Southwoods sizzles for 5th PAL Ladies Interclub crown

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5­PEAT CHAMPS. The Manila Southwoods Masters inched Cebu Country Club by four points on the final day of the PAL Ladies Interclub at the Negros Occidental Golf & Country Club, Bacolod. Photo shows the young Southwoods feel the rush after sealing their record 5th championship crown. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

5­PEAT CHAMPS The Manila Southwoods Masters inched Cebu Country Club by four points on the final day of the PAL Ladies Interclub at the Negros Occidental Golf & Country Club, Bacolod. Photo shows the young Southwoods feel the rush after sealing their record 5th championship crown. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

BACOLOD CITY: Manila Southwoods Masters rode on Abegail Arevalo’s 54 points to capture its fifth straight championship in the 10th Philippine Airlines Ladies Interclub Saturday at the Negros Occidental Golf and Country Club course.

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Arevalo, bouncing from a pedestrian 49 points on the opening round, sizzled with six birdies against two bogeys for a tournament best four­under par 68.

“I was very disappointed with my play in the first round, but I knew I could play much better.

Today, I proved it,” said Arevalo who won two international tournaments this year.

The final day charge also earned Arevalo the individual title, edging Lois Kaye Go via countback. Both finished with 107 points.

Southwoods, two points ahead at the start of the day, again outscored CCC by two points in the final round to finish the event with 559 points, four points clear of CCC. The other scorers were Maria Sofia Chabon 50, Loralie Roberto 46, Annika Guangko 44, Missy Legaspi 43 and Ong 40.

Go had 53 points as CCC scored 279 points. Other players who counted for CCC were Junia
Gabasa 52, Mary Kim Hong 51, Crystal Faith Neri 46, Josephine Siguan 39 and Riko Nagai 38. Alabang Country Club and Valley Golf Club won the Founders and Sportswriters divisions in overpowering fashions while Lady Eagles Australia topped the Friendship class.

ACC put together rounds of 219 and 253 to finish with 472 points, 26 points clear of Camp
Aguinaldo. Manila Golf settled for third place. Valley, on the other hand, posted a similar 26­point win over NOGCC after totalling 452 points. Bacolod placed third with 407.

The event was sponsored by the Mareco Broadcasting Network (Crossover), Travelife, Business Mirror, Airbus, Splash Philippines, Wealth Inc. and East Gate Publication.

The final results:

Championship: Manila Southwoods 559, 278­281 (A. Arevalo 58, M. Chabon 50, L. Roberto 46, A. Guangko 44, S. Legaspi 43, M. Ong 40); Cebu 555, 276­ 279 (L. Go 53, J. Gabasa 52, M. Hong 51, C. Neri 46, J. Siguan 39, Riko Nagai 38)

Founders: Alabang 472, 219­253 (M. Garcia 47, M. Gorres 46, R. Horan 44, E. Jang 41, C. Popp 38, M. Reyes 37) Camp Aguinaldo 446, 209­237 (J. Agripa 45, R. Alcantara 41, A. Lobangco 40, E. Robas 39, M. Salivio 37, J. Untal 35) Manila Golf 405, 197­208 (C. Crowdey 43, L. Lorenzo 43, C. Naidoo 35, L. Tabuena 33, K. Yang 29, M. Yuchengco 25) Del Monte 397, 189­208 (M. Aparilla 45, L. Coy 41, R. Langamin 36, A. Minoza 30, M. Minoza 30, M. San Miguel 21)

Sportswriters: Valley 452, 228­224 (M. Fregil 45, I. Marivite 44, I. Del Rosario 40, E. Apuhin 35, B. Del Rosario 33, M. Galang 27); Negros Occidental 426, 204­222 (G. Monfort 46, B. Limjap 42, J. Reyes 37, M. Lustre 35, E. House 32, M. Broad 30); Bacolod 407, 196­211 (M. Golez 47, J. Pagunsan 39, M. Cho 33, C. Luceno 32,C. Silva 30, M. De Asis 30); Rancho Palos Verdes 398, 188­212 (G. Bokawachi 43, M. Jo 40, Y. Chon 38, Y. Kim 35, C. Powell 30, O. Park 26); Eagle Ridge 391, 190­201 (E. Hernandez 39, L. Patricio 35, J. Cho 34, S. Park 32, E. Goble 31, A. Dizon 30)

Friendship: Lady Eagles Australia 447, 227­220 (Z. Ticehurst 46, J. Widarma 45, M. Martin 44, P. Keogh 34, D. Horan 27, E. Wong 24); Davao 428, 200­228 (V. Hermiston 43, E. Quinsay 40, R. Antivo 38, S. Barnes 37, J. Vergara 37, J. Balbuena 33); Apo 398, 196­202 (R. Sara 39, A. Nagayo 38, M. Singson 36, I. Garcia 30, R. Nagayo 30, L. Crisologo 29); Ilo­ilo 354, 168­186 (I. Ladores 35, M. Rivera 35, A. Cacho 32, C. Yap 31, K. Cho 27, C. Querubin 26); Wack Wack 349, 170­179 (R. Heo 38, F. Imperial 33, M. Dimson 31, M. Tan 28, M. Caparros 26, E. Chua 23); Pueblo de Oro 324, 162­162 (M. Carmichael 36, C. Jeun Go 31, R. Inson 29, G. Optiz 23, T. Soltaria 23, C. Lastimosa 20); Victorias 309, 151­158 (C. Capay 31, C. Arceo 27, R. Verdeflor 27, M. Benedicto 25, M. Mendell 25, L. Rizzo 23)

 

 

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