2012-07-06 / Sports

Par Tee Golf News

By Peg Ansbro

Golf is the perfect thing to do on Sunday because you always end up praying a lot! A good golf partner is one who’s always slightly worse than you!

Dolores McAleer had the best score with a 66. And the trio of Pam Armour, Marie Campbell and Eileen Watson had 68 each. Doris Neimeth scored a 69. In the seventies were: the trio of Jane Donnelly Higgins, Nancy Heffernan and Alice Mateos (70), Betty Weed and Patti Kelly (71), Carol Bayne (74), Joan Fallon (75) Marilyn Danese (76), and Carol Higgins and Lorraine Pierson scored 79. WOW! The ladies were hot... we had six chip-ins, six birdies and one chip-in birdie.

The chip-ins belong to Jane Donnelly Higgins, Carol Higgins, Mary Powers, Kathleen Joyce and Liz Cameron. Marilyn Danese and Maureen Biesty both obtained two chip-ins!! Birdies went chirping to Theresa McKeever and Dolores McAleer. Marie Campbell and Carol Bayne finished with two birdies. The only chip-in birdie belongs to Eileen Watson. Congratulations to all on their wonderful accomplishment. The winner of the Peggy Wheeler 50/50 was Mary Powers.

Many thanks to Anthony Rodriguez and his staff for the wonderful golf lesson which was attended by 20 Par Tee ladies. The participants all agreed that the staff was very accommodating and reinforced their driving and putting skills. Anthony is the PGA Director of Golf at the Brooklyn Golf Course on Flatbush Avenue. He gives individual and group instruction with video analysis. Snacks and refreshments afterward at the Bungalow Bar in Rockaway Park were sponsored by Jane Donnelly Higgins of Edward Jones and Belinda NTI of Genworth Financial. Our thanks to both for their generosity and thoughtfulness!

A golfer accidently overturned his cart. Elizabeth, a “beautiful” real golfer who lived in a villa on the golf course heard the noise and yelled to him, “Hey, are you okay, what’s your name?” “Willis,” he replied. “Willis forget your troubles. Come to my villa, rest up and I’ll help you get the cart up later.” “That’s mighty nice of you,” Willis answered,” but I don’t think my wife would like it.” “Aw come on,” Elizabeth insisted. She was very pretty and persuasive. “Well okay,” Willis finally agreed, and added, “but my wife won’t like it.” After a hearty drink AND driving and putting lessons, Willis thanked his host. “I feel a lot better now, but I know my wife is going to be upset.”

“Don’t be foolish!” Elizabeth said with a smile, she won’t know anything. By the way, where is she?” “Under the cart!”

God Bless. Have a great week!

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