Alta Vista bags 2 titles, Club Filipino makes it back-to-back in PAL Interclub

Alta Vista Golf and Country Club (AVGCC) book a place in history after it bagged two titles, while Club Filipino de Cebu made it back-to-back in the PAL Interclub Men’s regular tournament.

COMEBACK WIN. Alta Vista Golf and Country Club Team 1 erased the two-point lead of Cebu Country Club with a strong showing in the final day.

AVGCC Team 2, made up of Richeli Ho, Ronald Capito, Erick Gica, Jeff Pintac, Archibald Villa, Jeric Abutazil, Sir Cross Abarintos, Jhan Bradlee Uy and Arnold and Anthony Gonzalodo kept its steady play until the final day and closed out with 71, good for 326 points overall and a good 27 ahead of second placer Liloan Golf Club.

Ho and Capito had 19 each, Anthony Gonzalodo had 17 and Gica scored 16.

On the other hand, Liloan finished second thanks to its five-point lead going into round 4 as it closed with 69 points, four less than third-placer Apo Golf. Ramon Morada scored 21, Ian Mantuhac and Eugene Andales had 18 each and Fritz Canono had 12 as Liloan finished with 299, just one ahead of Apo.

In the Aviators Division, AVGCC erased CCC’s overnight lead after closing with 103 points for 425, four ahead of ersthwhile leader CCC.  Weiyu Gao had 32 points, Tae Jung Yun scored 26, Jong Bum Woo had 23 and Charlemagne Yared had 22.

Baltaire Balangauan led CCC with 29, Thomas James Castillo had 24 and Ki Hoon Shin and Dominic Gotiong had 22 each. Zamboanga Golf took third place with 417 points.

In the Sportswriters Division, Club Filipino’s men’s team mirrored its seniors’ counterpart after it won the title with 386 points, a comfortable 24 points clear of second placer South Cotabato.

CONSISTENT. Trailing by two after the first round, Club Filipino took the lead in the second day and kept it until the final round.

Warren Bedell had 27 points, Nilo Seno scored 26, Jovi Neri added 23 and Calvin Gothong scored 22. The other members of Club Filipino are Teodoro Almario (23, 26), Evans Tumaliwan (23, 18), Leonardo Arevalo (16, 15), Hospicio Razon (21, 24), Rolan Alberto (21, 19) and Seung Hyung Baik (23, 25)

In the Championship Division, CCC also bagged a podium after its First Team finished at third place with 498 (126, 130, 120, 122). Mark Dy had a great day with 34 points, Peter Tyler Po had 31, Kyu Ok On scored 29 and Eric Deen scored 28 points.

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