Red Team Wins Again in PCLGA’s Red and Green Par-Tee!

Left to right: Ellen Enright, Sharon Hadley, Sarah Marsh, and Susan Slaughter

Left to right: Ellen Enright, Sharon Hadley, Sarah Marsh, and Susan Slaughter

Cindy Sota

The PCLGA’s annual Red and Green Tournament was held on Dec. 8 and 9 on the Tuscany Falls East and West courses. The Let’s Have a Par-Tee Tournament was a fundraiser for the New Life Center and provided bragging rights for the winners.

The players were happy to receive tee prizes of a holiday golf towel and a scrumptious red or green cookie baked by none other than Kathy Worwa!

The format was matchplay between the Red Team versus the Green Team. Each foursome consisted of two Red players and two Green players. The match was between the Red and Green player based on net four-ball rules. All holes won are aggregated between all Red and Green matches to determine the overall winning team.

The results of the two-day matchplay event were that the Red Team beat the Green Team 615 points to 590 points. The Red Team retains the right to brag for another year! Way to go, Red Team!

Congratulations to Barbara Chilton for a hole-in-one on Tuscany Falls East on hole number 17!

A special thanks to par-tee planners extraordinaire, Sue White and Lynn Grice, for their time and dedication to this special event. Their success was insured by the help of many others, to whom deserve thanks also, as follows: Tournament Chairs, Chanca Morrell and Kathy Hubert-Wyss; Tuscany Falls Pro Shop, John McMahon and David Vader; Executive Cookie Baker, Kathy Worwa; Head Cookie Elf, Dave Korba; Assistant Cookie Elves, Lloyd Chilton, Dennis Grice, Terry Johnson, and Jerry White.

The real winner is the New Life Center, which is a dual agency that serves victims of domestic violence and sexual violence. The shelter houses women, children, and men. They have a children’s program which educates children on a wide variety of life skills. The agency is able to provide full financial support, including between six and 24 months of rent payments, for survivors of human trafficking. The PCLGA is proud to support such a worthy cause.

Thanks to the PCLGA for opening their hearts and generously donating, to date, $8,800 to the New Life Center!

Happy holidays to all!