Three very pious Jews dressed in long black coats with long beards were playing golf.
A guy name Mulhaney wanted to play golf and this was the only threesome in which he could play.
So, he joins the rabbis and plays 18 holes. At the end of the 18 holes, his score was 104. The rabbis had shot 69, 70 and 72. So, he says to the rabbis, “How come you guys shoot such good golf?”
The head rabbi says, “When you lead a religious life, and attend the right synagogue, you are rewarded.” Mulhaney, a true lover of golf, thinks: “What have I got to lose?” He converts to Judaism, joins a synagogue near his home, attends services regularly and leads a holy life.
About a year later, he again plays golf with the three rabbis. He shoots a 104 and they shoot a 69, 70 and 71. He says to them, “OK, I converted, I joined a synagogue, I observe the commandments and I still shoot a 104. What’s the deal?”
“What synagogue did you join?” asks the head rabbi.
“Beth Shalom” is Mulhaney’s reply.
The rabbi retorted: “Schmuck, that one is for tennis!”