Par Tee Golf: Guys And Dolls Tournament Registration Begins
A good drive on the 18th hole has stopped many a golfer from giving up the game!!
The low score for last week’s action belongs to Marie Campbell who scored 64. The Kearney sisters, MaryEllen Hogan and Eileen Watson, tied with a 65. Meg Feerick finished with 66, Peg Ansbro with 67 and Nancy Heffernan with 68. In the seventies: Barbara Caramelli and Doris Neimeth both had 70, Joan McNally (71), Alice Mateos and Marge Lentnek (74), Sheila Donahue and Dottie Dunne (75), Carol Bayne, Chris Brynner and Patti Kelly (76), Bernice Carroll and Pam Armour (77), Nancy Tutolo and Jo Sullivan (78), and the trio of Kay Miller, Lorraine Pierson and Anne Tobin finished with 79.
Chip-ins were made by Marie Campbell, Mary Powers, Marie Heffernan, Helen Mele, Marilyn Danese and Maureen McGuire. Meg Feerick is credited with two birdies and Eileen Watson and Alice Mateos had one each. Chip-in birdies belonged to Sheila Donahue and Peg Ansbro.
Closest to the pin on # 10 was Marilyn Danese and on #18 the winner was Meg Feerick. The Peggy Wheeler 50/50 was won by Mary Timmins.
The Chairladies for the Guys and Dolls Tournament, Marilyn Higgins and Betty Monahan, would like to announce that this year’s event will be held on Thursday, July 22. Everyone should meet at the picnic area in Riis Park at 7:15 a.m. … shot gun start is at 7:45. Price is $25.00 for golf and lunch and $15.00 just for lunch! Get your foursomes together and bring checks made out to “Par Tee Golf” on Thursday.
One of the original members of the Par Tees passed away on Monday, June 28 in Stuart, Florida. Her name was Dottie Chandler!! She was my hero, the personification of class and as close to perfect as a human being can be … everyone loved her! She was one in a million and we shall not see her like again. She lives on in my heart! Condolences can be sent to her younger daughter: Ms. Patricia Chandler Seawell, 1245 San Mateo Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94024. Patti will share the messages with her sister, Kathleen Quinn, who lives in San Jose, California and her brother, Robert (Bob) Chandler, Jr., of Monterey, Mexico.
Earl addressed the ball and took a magnificent swing but somehow, something went wrong and a horrible slice resulted. The ball went onto the adjoining fairway and hit a man full force. He dropped! Earl and his partner ran up to the stricken victim who lay unconscious with the ball between his feet. “Good heavens” exclaimed Earl, “what shall we do?”
“Don’t move him,” said his partner. “If we leave him here he becomes an immovable obstruction and you can either play the ball as it lies or take a two club length drop.” God Bless. Have a good week!!