2009-07-10 / Sports

Par Tee Golf Finally Celebrates The Good Golfing Weather

By Peg Ansbro

"I was three over. One over a house, one over a patio, and one over a swimming pool" — George Brett.

In last week's action, Eileen Watson was once again the top scorer. Watson scored a 63 and Pat Lunny had a 69! Lunny had a chip-in and a birdie and Watson achieved two birdies! Low scorers in the seventies were: Meg Feerick, Delores McAleer and Nancy Heffernan (70); Barbara Caramelli and Betty Monahan (71); Pat Livingstone and Mary Ellen Hogan (72); Helen Mele, Marie Campbell, Dottie Dunne and Pam Armour (73); Alice Mateos, Lorraine Pierson and Bea Sharrock (75); Marilyn Danese and Joan Hart (78); and Sheila Donahue and Carol Bayne finished with 79.

Chip-ins are credited to: Donahue, Carol Higgins, Monahan, Hart, Pierson and Livingstone. Pattie Kelly had two chip-ins. Birdies belong to Heffernan and Caramelli. Two ladies scored chip-in birdies: Feerick and Livingstone.

Closest to the pin on #18 was Connie Gallagher and on #10, the honor belongs to Mele. The winner of the "Peggy Wheeler 50/50" was Arlene Crane.

Reminder: The guys and dolls tournament will be held on Thursday, July 23 at Riis Park — shotgun start at 7:45. Betty Weed is collecting checks for $25 per person made out to "Par Tee Golf"; lunch only is $12.50; foursomes can be arranged.

After a golf game, a group of men go into a bar for a drink. They notice a bear walk into this bar in Billings, Montana. The bear sits down.

He bangs on the bar with his paw and demands a beer. "I'm sorry," says the barman, "we don't serve bears beers in bars in Billings." The bear, becoming angry, demands again that he be served a beer. "I'm sorry," said the barman, "we don't serve belligerent bears beers in bars in Billings. "Look," said the bear, "if you don't serve me a beer, I'll go down to the end of the bar and eat that woman." He pointed with a paw. "I'm sorry," said the barman, "but we don't serve belligerent bully bears beers in bars in Billings." The bear goes to the end of the bar, and as promised, eats the woman. He comes back to his seat and again demands a beer.

"I'm sorry," said the barman, "but we don't serve belligerent bully bears on drugs, beers in bars in Billings." "Drugs?" asked the bear. "What do you mean, I'm not on drugs!" "Yes, you are," replied the barman. "That was a barbitchyouate."

God bless. Have a great week!!

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