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76 SPORTS


IWLN are getting ready to turn ten!


Nancy Davis, Publicity It won’t be very long before the upcoming Ironwood Lady Niners changing of


the


guard. Nominations are being accepted for president and vice president. Rose Hull has been appointed chairman of the nominating committee. If you are willing to serve as an offi cer next year, please send an email to Rose indicating your willingness. If you know of someone you think would be a good offi cer for the Lady Niners and you think would be willing to serve, please send that name (or names) to Rose at rosehull@ wbhsi.net. We have truly amazing members who have a lot of leadership skills and life experiences to offer our league. Thank you Treasurer Rachel Enloe and Secretary Marcia Gaudioso, who have expressed their willingness to continue on the board for 2014. Summer Play - There are mornings when


September rolls around that the air is so thick you struggle to get the ball in fl ight. Miraculously, you arrive at the parking lot to tee off at 6:00 a.m. In the meantime, our organizers of summer play Catherine Tinerino-Moore and Marcia Gaudioso, have double checked the pairings, fi nalized the starting holes and get us all pointed in the right direction to begin our round. Following play, Susan Schaeffer has been entering our scores for us during the summer months. Thank you Catherine, Marcia and Susan for your time and hard work in providing us with well organized summer play. The Niners are turning 10 - Our 10th


anniversary celebration will be on Thursday, November 14, at 5:00 p.m. in the Oakwood Ballroom. All current and former Ironwood Lady Niners are invited to attend. Details will


be available mid-October.


editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013 CTC news


Wanda Johnson It is fi nally here. Some of us have asked


for it for years. It is the Cottonwood Golf Shop adding a line of tennis apparel to their inventory. Desmond said that they will be on the rack and available the fi rst part of October. Currently, he has men’s shorts and CTC logo shirts and women’s skirts and tops. Also available is a zipper front logo sweatshirt. The styles are limited at this time but should expand as sales and interest in the product picks up. Please visit the Pro Shop to check this out and support our Sun Lakes businesses. Also new this year is a line of Cottonwood


Rose Hull chairperson.


is the IWLN nominations


Charity Invitational Tournament. The new date for the tournament is Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Denise Fleshner and Kathy Serold will be co-chairing this event for us. They will be needing committee members to assist them. Please stay tuned for more information as plans develop. October Calendar - The Ironwood


Former


members who are interested in attending, please contact Catherine Tinerino-Moore at 480-895-4094. 2014 Charity Invitational - We have a change in our save the date for our 2014


course will reopen following closure for over seed and our play dates are October 16, 23 and 30. Please note there is a time change and a procedure change. Our shotgun will be at 7:30 a.m. off the back nine and we will be restricted to cart path only because of over seeding the course. Our fi rst board meeting of the season is October 9, at 10:00 a.m. in the Oakwood Pro Shop meeting room (the Ironwood clubhouse and parking lot will be closed on this date). This is a very important meeting in which we are voting on key issues. Our fi rst general meeting of the season is on Wednesday, October 16, at 10:00 a.m. in the Ironwood clubhouse. Among other agenda items, we will bring you up-to-date on our 10th anniversary celebration and our 2014 Charity Invitational Tournament.


— IWLN cont. on page 81


Tennis Club t-shirts in assorted styles and colors. These will be available thru the Cottonwood Tennis Club and for sale at the CTC events throughout the year. Look for us in the north side lobby of the Saguaro Room. Players have suggested different styles, especially for women, and we hope we have satisfi ed some of you. Remember, the more we sell, the more variety we can add in the future and as our summer stock dwindles, we plan to add a line of winter wear. It would be nice to see our CTC name and logo on our players and spectators as


Tennis apparel is now available in the Cottonwood Golf Pro Shop.


we host other clubs. Let’s show our support! For more information on the Cottonwood


Tennis Club please visit our website at www.cottonwoodtennisclub.com. 


Lucky Shot Pool Club


The Cottonwood Billiards Room offers competition on the only nine by four and a half foot tournament-quality pool tables in Sun Lakes. Photo by Gary Vacin.


Gary Vacin Competition in the Lucky Shot Pool Club’s 2013-14 tournament


season will


again take place on the only tournament- quality pool tables in Sun Lakes. All games will be played on the Cottonwood


recently-remodeled Pool


Room’s four nine by four and a half foot tables. The club also has the distinction of


being the only pool club in Sun Lakes open to all Sun Lakes residents. New and returning players will have


an opportunity in October to sign up for the coming season at the following events, according to Mike Giarlo, club president. The club will host a booth at the annual


Cottonwood Country Club Open House on Saturday, October 12, between 9:00 a.m.- noon. The club also will host its annual fall membership meeting on Wednesday, October 23, between 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at the Cottonwood Country Club Phoenix Room. Interested players also may sign up


for the season by contacting Mike Giarlo at 272-1500 or Gary Vacin,


tournament


director, at 298-7017 or garyvacin@gmail. com.


and 8-Ball. All games are played under BCA rules. The playing format


The club offers competition in 9-Ball is simple:


Players are assigned to groups or “pockets” based on their skill level as determined by their winning percentage in previous games. Players are provided a list of their opponents and phone numbers and schedule matches at their own convenience in a round-robin format. Scores are posted on a sheet on


the club’s bulletin board and are collected by the tournament director at tournament’s end for updating. Vacin and previous tournament directors have kept computerized records of all games played since the club was formed in 1995. Nine-ball tournaments are a race to seven,


meaning the fi rst player to win seven games wins


the match. Eight-ball tournaments


in Pockets 1 and 2 are a race to fi ve, and remaining tournaments are fi ve games.


— POOL cont. on page 80


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