1999-07-03 / Columnists

Breezy Point Par-Tee News

by Carolyn Bennett


Doris Neimeth and Barbara Caramelli for the second time this season topped the list of 52 members with last Thursday’s lowest score, a 63. Pat Wheeler, in her best game so far, was next at 64 just ahead of Nancy Heffernan’s 65. Mildred Seligman and Peggy Hurley also did their best, 66, along with Peggy Ansboro and Evelyn. Joan McNally followed at 67 and Pat Disch at 68.

Terry Gearity on that hot and humid morning finished at 70, Pat Watson and Mildred Murphy (in her season’s lowest) at 71, Muriel Hellreigel 72 and Anne Ross 73. Tess Kearny finally back from Florida scored 74, Annette Deschler, Helen McDonald and Marge O’Leary 75, followed by Marge Driscoll, Nancy Garito and Pat Powers, 76. Though her knee remains painful, Lil Keim was back on the course with 77, along with Mildred Duffy who is having her most consistently good season so far. Dorothy Dunne finished at 78, then Sally Fitzpatrick, Eileen Klein, Dottie Chandler, Tina Spina and Peggy Joyce at 79.

Three well executed chip-in birdies were made last week by Muriel Hellreigel on 10, Sally Fitzpatrick on 12, and Nancy Heffernan on 17. Roy Borelli, playing for the first time this year, was delighted with her regular chip-in on 7. Mary Sullivan and Theresa Beau made theirs on 14, Mildred Seligman and Luella Clark, in her first game after returning from Florida, each chipped-in on 8. In the same foursome Doris Neimeth and Emily Watson got their games off to a good start birdying the first hole, then Emily made another on 7. Mildred Seligman also birdied two, on 2 and 5. Helen McDonald made hers on 5, Tess Kearney on 12.

We were happy to see Mary Ellen Pfeff playing again in her first of the season and to welcome Lillian Hanratty (no relation to Kay and Kate), a new member of Par Tee. Barbara O’Brien was busy with Joan McNally getting the 13 foursomes off, but stayed away from the game, giving her back more time to heal.

Sign ups and payment for the Guys and Dolls Tournament on July 8 should all be made by now. The annual luncheon and show at the Hunterdon Playhouse in New Jersey on July 21 promises to be another enjoyable outing. The entertainment , "Unforgettable," features music of the 20th century and the $50 cost is due by July 3. Call Mary Kamper.

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