Issue of June 9, 2019
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Singson, Aoyong clinch 1st Fil-Am jungolf titles
by Harley F. Palangchao

FIL-AM JUNGOLF CHAMPS -- Junior golfers Ma. Rafael Singson and Baguio’s own Rafael Antonio Aoyong led the roster of champions in the first Fil-Am Junior Golf Tournament held at Camp John Hay and Baguio Country Club last week. -- Harley Palangchao

Rising female junior golfer Ma. Rafaela G. Singson dominated the inaugural Fil-Am Junior Golf Tournament in Baguio with style by scoring 103 points, while Baguio boy Rafael Antonio Aoyong topped the premier Fil A division last week.

Singson, of the Carmona-based The Country Club fired 54 Molave points at Camp John Hay on day one and fired another 49 points at the challenging Baguio Country Club fairways on day two for a total of 103 points to win the Fil B crown and recorded the highest score in all divisions.

Singson’s teammates Arnie Pauline Taguines and Faustina Laurea Duque, who also played in Fil B, which was the division for 15 to 16 years old golfers, placed second and third with total scores of 100 and 97, respectively.

The top spot for the Fil A division, the group for 17 to 18 years old golfers was a battle for two Baguio boys – Aoyong and Anthony Garcia II, with the former emerging as champion with 80 points.

Aoyong fired 41 points on day one and 39 on day two while Garcia had 37 and 38 for 75 points while You Seongbin placed third with 35 points.

Samantha Dizon won the Fil C crown for 13 to 14 years old with 98 points followed by Tyler Phoenix Zamuco and Melchor Carlos Rabanes II with 80 and 68 points, respectively.

Zhan Pocholo Medina won the Am A division for 11 to 12 years old with 74 points followed by Charles Limcaco with 66 points.

Lance Christian Sab-it, a self-taught golfer from Mankayan, Benguet representing Lepanto National High School placed third, also with 66 points.

The Am B for nine to 10 years old was topped by Alexander Rajah Crisostomo with 73 points followed by Sebastian Pastor Saycon and Zyrah Florianne De Leon with 30 and 26 points, respectively.

Aenzo Andrei Sulaik fired 91 points to win the Am C division for seven to eight years old while Israel Bantales and Lance Shealtiel Ang scored 45 and eight points for second and third place, respectively.

Organized by the Fil-Am Golf Foundation, the tournament aims to discover Filipino junior golfers, who will soon represent the country in international competitions.

Fil-Am Golf Foundation runs the annual Fil-Am Invitational Golf Tournament, the longest and biggest amateur golf event in the Asia-Pacific rim.

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