens.  A Motion to accept the Minutes of the General Meeting from 5/15/19, as posted on the QCLGA Website was made by Terri Bacon and seconded by Cathy Nelms.  Motion passed and Minutes were approved.

PRESIDENT:  Jacquie Owens   

First Tee Representative. Justine Lewis has taken responsibility.  Anything you wish to donate, please contact her.  Balls can also be donated to First Tee.


VICE-PRESIDENT:  Peg Avent 

No report

SECRETARY:  Dian Simmons 

No report


TREASURER:  Sandi Hrovatin 

No report

PAST PRESIDENT/ROBSON CHALLENGE: Chris Gould 

Here are the bullet points for the November 13, 2019 Robson Challenge at Saddlebrooke:

– Twelve players will be chosen to participate at the Mountainview/Preserve Course north of Tucson.  Team will be selected from those qualifying and players names submitted by November 2nd.  Joel, our Pro will play in a separate game with the other Pros.

– Date of the Robson Challenge is November 13th.  Registration and photos begin at 7:15, Shotgun at 8:30.  A meal and awards will follow.  (With travel time, this is an all day event)

– Players may play a practice round any time prior, at the resident rate.  You can make a tee time two days in advance by calling.

TOURNAMENT CHAIR:  Bonny Wilcox

Prickly Pair was a success with the ladies QCLGA winning by 20 points.  Thanks go out to Jim Lynch for all his work on the event. Next year, the QCLGA will host.  

The two day PYP Eclectic event is in confusion due to the gas leak and players not able to complete are holes.  Bonny will discuss with committee and Joel to determine how it can be resolved.  Results will be sent out via email.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Handicap:  Nancy Hoppe 

A question about equitable stroke control has been brought up.  Handouts were distributed to each table for members to review.  Cheryl will put on website for further review.


Rules & Regulations:  Mary Campbell-Jones 

Rule 17 gives you your options if you are in a penalty area. It covers both yellow and red penalty areas and has very good pictures showing those options.  You know they say picture is worth a thousand words and I can’t tell you enough that looking in your rule book at the pictures and reading the options you have for each rule helps tremendously to understand what your options are.  


Webmaster:  Cheryl Opsal 

No report

Birdies/Ringers/Chip-Ins:  Kris Weinberg

RBC report is 94 birdies and 125 chip-ins through the 7/25 playday. Also, there are only a few games that qualify for RBCs between now and overseed, an update of the results for the website will be available after the September games are played. 

Hole-in-One Club:  Cheryl Collyer 

27 members in the HIO club.  The Participation Rules and Payout Procedure has been redone and is available for viewing on the website.  Encourage members to join.  It is still $5.00 to join.  


Membership: Ronnee Epstein 

QCLGA welcomes two new members – Linda Kelly, from Eagle Crest Country Club, Oregon, and Janet Johnson, from Pine Top Country Club in Pine Top, Arizona.  Both were present and played in the PYP event.

AWGA/SDWGA: Roz Harrison

State Medallion Tournament 2019 – Winners are Teresa Stein with a 166 and Sandy Hrovatin with 162.

Medallion Tournament is scheduled for January 11-12, 2020 at:


Oakwood Golf Club

24215 South Oakwood Blvd.

Sun Lakes Arizona 85249

480-895-1159

Publicity:  Terri Erickson 

No Report

Interclub:  Cathy Nelms

Season is over and QC came in 6th.  We had 36 players this year and 13 had never played before.  10 additional members have purchased team shirts.  A change was made to the method of selecting players, everyone who plays on qualifying days automatically qualify to play.

Junior Golf: Jan Delcour 

No Report

Nomination Committee:

All present board members have agreed to serve on board for next year with the exception of Bonny Wilcox as Committee Chair.  Deb Riddell will serve in that position.  Nominations were approved by Vivian Parle and seconded by Beth Davis.

BEWITCHED FORE CHARITY TOURNAMENT
         
A very active and fun presentation was held by the committee members for the Charity Event to be held on Halloween October 31st.  There are 4 charities that will be represented for the 4 person scramble.   There will be prizes for best team name.

 
Next Board meeting is October 23rd
Next General meeting is November 14th
Holiday luncheon is December 12th

ADJOURNMENT


Motion to Adjourn the General Meeting was made by Alice Dyke and seconded by Dena Knox. Motion passed and meeting was adjourned at 12:30 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,

Dian Simmons

Secretary

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QCLGA GENERAL MEETING MINUTES

MAY 23, 2019

MADERA CLUBHOUSE BALLROOM 12:45P.M.

CALL TO ORDER AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

The meeting was called to order at 12:45 pm by President Jacquie Owens. A Motion to accept the minutes of the meeting of February 28, 2019, as posted on the QCLGA Website was made by Terri Bacon and seconded by Vivian Parle. Motion passed and Minutes were approved.

Executive Board and Committee Chairs

President: Jacquie Owens

  • A call was made to approve the updated Bylaws and Rules as posted on the QCLGA website. The vote by all attending was unanimously passed. One proxy vote was submitted by Paula Scafuri in favor of the vote.
  • Jacquie received an update on the Member/Guest event from Deb Scott. The starting budget was $2,880.17 with a closing budget of $2,856.77. Overall the event was a huge success and right on budget.
  • Jacquie informed all members that all their personal information on the QCLGA website will continue to be password protected.
  • Jacquie announced that after lengthy discussions with the QCLGA Executive Board the Treasurer’s report will no longer be posted to the QCLGA website. With the concern of the increase in hacking and spam messages on the internet, the QCLGA is following in the path of other QC Clubs and Associations by not posting the Treasurer’s Report. However, it is important to note that any member can obtain the full Treasurer’s Monthly Report by contacting our Treasurer, Sandi Hrovatin.

Vice President: Peg Avent

  • No Report

Secretary: Dian Simmons

  • No Report

Treasurer: Sandi Hrovatin

  • Bank balance was disclosed. 
  • No new expenses.

Past President: Chris Gould

  • Report from Chris read by Jacquie Owens. There are two more opportunities to qualify for the Robson Challenge in November. Those dates are: May 30, 2019 and September 5, 2019.

Handicap Chair: Bonny Wilcox

  • This past President’s Cup and Round Robin Partner Match Play went well. Next year the President’s Cup will a 36-hole event instead of a 54-hole event.
  • The QCLGA and the QCMGA Mixer went well and all players seemed to have a good time. Thanks to Jacquie for setting up a special area at the Grill for the get together after the golf. 87 players participated.
  • Our Individual Match Play was cancelled due to lack of participation. We will make the final decision on what to do with our match play events, which need three days to compete, during the November Annual Meeting. At this point our Board has decided to offer two Partner RR Match Play Events in 2020, one in February and one in May with the President’s Cup moved to March.
  • Teri Bacon will be joining the Tournament Committee working along with Deb Riddell on tournament setup.
  • Reminder, if you want to respond to an email from Golf Genius sent by a Tournament Committee Member: YOU MUST SEND YOUR REPLY EMAIL DIRECTLY TO THE INDIVIDUAL COMMITTEE MEMBER. DO NOT REPLY IN OR TO GOLF GENIUS – YOUR EMAIL WILL NOT GET THROUGH TO US. YOU WILL NOT GET A RESPONSE.

Handicap Chair: Nancy Hoppe

  • The clipboard in the Pro Shop is being removed, we would like to promote using email for notification.

Rules and Regulations Chair: Mary Campbell-Jones

  • Due to popular requests the Rule of the Month will again be posted in the bathroom stalls.
  • Review of “Lost Ball” and references to “The Rules of Golf” Book Rules #17 and #18.

Webmaster/2Club: Cheryl Opsal

  • According to the rules of the 2 Club, any hole is eligible if a two is scored on that hole. 
  • It was voted by the Executive Board to make the 2 Club a part of the QCLGA.
  • On the website a Best Score Ever will be added for play only on League Day per rules of the Website.

Birdies, Chip-ins, Ringer: Kris Weinberg

  • As of May 9, 2019 we have 63 Birdies and 94 Chip-ins.

Hole-in-One: Cheryl Collyer

  • Karen Callen got a HIO at Canoa Ranch. We have a certificate for her.

Membership/Hospitality: Ronnee Epstein and Beth Davis

  • We have three new members since our last meeting, Barbara Gottas, Hilary Wade, and Sung Whitehead.
  • We have sent several cards to member to let them know we are thinking of them.

AGA/SDWGA: Roz Harrison

  • The SWGA Telegraph Tournament was held on May 2, 2019. Over 50% of eligible players that day were awarded prizes. The overall winner is Theresa Stein with a net 63! Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to all our participants.
  • Publicity: Terri Erickson

    No Report

Awards: Lindsay Dickinson

  • No Report

Interclub: Cathy Nelms

  • No report

Junior Golf: Jan Delcour

  • Discussions on what to do with Junior Golf. Contacting the Walden Grove HS Coach has been unsuccessful and giving to the general sports fund at Walden Grove HS does not insure our funds go to the girl’s golf team. More discussion is needed, suggestions are encouraged.

No Old Business

New Business

  • Jacquie has been contacted by the Kachina League. The Kachina Tournaments are held at various clubs in the area. These best ball tournaments are usually scheduled from November through May.  QCLGA would be required to host a tournament. More information about the league is required at this time. If anyone would like to take the lead on procuring more information on this league please contact one of your Board members.
  • It has been pointed out to us by the Lady Putters and by the Greens Committee that the Putters are having difficulty setting up their Wednesday morning rounds due to interference from golfers wanting to practice their putting.  It should be known to all that the Putters have the right to the Practice Putting Green during their Wednesday morning set-up and competition. The Lady Putters are a sanctioned club that actually pays for the right to use the Practice Green during this time. Please give them their due respect and keep off the Practice Green during this time.
  • Hilary Wade, one of our new members, thanked all of the QCLGA for making her feel welcome to our Association.

Adjournment

Motion to adjourn the General Meeting was made by Vivian Parle and seconded by Alice Dyke. Motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 2 pm.

Respectfully submitted

Peg Avent for Dian Simmons

MINUTES OF THE  QCLGA GENERAL MEETING 

Held February 28, 2019 at Madeira Club House at 1:00 pm

CALL TO ORDER AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

The Meeting was called to order at 1:00 pm by President Jacquie Owens. A motion to accept the minutes of the January 2019 meeting as posted on the Website was made by Debbie Scott and seconded by Cathy Nelms. Motion passed and Minutes approved as written. 


EXECUTIVE BOARD AND COMMITTEE CHAIRS
 

President: Jacquie Owens

  • Jacquie thanked everyone for playing in the President’s Cup event. The Executive Board discussed the results of the survey and made the following decisions:
  • President’s Cup will be a 2-day event held on Thursday. Should there be cancelations due to weather the next Thursday will be the play day.
  • Individual and Partner Match Play- due to the difficulty of pairings of a tournament less than 3 days more discussion is required to be able to have a meaningful match play tournament. The Board will continue to brainstorm ideas.
  • Club Championship will remain a 3-day Tournament.
  • Winter Tee Times will remain at 12:45.
  • The holiday celebration and 18-hole golf will remain on the same day.Should mother nature interfere golf will become a fun 9 or if a lengthy delay occurs golf will be canceled.

Vice-President: Peg Avent

No report 

Treasurer: Sandi Hrovatin

No report

Past President: Chris Gould

No report

Tournaments: Bonny Wilcox

No report

Rules: Mary Campbell-Jones

Rule update: Rule 15.3 “Ball or Ball-Marker Helping or Interfering with Play” only applies to a ball at rest on the putting green.  Interpretation: If there is belief that players agreed to leave a ball in place to help a player (backstopping) each player who made the agreement will be assessed 2 penalty strokes.

RBCs: Kris Weinberg

No report

Hole-in-One Club: Cheryl Collyer and Beth Davis

No report

Membership: Ronnee Epstein and Beth Davis

No report

AGA/SDGA: Roz Harrison

Roz reviewed the dates of qualifying rounds for State Medallion and dates of upcoming SDGA tournaments.  Please refer to the poster boards in the ladies loo for dates and locations,

Interclub: Cathy Nelms

Team shirts:

  • The deadline for ordering team shirts is March 7. Various sizes are available in the pro shop with a sign-up sheet.These shirts can be worn for all special QCLGA tournaments e.g. the mixer, interleague, Robson Challenge, Prickly Pear.

Interclub:

  • Some leagues have had difficulty fielding a full team thus the format has been changed to an individual Stableford. Each league can field a team up to ten (10) players.Five (5) of the ten (10) best scores will be counted towards the team score.
  • All members of QCLGA are invited to play and the ten (10) available players with the lowest net scores on qualifying days will be invited to play!

Awards: Lindsay Dickinson

No report

SPECIAL EVENTS REPORT


Member/Guest Copper Classic Debbie Scott

The theme is “Mardi Gras in the Valley”. Registration forms are available in the Pro Shop. The response has been excellent!  Please get your registration form and check in ASAP – no excuses! Please notify Debbie Scott if you are interested in playing and need a partner.

OLD BUSINESS


None

NEW BUSINESS

Two upcoming community benefit golf tournaments were offered to the members

  • Continental Ballet March 30 at Green Valley Country Club; $70; contact person: Sharon Schoen
  • Animal League at Desert Hills on April 27, more details to come; contact person: Rose Welliver

PRESIDENT’S CUP- Joel Jaress

Announcing the flight winners and Cup winner:

  • Flight 4: 1st place Brenda Easley, 2nd place Margith Baker
  • Flight 3: 1st place Chris England, 2nd place Linda Ulery
  • Flight 2: 1st Place (scorecard playoff) Alice Dyke, 2nd place Dena Knox, 3rd place Peg Avent
  • Flight 1: 1st Place Jan Topolski, 2nd place Roz Harrison
  • President’s Cup Champion: Bonny Wilcox


NEXT GENERAL MEETING

Thursday, May 23, 2019 with lunch.


NEXT BOARD MEETING

May 15, 2019 in the Kino Center Conference Room.

ADJOURNMENT


A motion was made by Vivian Parle and seconded by Chris Gould to adjourn the meeting at 1:32 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

Jacquie Owens

President



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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE QCLGA GENERAL MEETING

Held January 31, 2019 at Madeira Club House at 5:00 pm

CALL TO ORDER AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

The Meeting was called to order at 5:23 pm by President Jacquie Owens. A motion to accept the minutes of the November meeting as posted on the Website was made by Chris Gould and seconded by Beth Davis. Motion passed and Minutes approved 


EXECUTIVE BOARD AND COMMITTEE CHAIRS
 

President: Jacquie Owens

Jacquie thanked everyone for playing in the Match Play event. Jacquie discussed the results of the survey that was sent to members for their input. The results of the survey will be discussed at the February Executive Board Meeting. Results of the discussion will be presented at the next General Meeting with implementation slated for 2020.

Vice-President: Peg Avent

No report 

Treasurer: Sandi Hrovatin

No report

Past President: Chris Gould

Chris advised we have qualifying rounds for the Robson Challenge in January, February, March and May. An additional date has been added in September. The best two rounds will be used for team qualification.

Tournaments: Bonny Wilcox

No report

Rules: Mary Campbell-Jones, Alice Dyke and Patrish Bergamo

No report

RBCs: Kris Weinberg

No report

Hole-in-One Club: Cheryl Collyer and Beth Davis

No report

Membership: Ronnee Epstein and Beth Davis

No report

AWGA/SDWGA: Roz Harrison

No report

Interclub: Cathy Nelms and Sherry Morris

Cathy and Sherry have been working on choosing new team shirts. They will no longer be called Interclub shirts and the hope is that all will buy a shirt. A picture of the shirt will be inserted in the Blast. The shirts will come in sizes S through 3X. We will be notified when samples are available in the Pro Shop for ordering.

Awards: Lindsay Dickinson

No report

SPECIAL EVENTS REPORT


Member/Guest Copper Classic

The entry fee for annual members will be $100.00 and $160.00 for non-annual members and guests. The theme is “Mardi Gras in the Valley”. Registration forms will be available in the Pro Shop. Please notify Debbie Scott if you are interested in playing and need a partner.

OLD BUSINESS


None

NEW BUSINESS

None

NEXT GENERAL MEETING

Thursday, February 27, 2019, after the 3rd round of the President’s Cup

NEXT BOARD MEETING

February 20, 2019 in the Kino Center Conference Room.

ADJOURNMENT


A motion was made by Sharon Bisping and seconded by Sonia Heeren to adjourn the meeting at 6:10 pm.