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Veterans Day Tournament

PCM9GA members who presented U.S. Flag lapel pins and greeted fellow veterans: Gary Lord, Colonel, United States Army, Retired; Cliff Olson, Major, United States Army, Retired; Bruce Hulbert, Captain, United States Navy, Retired. Not Pictured: Skip Gault, Specialist 04, United States Army; James Mitchell, Sergeant, United States Army. We thank you all for your valor and service.

Chris Mucha On Nov. 12, the PCM9GA Golfing Niners held a Veterans Day tournament at the recently opened Eagle’s Nest course. The event was scheduled so that we could remember and offer our thanks to all veterans who have served our country and sacrificed so much to keep us safe. Several PCMGA members took turns…

PCM9GA November Pandemic Golf

PCM9GA 3-2-1 Tournament (left to right): Gary Lord (3); Tom LeChaix (2); Tom Johnson (1); Roger LeBlanc (? I just don’t know)

Chris Mucha In addition to a salute to all of our veterans, the PCM9GA Golfing Niners held two other events in November. The first, on Nov. 5, was an official “Welcome Back” event for those who left PebbleCreek confines earlier this year and made their return in the early fall. Protocols are still in place, and…

PCM9GA Continues Tournament Golf

Jim Mitchell watches as Brad Hedien, Chuck Akers, and Joe Belonax get ready for the “Two-Three-Four” Tournament on Sept. 10. Their team tied for second place.

Chris Mucha PCM9GA continued tournament golf during the sweltering heat of this summer with sessions held on Sept. 10 and 24. Winners, whose games were as hot as the desert sun, were as follows: Sept. 10: 2/3/4 Tourney 1st Place at -4: Gary Switak, Richard Spampinato, Robert Fiorita, James Jimenez $20 each 2nd Place at +1…

PCM9GA Braves the Heat

PCM9GA Musketeers: Athos (Dave Kennedy); Porthos (Ray Bender); Aramis (John Craven); and D’Artagnan (Greg Ray) raise their swords in victory on Aug. 27, 2020.

Christopher Mucha PCM9GA golfers continue to brave the oppressive desert heat and pandemic restrictions with competitive golf at Tuscany Falls. The month of August was a classic schedule, with two days set for regular play, coupled with two days of internal club tournaments. Individual Session Results for the month were as follows: Aug. 6 Gross…

PCM9GA Continues Pandemic Golf

Christopher Mucha The sweltering three digit heat brought many challenges to July Play, but the Golfing Niners sharpened up their skills and came out swinging. Regular stroke play results were as follows: July 2: Low Gross Score 38 – Jim Mitchell 3 Low Net Scores At 31 – Scott Crawford – $15 At 33 – Rick…

PCM9GA Plays a Scramble in the Desert Heat

Christopher Mucha The Golfing Niners played a Scramble on July 30, on Tuscany Falls-West, in the whipping winds and hot desert sun. The weather conditions made for some challenging team scores, with birdies at a premium. The following teams conquered the course conditions and finished as follows: 1st Place-2 under par-Scott Beseda; Steve Shaver; Jack…

Pandemic Golf

PC golf pros play with PCM9GA (left to right): Rob Risden, Dave Vader, Chris Mucha, and Rich McCurdy.

Christopher Mucha Pandemic golf has required a number of challenges and changes here at PebbleCreek. In starting back with club play, PCM9GA, the Golfing Niners, invited our own pros to join with us for a relaxing nine holes of golf. Dave Vader and Ronnie Decker participated in the activities on June 11, with Dave Vader…

The Golfing Niners

PCM9GA golfers (left to right): Dave Wattenberg, Bob Geiges, Ted Wallenbeck, and Jim Tackett social distance for pandemic golf.

Christopher Mucha PCM9GA golfers resumed play this past month with two regular golfing dates and two club tournaments. Because of COVID-19 requirements, no shotgun starts are being utilized. Sequential tee times create challenges for monitoring pace of play in order to maximize course availability for PebbleCreek residents on club play dates. PCM9GA continues its philosophy of…

PCM9GA Continues to Support Luke Spouses’ Club Fund

Christopher Mucha Even in these trying times, the PCM9GA continues its support of the Luke Spouses’ Club Scholarship Fund. This program was our top charity beneficiary last year, when we provided them with $6,000—28% of the total amount they awarded to worthy scholarship recipients. Even though our primary charity tournament has been postponed because of the…