Closing Luncheon Ends Par Tee Golf Season
Well, our co-chairpersons, Nancy Heffernan and Pat Barry, certainly applied this concept as they organized the closing luncheon at Russo’s on the Bay. The food was delicious, the service perfect, the liquid refreshment flowing and the ambiance was beautiful! The pocketbooks for each lady were filled with all kinds of goodies, and were also unique and useful. Well done, ladies! Thanks to all your efforts it was a great day!!
And a round of applause goes to Eileen Watson who acted as the emcee and did all the handicapping! The planning, coordinating and execution of all the awards were fabulous!! Many thanks to Eileen for her gift as a storyteller and her expertise at the microphone!
Now to the awards: Regarding the Emily Basher Memorial Tournament there was a tie for the low gross winner … the honor belongs to Nancy Heffernan and Peg Ansbro (58). There was also a tie for low net winner and the title belongs to Pat Barry and Joan Mc- Nally (45).
Flight A: (Handicap 8-18) Low Gross: (63) Meg Ferrick and Eileen Watson; Low Net: (52) Chris Brunner and Sheila Donahue; Flight B: (Handicap 19-24); Low Gross: (74), Helen Mele; Low Net: (48) Marilyn Danese; Flight C: (Handicap 25 and higher); Low Gross (79) Eileen Witzgall; Low Net (55) Barbara Caramelli; Closest to the Pin: August 19 – #10 Lorraine Pierson and on #18 Patti Kelly; August 16 – #10 Marilyn Danese and on #18 Meg Ferrick.
SEASON AWARDS: HOLE–IN-ONE
— Dottie Dunne (May 27, hole #3):
LOW SEASON GAME: (63) – Eileen
Watson, Nancy Heffernan, Marie
Campbell, Peg Ansbro.
LOW SEASON HANDICAP —Eileen
MOST CHIP-INS: Peg Ansbro (4)
MOST BIRDIES: Nancy Heffernan (7)
OVERALL MOST IMPROVED: Pat
Barry — (31 percent)
MOST IMPROVED IN FLIGHT:
Flight A: Barbara Caramelli (17 percent);
Flight B: Nancy Tutolo (11 percent);
Flight C: Ann Tobin (22 percent)
BEST ATTENDANCE: Barbara Caramelli
Congratulations to all the winners. As Eileen Watson said, “Everyone was a winner.” Many thanks go to our copresidents, Lorraine Pierson and Patti Kelly, whose tireless work, leadership, effort and dedication are very much appreciated. And they are going to do it again next year!!
Fred got home from his Sunday round of golf later than normal and very tired. “Bad day at the course?” his wife asked. “Everything was going fine,” he said. “Then Harry had a heart attack and died on the 10th tee.” “Oh, how awful!” “You’re not kidding. For the whole back nine it was hit the ball, drag Harry, hit the ball, drag Harry.”
Hope the season doesn’t “drag” for you! God Bless and have a safe, happy and healthy year!!