2010-07-16 / Sports

Par Tee Golf: Guys And Dolls Tournament This Thursday

By Peg Ansbro

Golf is the foundation of the most enduring friendships. The many hours spent together in our desperate attempts to break 90 or 100 foster strong ties among us. Or, as some would simply say, “misery loves company.” – Hubert Pedroli.

Eileen Watson and Peg Ansbro share the honors for this week’s best game. Both scored 63. Dolores McAleer finished with 66 and Barbara Caramelli had 69. In the seventies were: Nancy Heffernan (70), Pam Armour (72), Chris Brunner (74), Alice Mateos and Pat Barry (75), MaryEllen Hogan, Meg Feerick, Patti Kelly and Helen Mele (76), Lorraine Pierson (77), and Kate Hanratty and Mary Mahony finished with 79.

Carol Higgins and Peg Ansbro are credited with two birdies each and Chris Brunner and Lorraine Pierson had one. The only chip-in of the day belongs to Helen Mele! Closest to the pin on #18 was Marge Lentnik and on # 9 the winner was Eileen Watson. The Peggy Wheeler 50/50 was won by Nancy Heffernan!

The Guys and Dolls Tournament will be held on July 22. Be at the picnic area of Riis Park at 7:15. Best ballmodified shotgun start begins at 7:45 a.m. Any questions, please call Betty Monahan at 718-945-0013 or Marilyn Higgins at 718-634-6364!

You’re a GOLFaholic if:

…You think that some day you’ll shoot your age, when a more realistic goal would be to shoot your weight!

…You know there’s more to life than golf, but you’re not interested in finding out what it is!

…You quit the game forever, twice a month!

…You think you’re skillful and everybody else is lucky!

…You miss the ball, but still think it was a great swing!

…The new clubs you just bought cost more than your mortgage and car payments combined!

…You can’t break 100 but still think you could give Tiger a few tips!

God Bless. Have a great week!!

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