2008-07-11 / Sports

Hole-In-One Highlights Par Tee Golf News

By Peg Ansbro

The Par Tee Golf ladies who had chipins: Lil Hanratty, Mary Castellano, Sheila Donahue, Marilyn Danese, Nancy Heffernan, Marge O'Leary and Helen Mele. Not pictured: Pat Lunny, Mary Mahoney and Pat Livingstone. The Par Tee Golf ladies who had chipins: Lil Hanratty, Mary Castellano, Sheila Donahue, Marilyn Danese, Nancy Heffernan, Marge O'Leary and Helen Mele. Not pictured: Pat Lunny, Mary Mahoney and Pat Livingstone. On July 3, Pat Livingstone had a hole-in-one on the tenth hole in Riis Park. Livingstone was then closest to the pin on that hole and had a chip-inbirdie on hole #4.

What a great day for a wonderful gal! Congratulations, Pat! The ladies hope you bet the one horse when you went to the track that same day with your husband!!!

There was a three way tie for top honors: Nancy Heffernan, Dolores McAleer and Peg Ansbro all had 65. Eileen Watson and Pat Lunny scored 68 and Meg Feerick is credited with a 69.

In the seventies: the quintet of Betty Weed, Helen Graham, Doris Neimeth, Mary Ellen Hogan and Pat Livingstone all had 71. Barbara Caramelli (72), Evie McVeigh and Chris Brunner (74), and the trio of Alice Mateos, Marilyn Danese and Mary Mahoney had 75, Pat Barry had 77 and Kay Miller and Joan McNally scored 79.

Nancy Heffernan had a chip-in and a birdie. Helen Mele obtained a chip-inbirdie and a birdie. Sheila Donahue had a chip-in and a chip-in-birdie. Chip-ins was also credited to Marge O'Leary, Mary Castellano, Mary Mahoney, Pat Lunny and Lil Hanratty. Chip-in -birdies belonged to Marilyn Danese and Pat Livingstone.

Betty Weed, MaryEllen Hogan, Meg Feerick, Pat Barry, Peg Ansbro and Alice Mateos all finished with birdies. Closest to the pin on hole #9 was Marilyn Danese. Joan McNally won the 50/50.

Speaking of the 50/50, many thanks belong to Peggy Wheeler for her weekly running of this fund raiser. The money collected goes to paying for the bagels, coffee and pastry served at our meetings. Peg's personality in selling the tickets generates much needed income. Way to go, Peggy. You're the best!!

The Par Tees have reached the maximum number of members, that being 75. Welcome aboard to our latest members Helen Graham and Cissy Savarese. On July 3, we had 52 golfers on the course, which is a record!!!

The place to be on Friday, July 25 is the Colony Theatre for the Garden Club's first annual luncheon. Tickets cost $30 and include a floral demonstration and a Chinese auction. The time is 12 to 4 p.m. See Joan Wilmarth and/or Helen Mele (945-6915) for tickets.

REMINDER: The Guys and Dolls tournament is Thursday, July 24 and the price is $25 per person. Singles are welcome and foursomes will be arranged. Coffee and donuts served at 7am and shot gun start begins at 7:45. After a game of golf, we will go back to the Catholic Club for prizes, lunch and more fun. See Betty Weed (634-9078) or Eileen Witzgall (634-3392) for details. Deadline for reservations is July 17.

The Par Tee Ladies would like to give accolades to Doris Neimeth, our Par Tee Historian. Doris has compiled two albums of photos dealing with members of the organization and the other with pictures of our past "Guys and Dolls Tournament." It is on display every Thursday at the Catholic Club. Well done, Doris. It is a marvelous piece of work!!

We could not get along without our social members: Peggy Wheeler, Vera Lynch, Pat Powers and Peg Hurley. They honor us every week with their presence. They are part of the original Par Tees and we are so happy that they keep in contact with the group.

On June 7, Helen and Bill McDonald were married for 66 years! Congratulations to this wonderful couple and best wishes for many more years of good health and happiness.

Golf balls are like eggs. They're white. They're sold by the dozen. And you need to buy fresh ones each week.

God Bless. Have a great week.

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