Tag: Wildhorse Lady Niners

Wildhorse Lady Niners Putt – Putt around the clubhouse

February 7, 2017 the Wildhorse Lady Niners held their first social of the year. A 9-hole miniature golf course was constructed and monitored by the WLN members. Over 100 ladies were in attendance and tried their golf skills for a hole-in-one. Many joined the Niners that day. The winners were as follows: Overall winner, Jackie…

The Wildhorse Lady Niners celebrate the holiday

Mary Ornberg This year we want to thank Tina Hoffenberg for her efforts to secure the Denton Country Club for our annual holiday luncheon. The club lunch included London broil, chicken piccata, salad and dessert. Jane Thompson and her daughter-in-law, Janet Thompson, were at the welcoming table distributing beverage tickets, and the pianist for the…

The Wildhorse Lady Niners donate to the Denton Animal Shelter

Mary Ornberg The Denton Animal Shelter receives animals into their care that need specialized care or even surgeries necessary to maintain quality of life. They need a tremendous amount of supplies. The Wildhorse Lady Niners donated a load of supplies (blankets, towels, shampoo, soap, etc.) plus over $1400 in donations generated from our Princess Tournament…

Hear ye, Hear ye

Mary Ornberg A grand event took place on Tuesday, October 4, 2016. The Wildhorse Lady Niners held its 2016 Princess Tournament. Twelve lovely maidens participated in the tournament. The rest of the kingdom followed along and cheered the crown-seeking women. No one was eliminated on the first two holes. This year each player had her…

Wildhorse Lady Niners just wanna have fun

Mary Ornberg September 13 the WLN had its scheduled quarterly meeting. The day started with a scramble of over 40 ladies playing nine holes. The winners of the scramble were as follows: First Place, $13 each: Phyllis Formhals, Sandra Mankowich Second Place, $11 each: Jeanne deArment, Olive Morton Third Place, $9 each: Chris White, Lane…

WGA hosted WLN on Tuesday, August 16

The scramble at Robson Ranch started on a cloudy but glorious 66 degrees…in August! All the lady golfers had a fabulous time, and the Niners extended their effort to play a full 18 holes. Various door prizes were given to 10 lucky golfers, and the following ladies took home the bacon. First Place ($13 each,…

Wildhorse Lady Niners sparkle at the 4th of July Parade

Mary Ornberg The skies looked ominous as severe weather threatened the day. The rains came and cooled off an expected 100 degree day and then clouded over to keep the temperature under 85 for a delightful parade where the Niners truly razzle-dazzled the cheering crowds. The Wildhorse Lady Niners, dressed in red shirts, white shorts,…