Cottonwood Lady Niners News

2020 officers

2020 officers

Glenna Twing, President

We are off and running, with our motors revved up. We had a wonderful start on Nov. 5 with 64 members enduring 99-degree heat, the hottest November day ever in Arizona! With that behind us, we then celebrated the end of our 25th anniversary year with a Welcome Back Celebration Brunch.

Announced at the brunch are this year’s officers: Glenna Twing, president; Leeanna Mickelson, vice president; Lynn Tanner, treasurer; and Phyllis Stephens, secretary.

Due to restrictions last spring, we honored and celebrated the victories of our members for the 2019-20 season.

Club Champion: Eden Carter and Club Champion, net: Joanne Dunn

Our victorious State Medallion Champions, who won the entire State Tournament for nine-hole clubs, congrats goes to Sheila Axtman and Laura Carothers. We are hoping to retain the trophy again this year.

Most Improved Golfer: Lisa Mohoric

And, finally, our new birdie tree program designed by Sharon Howard recognized 22 members with birdies this past season. The award for most birdies (four) went to Anita Hopkins.

With new adventures insight, we are looking forward to our Turkey Shoot on Nov. 19, and our always fun Christmas party and ugly sweater contest on Dec. 17. Maybe even Santa or one of his elves will show up. This is just the start. There is a new and exciting event scheduled for every month.

Looking for fun, great times, and memories? Then join the Cottonwood Lady Niners. We are a great group of ladies. Our motto is very simple: We are a social organization promoting camaraderie and friendship through golf. Whether you are an experienced golfer or new to the game, you are welcome. So far this year, in just two weeks, we have 19 new members. Our membership dues are $75 which includes your handicap fee and weekly prize money. The golf gender day golf rate is $425 for the entire season, November through May. Applications are available in the Cottonwood Pro Shop. For more information, contact [email protected]

If you hear a roar of engines, don’t worry, it is just the Cottonwood Lady Niners!