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1,230 par busters see action in 65th Fil–Am tourney
Harley F. Palangchao

Close to 1,230 par busters from 235 teams will vie for titles as the 65th edition of the Fil-Am Invitational Golf Tournament fires off at the Baguio Country Club and Camp John Hay fairways on Nov. 22.

The biggest amateur golf tournament in Asia Pacific will present 244 players for the seniors division with 1,018 seeing action in the regulars of the event backed by San Miguel Corp.

Overall event chair Anthony de Leon and Tim Allen of CJH Golf Club said tournament proper for seniors and regular flights F, G, and H starts on Nov. 22 following ceremonial tee-off rites at the two fairways.

Tournament proper for the seniors and three regular flights continues until Nov. 27 to be followed by awarding rites on the same date at BCC.

Tournament proper for regulars CH, A, B, C, D, and E fires off Dec. 1 until Dec. 6 to be capped by awarding rites on the same date at CJH.

This year, Megafiber is set to defend its senior’s Fil championship after taking the title from a three-year reign with Camp John Hay team.

Mizuno Superstars, meanwhile, emerged champion in the premier Fil championship with 504 points against second placer, Team Sparta, which collected 472 points and third placer Manila Southwoods with 457 points.

Tonton Asistio of Team Sparta was the highest individual scorer in Fil-A with 135 points against Mizuno’s King Stehmeier who fired 129 points.

Che’lus 1 topped the premier Am Championship with 447 points against second placer Batangas Barakos with 435 points and Mizuno Superstar 2 with 428 points.




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