2011-06-10 / Sports

Par Tee Golf News: The Ladies Return

By Peg Ansbro

To paraphrase Peter, Paul and Mary, Where Have All the Ladies Gone??? On May 26, only 19 ladies were in attendance and on June 2 the total was 16!

Come on out …the weather is beautiful and the golf course is in good condition. Golf play starts at 7:45 at Riis Park.

You need to bring $10 for the golf admission and fifty cents for chip-ins. At the Catholic Club tickets for the 50/50 are 3 for $2.00. After golf was completed, we returned to the Catholic Club for food and conversation! Thanks to Carol Bayne for setting up and procuring the food and coffee!

The results for the week of May 26 are as follows: Peg Ansbro had 67 and those in the 70s were: Dolores McAleer (70), Patti Kelly (72), Barbara Caramelli (73), Chris Brunner (74), Ann Spillane (76), Helen Mele (77), and Marilyn Higgins (79). Kate Hanratty and Dottie Dunne had chip-ins. Helen Mele had a chip-in and a birdie. Bernice Carroll had two chip-ins.

The results for June 2: Peg Ansbro had 64. In the 70s were: Dolores McAleer (73), Marilyn Higgins and Alice Mateos both had 77 and Betty Weed scored 78. Marilyn Danese and Peg Ansbro had two chip-ins. Lorraine Pierson had a birdie and Peg Ansbro had a chip-in bird.

REMINDER: Guys and Dolls tournament is Thursday, July 21. Get your foursomes together; and if needed we will supply partners. There is an 8 a.m. shotgun start and the format is a scramble. Betty Monahan and Marilyn Higgins are co-chairing the event.

I told my friend…this morning I waded across a raging river, escaped from a bear in the woods, marched up and down a mountain, stood in a patch of poison ivy, crawled out of quicksand, and climbed up an enormous tree! …My friend said, “You must be some outdoorsman!” “No,” I replied, “I’m just a lousy golfer.”

God Bless. Have a great week!

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