2001-09-01 / Sports

Breezy Point Par-Tee News

By Marion Lynch

By Marion Lynch

When that little old alarm clock rang out at 6:15, my tendency was to shut it off, turn over and forget about getting up to play golf. However, then I remembered, this is it!!! The final game of the season, the last chance to bone up for the Tournament—and so, I reluctantly got up and headed for Tee-Off. Pam Armour didn’t seem to have any trouble waking up as she slammed in with a 60 score! Nancy Heffernan, Bunny GaNun, as well as Eileen Watson were only two strokes behind with 62. Peggy Ansbro had 66. Pat Disch scored 68 and Barbara Caramelli 69. Evelyn Gannon wasn’t far behind with 71. Mildred Seligman and Lyn Canavan 72. Maureen Ris, 73. Helen McDonald, 74. Mary O’Rourke, Janis Murphy, Bernice Carroll and Tess Kearney all scored 78. Last, but not least, was Muriel Hellriegel with 79. Kudos to all of you! I hope you saved some of that energy for next week!

Pam Armour on the 5th and 11th holes scored birdies. Dotty Dunne scored hers on the 1st. Teresa Bean and Eileen Watson on 2; and Nancy Heffernan and Pat Disch on the 6th. Anne Lane scored chip-ins on the 18th, Eileen Klein on the 5th, and Ann Powers scored hers on the 9th. Nancy Heffernan had a chip-in birdie on the 6th. The four of them shared the really B-I-G pot! Congratulations to all!

The Committee then surprised all the players with a free lunch! Again, thanks from all of us. Mary Sullivan was presented with a special gift from our two bar-man. The gift was a shirt with "Queen of Everything" emblazoned across it, as indeed she is! Mary, in turn, thanked both Al Neimeth and Frank Tropea for their many kindnesses to all the memberships, and presented them with gifts from all the ladies. Thanks again fellows, you were both great! The 50-50 chance was drawn and won by Nancy Heffernan, who is on a lucky streak. Pat Powers won the special $25 prize drawn.

Eileen Watson, who is going to direct operations next year, was introduced and asked for volunteers. Anne Dufficy and Bunny GaNun volunteered to take over the treasury, while Gloria Tropea will assist in the kitchen having gotten plenty of experience this year. Marge Driscoll and Mary O’ Rourke offered to provide the wheels to pick up the lunch. Anyone else who can help will be gladly welcomed.

So ended another season with fond memories of a great summer and only the Tournament and Scramble to bring it all to an end. Check the stores for your line-up and time to play in the Tournament. See you all next week at Tee-Off time!


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