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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-04-11

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44 April 11 • 2013

Steve Stein

Contributing Writer

t's tee-off time for the new B'nai
B'rith golf league.
Organizer Gary Klinger, athletic
chair for the B'nai B'rith Great Lakes
Region, said enough golfers have signed
up to get the league started Thursday,
April 18, but he's hoping for more.
"Twelve people have committed:' he
said. "I expect we'll have more than that
because there's a lot of interest. There's
room for 28 golfers. My goal is to have
Klinger said he sent out a blast email
last week to about 700 B'nai B'rith
members, hoping to generate more buzz
about the league.
Golfers will play on Thursdays for
16 weeks at Fox Hills Golf and Banquet
Center in Plymouth. Tee times for the
nine-hole rounds will start at 5:10 p.m.
Two-man teams will face each other,
playing in a foursome. The lowest score
will win. Each golfer will have a handi-
cap, which will be determined during
the first two weeks of play. Competition
will start the third week.
"Handicaps can change from week to
week:' said Klinger, who is considering
breaking the season into two halves and
looking for prizes that will be awarded
during and at the end of the season.
Cost is $21 per person per week, not
including golf cart rental. The first week
is free.
"That's not a huge amount of money:'
Klinger said. "Fox Hills is a good course,
and it's only about a half-hour from the
West Bloomfield-Farmington Hills area:'
Golfers interested in joining the league
should contact Klinger at (248) 229-1816
or gkslurpee@gmail.com . B'nai B'rith
membership is mandatory to play.
In other B'nai B'rith sports news:
Downtown Fox (7-1) led the way with
one week left in the regular season in
the basketball league. Pisgah-Zeiger
(6-2), Brotherhood (2-6) and Great
Lakes Region (1-7) followed the leader.
Semifinals and championship game
will be played Sunday, April 21, at the
Jewish Community Center in West
Downtown Fox will face Great Lakes
Region and Pisgah-Zeiger will battle
Brotherhood in the semifinals, with the
winners playing for the title.
The softball league will get under way
on either Sunday, May 12 or 19, at Drake

Sports Park in West Bloomfield. Teams
are still welcome. Contact Gary Klinger
(see above).

Walk On To Star
Four years ago, Marni Weinstein earned a
spot on the Grand Valley State University
women's golf team as a walk-on.
Coach Rebecca
Mailloux saw something
in the former Walled
Lake Western High
School standout during
tryouts that convinced
her that Weinstein had
the potential to help the
team. Weinstein is now
a senior and a team
leader both on and off the golf course.
She's the only active senior on the Grand
Valley roster because the other senior is
She's dropped her stroke average from
84.3 as a sophomore to 81.86 as a junior
and 80.46 this season. She was named to
the All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference Second Team last year.
"Coming on as a walk-on, I've
always felt that I had to prove myself;
Weinstein told Grand Valley Lantern
student newspaper reporter Bryce
Derouin. "Being where I am now, I feel I
have proven myself"


Hall Doors Open
The big day is drawing closer for
Farmington Hills resident Richard
Bernstein, who will be inducted into the
National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in
Commack, N.Y., on Sunday, April 21.
Blind since birth,
Bernstein has com-
pleted 17 marathons.
One was during an
Ironman competi-
tion in Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho, where he did a
2.4-mile swim, 112-
mile bicycle ride and
26.2-mile marathon
with the help of a
guide in 14 hours and 36 minutes.
The other 2013 Hall of Fame inductees
are weightlifter David Berger, one of 11
Israeli Olympians killed by Palestinian
terrorists at the 1972 Munich Olympics;
gymnast Aly Raisman; basketball player
Steve Bilsky; boxer Boyd Melson; and
lacrosse player Bruce Cohen.

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