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June 21, 1985 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-21

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GREEK FOOD

COMPLETE DINNER MENU

• SOUVLAKI • SPINACH PIE • GREEK SALAD • BAKLAVA • RICE PUDDING

CARRY-OUT & CATERING

BY HASKELL COHEN

If Corey Pavin, the number
one Jewish golfer on the pro cir-
cuit, continues to play as he did
the first five months of the cur-
rent year, he may rake in more
than $500,000. Pavin's latest
achievements were to finish in a
tie for second place in the
Kemper Open tournament, and
in a tie for ninth in last week's
U.S. Open in Birmingham, three
shots behind winner Andy
North.
At this point, Pavin's earnings
for the first five months of the
year 1985 come to nearly
$300,000, exceeding his win-
nings for all of 1984.
Pavin, who competed in Is-
rael's Maccabiah Games in
1981, has won but two victories
in his brief Professional Golf
Association Tour career but he
manages to finish in the top ten
almost every time. Four weeks
ago he won the Colonial Na-
tional Invitation Tournament in
Fort Worth, Texas on what is
generally considered one of - the
most difficult courses on the
tour. He broke the course and
tournament record of 268 set by
the great Lee Trevino in 1978.
Pavin is the youngest Colonial
champion and in setting his
course record, came up with a
130 for 36 holes, tied a record of
198 for 54 holes and then went
on to create the new figure. At
25, critics say he is just begin-
ning to come into his own and it
appears likely that he will be-
come the best Jewish golfer of
all time. At the rate he is going
he certainly figures to outreach
the late Herman Barron, who
had been established as the
number one Jewish linksman
over the years. He should place
in the top five among the PGA
money leaders this year.
It is interesting to note that
Amy • Alcott is running fourth
among the women professional
golfers with $123,344 in win-
nings in 1985.

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