Breezy Point Par-Tee News
It’s amazing how much potential exists among our Par-Tee golfers! They seemto realize that nothing in the world will take the place of persistence as they turn up each week in slowly growing numbers and continue to succeed in bettering their scores.
A warm welcome goes out to two new members, Maureen Ris and Kathy McDonald, and to our returning snowbirds. Among them are Joan McNally, Pat Wheeler, Dorothy Chandler and Terry Gearity. A special "hello" to Helen Curlin who is not playing, but stopped by to see everyone. Get well wishes to Mildred Duffy who is recovering from surgery.
Two of our seasoned players again took the lead with a 64 – Peggy Ansbro and Barbara O’Brien. Following closely at their heels were Pat Disch with 65, Terry Gearity with 66, Doris Neimeth and Joan McNally with 67, Peg Hurley, Evelyn Gannon and Bunny GaNun with 69. Congratulations to all.
Not very far behind were three gals with 70 – Helen McDonald, Barbara Caramelli and Lil Keim. Pat Wheeler had 71, Janis Murphy 72 and Dorothy Dunne 74. (Dotty was omitted from last week’s report – sorry! – when she scored a 75) Bernice Carroll, Sally Fitzpatrick and Dorothy Chandler all ended up with 75. On her first day out Maureen Ris scored 76, as did Nancy Garito. Annette Dreschler ended up with a 77. Mary O’Rourke had a 78 while Lil Hanratty had a 79. Great going!
Barbara were scored by Barbara O’Brien on the 10th hole and Doris Neimeth and Bunny GaNun on the 2nd. Pat Wheeler broke the ice on her first day out with a chip-in birdie on the 6th. Chip-ins were also scored by Tina Spina on the 3rd and Dorothy Dunne on the 2nd. Needless to say, with only three chip-ins, the pot paid out in a big way.
Meanwhile back at the Club, lunch was served with Gloria Tropea and Marge Driscoll doing a great job. Marge O’Leary was keeping track of finances and adding up scores. Frank Tropea, Al Neimeth and Bob Kimmeth kep the liquids flowing. Thank you all for your time and dedication. It was wonderful coming back to sit and chat while enjoying such a great repast. Mary Kemper gave a run-down on how the planned trip to Hunderton Playhouse was progressing. Sign up as soon as possible. Vera Lynch and Millie Donnelly are working on the Guys and Dolls tournament. A floor vote seems to indicate a leaning toward an early tee-off followed by a catered luncheon. A special thank you to Mary Sullivan who so graciously accepted the leadership and works so hard behind the scenes setting up tee times and coordinating the many functions. Those of you who worked in that capacity in the past know what a difficult task that is. Let’s all give her our support.
That’s it for now. See you all next week on the greens!