November 6, SWGA Turkey Shoot Scramble, Huntington Park Golf Course, 0900 shotgun

November 16, SSWGA Turkey Shoot Scramble, Southern Trace CC, 0930 shotgun

December 5, SWGA/SSWGA Jingle Bell Scramble, Northwood GC, 1000 shotgun

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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Nikki Patterson Invitational

The 4th Annual Nikki Patterson Invitational Tournament was held at Stonebridge Country Club on Wednesday, June 27th, in memory of past Stonebridge member Nikki Patterson. Once again, the 4-lady scramble was a tremendous success with 116 participants.

Festivities started on Tuesday with the practice round and a wine and cheese social that included lots of food besides cheese. Everyone enjoyed this social part of the competition.

It was tremendously hot with temps reaching the 100+ degree point, but everyone hung in and there were some really good scores posted. When all was said and done, the best score of the day was 63 posted by the team of Storey/Yager/Walters/Thomasson. Congratulations ladies! A complete list of winners follows.
Championship Flight
1st Gross: Storey/Yager/Walters/Thomasson 63
Low Net: Henson/Johnson/Kirschenbaum/Davis 58.5
2nd Gross: Tinsley/Lee/Sterritt/Presswood 64
CTP: Paulette Lee
Longest Drive: Amy Johnson

First Flight
1st Gross: Ryan/Gaiennie/Gutman/Kang 65
Low Net: Ihle/Graves/Sagabaen/Hobson 60
2nd Gross: Stein/Falgoust/Elliott/Guimbellot 68
CTP: Harolyn Falgoust
Longest Drive: Lorrie Guimbellot

Second Flight
1st Gross: Gallagher/Bordelon/Brenner/Parsons 67
Low Net: Kennedy/Meyer/Graybiel/Crews 61.5
2nd Gross: Pettitt/Fisher/McCoy/Lawhorne 67
CTP: Martha Bordelon
Longest Drive: Gloria Utley

Third Flight
1st Gross: Lowery/Hollier?Smith/Johnson 72
Low Net: Ward/Wyche/Colvin/Kruse 62
2nd Gross: Buckley/Wicker/Glezen/Buckley 72
CTP: Pat Rice
Longest Drive: Cathy Buckley

(Please excuse me if the names on the pictures are not in the correct order. I had to do some guessing.)

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

LWGA State Four Ball

The eleventh annual Best Ball tournament is hosted this hear at Contraband Bayou Golf and Country Club in Lake Charles, August 5-7.  The $400 per 2-lady team includes a highly discounted practice round ($35) on Sunday,  a Welcome Party on Sunday, lunch on Monday and dinner at Contraband that evening, and awards luncheon on Tuesday. 
This is the first time we've played a state tournament at Contraband, so now is the time to take advantage of this opportunity to play a really beautiful course.  If you've never stayed at the L'Auberge Casino, it is a real treat.  The pool area has a lagoon running through the tiki village area and you can ride air tubes through the lagoon to "people watch". 

Entries are limited to the first 58 teams and must be received by July 25th, so don't delay.  For more infomation and entry form, Click Here.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Your Alarm System

Whether you realize it or not, you have your own private security system....usually in your purse.  This is to tell you to PUT YOUR CAR KEYS BESIDE YOUR BED AT NIGHT.

Tell your spouse,your children, your neighbors, your parents, your Dr's office, the check-out girl at the market, everyone you run across. PUT YOUR CAR KEYS BESIDE YOUR BED AT NIGHT.

If you hear a noise outside your home or hear someone trying to get in your house, just press the PANIC button for your car. The alarm will be set off, and the horn will continue to sound until either you turn it off or the car battery dies.

This tip came from a neighborhood watch coordinator. Next time you come home for the night and you start to put your keys away, think of this: It's a security alarm system that you probably already have and requires no installation. Test it. It will go off from most everywhere inside your house and will keep honking until your battery runs down or until you reset it with the button on the keyfob chain. It works if you park in your driveway or garage.

If your car alarm goes off when someone is trying to break into your house, odds are the burglar/rapist won't stick around. After a few seconds, all the neighbors will be looking out their windows to see who is out there and sure enough the criminal won't want that.

And remember to carry your keys while walking to your car in a parking lot. The alarm can work the same way there.

This is something that should really be shared with everyone. Maybe it could save a life or a sexual abuse crime.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

LWGA State Match Play Championship

The Louisiana Womens Golf Association held it’s 84th annual Match Play Championship at Beau Chene Country Club in Mandeville June 2-6. This year’s field was small with only sixty-four ladies participating, perhaps because it was earlier in the summer when kids were just starting vacations? In any event, it was a beautiful venue, with towering oaks adorned with lazy, weeping Spanish moss overhanging water hazards and making a lovely backdrop for the countless bunkers strategically located on the course.

Sixteen ladies played in the Championship Flight and the final matches pitted Heather Lott against against Julie Harrison, both of Baton Rouge. After 18 holes, it was Heather who prevailed, winning her first LWGA Amateur title after being in the final match three times. Harrison, the 2004 LWGA Champion, has been finalist six times and is the reigning LWGA Senior Champion.

Thirteen-year-old Anna Heine of Baton Rouge won Championship Consolation in 23 holes over Pam Fossett of Lake Charles.
Only six of our own Shreveport area ladies participated in the event this year, but four of the six made it to the final matches, and three of the four were finalist winners. Mary Jo Gray (WGAS) won first place in the Third Flight, Martha Lawhorne (BWGA) won second place in the Sixth Flight, and Debbie Magee (WGAS) won first place in the Fourth Flight Consolation Flight. Kathleen McCoy (BWGA) lost the final match in the Fifth Flight Consolation Flight. Teri McGuire (WGAS) and Donna Cobb (BWGA) didn’t make it to the finals, but put on a great fight against good players, tough course, and extremely hot weather conditions. Congratulations to everyone!

2017 SWGA playdays

  • If you miss ONE required event, it can be replaced by ONE day of play in Team Matches
  • March 15: Scramble at Southern Trace, 9:00am COMPLETED
  • April 18: Playday at Stonebridge, 9:00am COMPLETED 41 Players
  • May 16: Playday at Northwood, 9:00am, COMPLETED abt 48 players
  • June 7: Playday at Querbes, 8:30am COMPLETED 27 players
  • July 18: Playday at Eastridge, 9:00am COMPLETED 31 players
  • August 17: Playday at Fox Run, 9:00am CANCELLED
  • August 30-31: Team Matches, Huntington Park CANCELLED
  • October 3-4: SWGA Championship, Northwood
  • November 6: SWGA Turkey Scramble, Huntington Park, 9:00am
  • December 5: SWGA/SSWGA Jingle Bell Scramble, Northwood, 10:00am, Bring a Toy

2017 SSWGA Events

  • March 14: Stonebridge scramble, 9:00am COMPLETED
  • May 31: rain makeup date for Querbes, 9:00am COMPLETED 16 players
  • June 22: Eastridge playday, 9:00am
  • July 11: Northwood playday, 9:00am COMPLETED 19 players
  • July 20: Practice Rnd for championship, tee times needed
  • July 26-27: Championship, Huntington Park, COMPLETED 13 players
  • August 10: Crooked Hollow Playday, 9:00am, COMPLETED 21 players
  • September 25: Playday at Fox Run, 9:00am CANCELLED
  • October 19: Huntington Park Scramble, 9:00am COMPLETED 20 players
  • November 16: Turkey Scramble, Southern Trace, 9:30am

Other LOCAL Events

  • October 25-26: Roadrunner 2-Lady Tournament, Eastridge CC

Other 2017 NON-LOCAL Golfing Events

  • August 29-30: Diamonds in the Rough, 4-lady tournament, Hollytree CC, Tyler, TX
  • September 12-14: Twice as Nice, Texarkana CC
  • September 27-28: Squire Creek 2-Lady Tournament, Choudrant, LA
  • October 7-8: Texarkana Couples Tourney, Texarkana CC, Texarkana
  • October 8-9: Rayburn Country Lady Luck 2-Lady Tournament, Brookeland, TX (Lake Sam Rayburn)
  • October 16-18: LaDiDa 2-Lady tournament, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, TX