65th PAL Interclub Winners

25 02 2012

Another year and another successful staging of the countries most prestigious and longest running inter golf club tournament, the Philippine Airlines (PAL) Interclub. Here are the winners of the 65th staging of the event:

Seniors

Championship Division:

Winner: Canlubang 571

First Runner-up: Luisita 568

2nd Runner-up: Cebu Country Club 566

Founder’s Division:

Winner: Manila Golf 523

First Runner-up: APO Golf 523

2nd Runner-up: Eagle Ridge 515

Friendship Division:

Winner: Club Intramuros 442

First Runner-up: Fil-am Florida 389

2nd Runner-up: Southbay 284

Sportswriter’s Division:

Winner: Fil-Am Hawaii 479

First Runner-up: Davao 473

2nd Runner-up: Chamorro 472

Men’s

Championship Division:

Winner: Cebu Country Club 507

First Runner-up: Del Monte 499

2nd Runner-up: Alabang 493

Founder’s Division:

Winner: Wack-Wack 476

First Runner-up: Orchard 461

2nd Runner-up: Negros 445

Friendship Division:

Winner: Autral-Asian 303

First Runner-up: Fil-am Hawaii 284

2nd Runner-up: PGA British Columbia 282

Sportswriter’s Division:

Winner: Camp John Hay 411

First Runner-up: Eagle Ridge 388

2nd Runner-up: Mt. Malindang 387

Congratulations to the winners, participants, organizers, and sponsors!





Aboitiz Invitational: Davaoeños dominate Day 1

1 09 2011

Cebu City, Philippines – The Aboitiz Invitational 2011 held at Cebu Country Club is starting to look like an all-Davaoeno show as men from Davao occupy the top 3 places. Arnold Villacencio opened with a 69 to lead other bets in the opening round of this Asian Development Tour leg. A fellow golfer from Davao in Marvin Dumandan occupy the 2nd spot with an even par-70.

Fellow Davaoenos Jay Bayron, Cassius Casas, Edgar Ababa and Elmer Salvador is in the 3rd spot along Antonio Asistio with 71. Tony Mansuwan of Thailand and Jonathan Moore of USA are the best placed foreigners scoring 72 in the first round of this $65,000 event.

Many struggled in the greens although the golfers from Davao are feeling at home in Cebu. People should expect better scores in the coming rounds as the Pros start adjust their games with the course.