Par Tee Golf : Closing Luncheon News
The low score for last week’s golf action belongs to Peg Ansbro with a 64. Both Barbara Caramelli and Eileen Watson tied with 67. In the 70s were: the duo of Chris Brunner and Alice Mateos finished with 70 and Nancy Heffernan and MaryEllen Hogan finished with 71. Betty Weed (73), and the trio of Helen Mele, Marge Lentnek and Pat Kelly (74); Jane Higgins and Marilyn Higgins (75) and Pam Armour (77). Chip-in birds were scored by Ann Tobin and Peg Ansbro.
Birdies belong to Barbara Caramelli, Chris Brunner, MaryEllen Hogan and Peg Ansbro. And the following finished with chip-ins: Mary Powers, Marilyn Higgins and Marilyn Danese. Closest to the pin on #18 was Chris Brunner with a score of 26 inches!
The winner on #10 was MaryEllen Hogan with a distance of 8 feet, 7½ inches.
The winner of the Peggy Wheeler 50/50 was Jo Sullivan.
The last official game takes place this week. The Par Tee tournament begins on Thursday, August 25 and continues to the next week.
Remember, this is a two day tourna ment and you can improve your score on the second round – in other words it is the better-scoring game of two. Play begins at 7:45. You can pick your own foursome BUT be sure and have someone else calculate your score.
If you can play only one of the two weeks that is acceptable – just come and enjoy!
Our closing luncheon will be held on Thursday, September 15 at Russo’s on the Bay.
The co-chairladies, Betty Weed, Carol Smyth and Nancy Heffernan, are looking for donations.
Please contact them with your gift. Checks should be made out to Par Tee Golf: $40 for members and $50 for guests.
Lorraine Pierson has made arrangements for us to return to the Catholic Club after play on the tournament days so checks can be brought at that time. Remember: when making up your table, please limit the number to eight per table!!
We need someone to volunteer to be president next year. Lorraine Pierson and Patti Kelly have done commendable work now for two years, so please think about accepting this challenge and remember there are many others who will help out!!!
“Mildred, shut up” cried the golfer at his nagging wife. “Shut up or you’ll drive me out of my mind.” “That,” snapped Mildred, “wouldn’t be a drive … that would be a gimme putt.” God Bless. Have a great week!