Issue of September 10, 2017
     
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Calpotura, Meria rule 108th Baguio Day golf
by Harley F. Palangchao

Chester Calpotura and ErsMeria shared the limelight by finishing with the lowest gross and lowest net, respectively in the 108th Baguio Day and Victory Day golf tournament held at the Baguio Country Club last week.

Calpotura fired a gross of 57 minus his two handicap for a net score of 55 to become champion with the lowest gross while Meria fired 60 less his three handicap for a net score of 57.

Ramir Badua topped the men’s Class A with a net score of 59 while retired police general Manny Obrera and police colonel Johnny Balaki settled for first and second runners up, respectively.

Edwin Macgui-ing had a net of 59 to become champion of class B followed by Andrew Dacyon and Art Bacoco who both have nets of 60 for first and second runners-up, respectively. Whoever has the lower handicap gets the next standing after the champion.

In class C, Councilor Michael Lawana had a net of 59 to rule the division followed by Danny Dangatan with a net of 60 while newcomer Ron Cadiogan placed third in his first ever tournament, also with a net of 60.

Baguio’s most dominant senior golf champion Fred Puckett had a net of 58 to rule the seniors A followed by Episcopalian bishop Joel Pachao and Richard Solang, who has nets of 58 and 60, respectively.

Matt Bawayan dominated the seniors B with a net of 60 followed by Jun Basabica and Fred Bagbagen, who had 60 and 61 respectively.

Beth Patterson was the champion in ladies A with a net of 61 followed by Rachele Julian and Letty Baquilar, who had 62 and 64 in that order.

Lanie Julian topped the ladies B with a net of 65 while Jean Robles and Lulu Uson had 66 and 69, respectively.

The golf tournament, which is an official event of the Charter Day celebrations raised funds for civic projects was organized by the city government of Baguio in coordination with Veterans Bank and with support from government and private sponsors.

 
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