2009-08-28 / Sports

Par-Tee Golf Prepares For Luncheon

By Peg Ansbro

Nothing goes down slower than a golf handicap~~Bobby Nichols.

Top honors in the action that occurred two weeks ago goes to Nancy Heffernan who finished with a 64! In the sixties, also, were Doris Neimeth (66), Marie Campbell (67) and Meg Feerick (68). In the seventies were: Pat Lunny (70), Sheila Donohue (72), Alice Mateos (73), Joanna Beck (74), the duo of Anne Spillane and Pat Livingstone (75), Helen Mele and Lorraine Pierson both had 77 and Pat Kelly finished with 78!

Marie Campbell had a chip-in and a chip-in birdie and Carol Bayne had two chip-ins! Joanna Beck had a chip-in. Chip-in birdies belong to Anne Spillane and Doris Neimeth. Birdies were scored by Sheila Donohue, Cissy Savarese, Barbara Caramelli and Pat Livingstone.

Nearest to the pin on #10 was Pat Livingstone and on #18 the honor belongs to Doris Neimeth. The winner of the "Peggy Wheeler 50/50" was Pat Livingstone!

Just heard some news from Miles Grant in Stuart, Florida, which is a second home to many "Breezies." The Club is offering outstanding membership opportunities. Social, Golf and Tennis memberships are available. It is a wonderful community, has a great golf course, excellent tennis facilities and offers a wonderful variety of social events. Some rentals and sales are available. Contact our own Mary Bosch at 772-924-9030!

REMINDER: "The 27th Annual Closing Luncheon" will be held on Thursday, September 10, at Russos's on the Bay. Payment of $40 is due, payable to Par Tee Golf. There will be brunch after the two tournament days of August 20 and 27 and this will be an opportunity to pay Bea Sharrock for the luncheon. Everyone is invited, especially our former members!

"Wow, caddy! Look at that ball go! About time, too, after five strokes on the tee." "That's not the ball, sir. Your wristwatch." "Caddy, when do I get to use the putter?" "Please, sir, sometime before dark." God Bless. Have a great week!!

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