A Mulligan Isn't Too Bad For Par Tee Golf News
He then asked the Scot, "What do you call a Mulligan in Scotland?" The Scot said, "We call it hitting three."
Top honors in last week's play went to Meg Feerick and Doris Neimeth; both had 63. Peg Ansbro had 65 and Dolores McAteer and Marie Campbell scored 66. In the seventies: Nancy Heffernan (70), Joan McNally, MaryEllen Hogan and Pat Lunny (71) Helen Graham and Ann Spillane (73),
Alice Mateos and Mary Mahoney (74), Barbara Caramelli and Eileen Witzgall (75), Pat Livingstone, Chris Brunner and Dottie Dunne (76), Jo Sullivan (77), Nancy Tutolo, Evie McVeigh, and Terry GaNun all had 78 and scoring 79 were Joan Williams, Joanna Beck, and Margaret Dalton.
Jo Sullivan scored a chip-in and a chip-in birdie and Meg Feerick had two birdies. Other chip-ins was credited to; Pat Barry, Mary Mahoney, Dolores McAteer, Marie Campbell, Nancy Tutolo, Pat Livingstone and MaryEllen Hogan. Birdies was awarded to Kate Hanratty, Barbara Caramelli, Helen Mele and Chris Brunner. Chip-in birdies are credited to Joan McNally, Mary Timmons and Nancy Heffernan.
Closest to the pin on #10 was Nancy Tutolo and on #18 the winner was Helen Mele. The 50/50 was won by Barbara Caramelli.
The police are called to an apartment and find a woman holding a bloody 5-iron standing over a lifeless man. The detective asks, "Ma'am is that your husband?" "Yes," says the woman. "Did you hit him with that golf club?" "Yes, yes, I did."
The woman begins to sob, drops the club, and puts her hands on her face. "How many times did you hit him?" "I don't know, five, six, maybe seven times….just put me down for a five."
God Bless. Have a great week.