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November 04, 1994 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-04

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arilyn Kohen wasn't playing a few holes behind Rob- she reached the eighth hole.
about to let her son bie when he shot his ace. She
Robbie, a sophomore at Bloom-
Robbie hog the spot- heard about it from some field Hills Andover High School
light.
Wabeek condominium residents who plays hockey and baseball
Nearly two months to the day who live along the course when for the Barons, was a member of
after Robbie shot his first hole-
his mother's foursome the day of
in-one in four years of playing
her ace along with West Bloom-
golf, Marilyn carded her first ace
field residents Dr. Michael and
Robbie was a
in 10 years. Ironically, Robbie
Roz Rubin.
member of his
was in her foursome on the big
"Robbie played 18 holes the
day.
day he shot his hole-in-one," Mrs.
mother's foursome Kohen said. "He told me he lost
Both memorable moments
took place this summer at
his concentration after it hap-
on her big day.
Wabeek Country Club in Bloom-
pened and he ended up shooting
field Hills, where
101. He normally
mother and son
scores in the low 90s.
played golf just about
"I remembered
every day.
what happened to
Bloomfield Hills
him and tried not to
residents Bill and
let it happen to me
Marilyn Kohen and
after I had my hole-
their two children —
in-one, even though
Jamie, 18, and Rob-
Robbie kidded me
bie, 15 — have been
that I wouldn't even
members at Wabeek
hit my tee shots well.
for about three years.
"I shot bogeys on
Robbie started his
my last two holes af-
family's hole-in-one
ter my hole-in-one
parade on July 2
and I finished with a
when he aced the
47 for nine holes. I
155-yard eighth hole
shoot 45, 46, 47 fair-
with a 6-iron. His sis-
ly consistently, so I
ter Jamie was in his
was real happy with
foursome.
my round."
"The ball hit 15
Even though Rob-
feet to the left of the
bie was wrong in his
pin and went down
prediction of his
like it had eyes," he
mother's play after
recalled.
her ace, Mrs. Kohen
Mrs. Kohen shot
says her son has
her hole-in-one on
been a big help to her
Sept. 1 at the 116-
on the golf course.
"Robbie is a real
yard 16th hole. She
used a 4-iron.
student of the game,"
"I remember the
she said. "He knows
ball bouncing in front
how to break down
of the green and
E your swing and he
rolling into the hole,"
understands timing
she said.
and mechanics."
Robbie and Marilyn Kohen have the plaques to prove it — they
Mrs. Kohen was each shot a hole-in-one this summer.

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C O M P I L E

AMY SIEGEL finished ninth
in 20:38, helping the Berkley
High School girls cross-country
team place third in a Class A
regional held Oct. 29•at Royal
Oak Kimball and earn a berth
in the state meet.
Also for the Bears, Jennifer
Rose finished 25th in 21:36.
The top three teams at Kim-
ball gained spots in the state
meet, which will be held Satur-

B Y STE'V'E

day in Grand Rapids.

REBECCA ABEL of Bloom-
field Hills Andover High School
finished sixth in the girls race in
the Oakland Activities Associa-
tion Division II meet held Oct.
22 at Bloomer Park in
Rochester.
She was timed in 21:45. An-
dover finished fourth of six
squads in the team standings.

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MELISSA AXNER won two in-
dividual events to lead the West
Bloomfield High School girls
swimming team past Novi 118-
68 on Oct. 20.
Axner captured the 200 IM in
2:22.09 and the 100 backstroke
in 1:04.88.
She also was a member of the
winning 200 and 400 freestyle
relay teams, which were clocked
in 1:44.69 and 3:55.48. Stacey

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