2011-08-05 / Community

Par Tee Golf: Scorching Day On The Links

By Lorraine Pierson


Shown in the picture from left to right are the ParTee ladies having birdies or chip-ins on July 28. Marilyn Danese, Kathleen Joyce, Jo Sullivan, Doris Neimeth, Eileen Watson and Pam Armour. Not shown is Peg Ansbro. Shown in the picture from left to right are the ParTee ladies having birdies or chip-ins on July 28. Marilyn Danese, Kathleen Joyce, Jo Sullivan, Doris Neimeth, Eileen Watson and Pam Armour. Not shown is Peg Ansbro. July 28 was another hot day on the links at Riis Park for the 23 golfers who played. The weather certainly did not hamper their scores as 13 ladies out of the 23 shot in the 60s and 70s.

Congrats to the leader for the day, Doris Neimeth, who had a 61 with a chip-in birdie on #11, followed by Eileen Watson (65) and Nancy Heffernan, Marilyn Danese and Peg Ansbro (66). We also had a non-member guest, Delle Langhans, who came in with a 69. Other scores included Mary Ellen Hogan (71), Lorraine Pierson and Pam Armour (72), Alice Mateos (74), Jo Sullivan and Helen Mele (76) and Marge Lentnek (78).

Also in the birdie department was Jo Sullivan on #11, Peg Ansbro and Pam Armour on #10, Eileen Watson on #18, and Marilyn Danese on #3 with a chipin on #7. Katheen Joyce also had a chipin on #16. Good job ladies.

Back at the Catholic Club, the girls thoroughly enjoyed the much needed air conditioning and great repast provided by Margaret Bambury. The winner of the Peggy Wheeler 50/50 was Marge Lentnek. Our last day of regulation golf game is August 18 and the Emily Basher Tournament will be held on August 25 and September 1.

This is really a fun tournament and you get to use your best score for each hole for the two weeks as your final tournament score. Tournament awards as well as season awards will be given out at our annual luncheon on Thursday, September 15 at noon at Russo’s on the Bay. So get your reservations into chairladies: Betty Weed, Nancy Heffernan and Carol Smythe. Cost of the luncheon is $40 for paid up members.

A blonde golfer goes into the pro shop and looks around, frowning. Finally the pro asks her what she wants. “I can’t find any green golf balls,” the blonde golfer complains.

The pro looks all over the shop, and through all the catalogs, and finally calls the manufacturers and determines that, sure enough, there are no green golf balls.

As the blonde golfer walks out the door in disgust, the pro asks her, “Before you go, could you tell me why you want green golf balls?” “Well obviously, because they would be so much easier to find in the sand traps!”

Have a great day!

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