Par Tee News: Fear And Loathing
“One minute it’s fear and loathing, but hit a couple of good shots and you’re on top of the world. I’ve gone crazy over this game.” – Jack Nicholson
Peg Ansbro had 64. In the seventies were: Marie Campbell (70), Dolores McAleer and Barbara Caramelli (71), Pat Barry (73), Alice Mateos (76), Lorraine Pierson and Joan McNally (77), Nancy Tutolo and Ann Spillane (78) and Pam Armour and Sheila Donohue finished with 79. Birdies belong to Nancy Tutolo and Patti Kelly. Chip-ins were scored by Dolores McAleer, Marie Lopresto and Marilyn Danese. Chip-in bird belongs to Peg Ansbro. Closest to the pin on #10 was Marilyn Danese and on #9 the winner was Dolores McAleer. The winner of the Peggy Wheeler 50/50 was Anne Tobin.
Thursday was the GUYS AND DOLLS TOURNAMENT! I will report on the day’s activities and the winners next week.
One day a priest rushed from church to keep a golf date. He was halfway down the first fairway, waiting to hit his second shot, when he heard “Fore!” and a ball slammed into his back. Soon, the golfer who had made the drive was on the scene to offer his apologies. When the priest assured him that he was all right, the man smiled. “Thank goodness, Father!” he exclaimed. “I’ve been playing this game for forty years, and now I can finally tell my friends that I’ve hit my first holy one!”